Getting to Bressanone - How to get to Bressanone and its holiday villages

Your journey to Bressanone and its holiday villages

Easily reached with all forms of transport

Arrival by car
From the North take the Brenner motorway via Innsbruck and the Brenner Pass (exit Bressanone-Nord/Val Pusteria) directly into the holiday region Bressanone and its holiday villages.
From the South leave the Brenner motorway in Chiusa/Val Gardena and then continue northbound on the national road for approx. 15 km

Arrival by train
All IC and EC trains on the Innsbruck - Brenner- Verona line stop in Bressanone. From the railway station in Bressanone various shuttle services take you to the villages in our holiday region, depending on your destination every hour or several times a day.

Arrival by plane

The nearest airports are Innsbruck (85 km) and Verona Villafranca (approx.190 km). There is an all-year around bus transfer from the low cost airports of Bergamo, Verona, Venice and Treviso to South Tyrol.
By train to Bressanone
By train to Bressanone
The German and the Austrian railways DB and ÖBB take you quickly and comfortably to South Tyrol. Every day there are several direct connections to Bressanone in the heart of South Tyrol. From Munich modern Eurocity trains run 5 times a day directly to Bressanone. The journey takes 31/2 hours.
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Mobility on holiday
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