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How to reach us

By car, bus, train or plane: The choice is yours

Is your holiday to South Tyrol just around the corner? Then the time is right to decide on the best way to arrive safely. Situated at the crossroads of the north and south, you can get to our province without detours. Whether you use the cable cars to ascend from the valley to the mountain or take the train or bus to explore the area, your on-site mobility is guaranteed. Pack your bags, we’ll welcome you with open arms.

How do I get to South Tyrol?

Take the train via the Brenner Pass or fly over the mountains. South Tyrol has never been so easy to reach - even without a car. Our province is well connected to its neighbours. Plan your sustainable journey today!

Choose your favourite accommodation

Step out from the hotel into the bustling city's streets or wake up with a mountain view in a king size bed. How about some wellness or a guided tour? The best part is, you can get to your desired destination without a car.

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The last mile to the accommodation

Not organised a transfer yet? Shuttle bus service providers are listed here.

Are you keen to take the railway, bus or cable car to South Tyrol? We are extremely well linked to our neighbouring countries via railway. In addition, various airlines land in close proximity to South Tyrol or in Bolzano/Bozen itself. At the same time, travelling by bus is become more and more popular. The last mile to your accommodation is also part of good travel planning and is an essential element when it comes to having a relaxing journey. Those who think about the transfer already at home will arrive at their destination even more efficiently.

For your trip to South Tyrol, you can rely on our professional transfer services: Regular shuttle buses connect the train stations and long-distance bus stops in South Tyrol with your accommodation and will even bring you back to your departure point. Landing in Innsbruck or at Munich airport? Again, you can book your transfer through a local provider. Find out about our offers here.


Restricted traffic zone in South Tyrol

Locations such as the Pragser Wildsee lake or the Three Peaks in the Dolomites are amongst the most popular hotspots in South Tyrol's and are accordingly busy. Using the shuttle bus instead of your own car is part of the sustainable transport philosophy of these places. Learn how to navigate in restricted traffic zones here.

Pragser Wildsee lake
Three Peaks
Schlern Nature Park

Sustainable travel in South Tyrol

Travel through the province in an environmentally friendly way. Maintain your fair carbon footprint. It’s possible in South Tyrol. After all, as the most sustainable place to live in all of Europe, we rely on low-emission transportation. This results in great added value for our guests.

Customs regulations

The following are the rules for importing and exporting goods to Italy

Are you sure you don't have anything to declare? As a member of the European Union, travellers to South Tyrol in Italy are principally allowed to carry goods freely and without customs fees or formalities. However, the right to free movement within the EU does not allow all goods to be freely imported or exported to Italy in unlimited quantities.  Many goods must be declared to customs or cannot be imported into or exported from Italy. Find out in advance what goods are allowed in order to avoid unpleasant surprises at airports or borders.

All the essential information on export regulations currently in force, as well as useful tips for travellers, can be found on the website of the Customs and Monopolies Agency (ADM) (in Italian and English only).

Frequently asked questions (FAQs)

If you are arriving from Germany via the Brennerautobahn motorway to South Tyrol, you will need a Vignette toll sticker (toll fee) for the Austrian section of the route. 

For a single trip, the route toll for entering South Tyrol on the Brenner motorway is EUR 10.50.  

Traffic on South Tyrol's roads greatly depends on how much holiday traffic there is during a given period. For a relaxed journey, it is best to inform yourself in good time about the current traffic situation and available parking spaces.

Many Dolomite passes are open only in summer, while other are open year round. The tops of passes are also easy to reach without a car. For a sustainable journey, head by bus, on foot, with a bike or via cable car.