Travel by bus to South Tyrol

Quick and comfortable travel to South Tyrol by long-distance bus.

Comfortable travel by bus to South Tyrol

Travel to South Tyrol from your doorstep without annoying changes. Your holiday begins the moment you depart.

Travel with the FlixBus bus companies to South Tyrol
The FlixBus bus companies travel eight times a day from Munich and four times a day from Berlin and Innsbruck to Vipiteno/Sterzing, Bolzano/Bozen and Merano/Meran with stops along the route. The Zentraler Omnibusbahnhof Munich (ZOB, central bus terminal) is the long-distance bus network’s main hub. Passengers can connect from here to all points in Germany. The FlixBus companies also travel daily from Milan, Rome and Trento to Bolzano with stops along the route.

Travel direct to your accommodation with Alto Adige Transfer
Alto Adige Transfer will pick you up at a FlixBus bus stop and take you directly to your South Tyrolean holiday accommodation. At the end of your holiday the service will also take you back to the bus stop.

Travel with Ouibus to South Tyrol
Get here from Paris, Lyon and Marseille to Milan with Ouibus and continue on to South Tyrol with FlixBus.

Do you want to travel without luggage or have your luggage stored in South Tyrol?
Insam Express will deliver your luggage to South Tyrol. Your luggage will be picked up directly from your home by a courier service and delivered to the location of your choice. Basecamp Dolomites, located at Bolzano/Bozen train station, will store your luggage or have it taken to your accommodation in South Tyrol.

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In South Tyrol environmentally friendly bus and train travel is a top priority. South Tyrol also has a long tradition of easy access by cable car to high lying villages or up into mountains. Bus and...
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