How to get to the holiday region

Positioned in the heart of Europe, South Tyrol has a good train network, with connecting trains from the Austrian Federal Railways (ÖBB)Italian Trenitalia, as well as Deutsche Bahn (DB).
Once in South Tyrol, DB/ÖBB train travelers can use the ‘Anschlussticket Südtirol’, a ticket that allows travelling with public transportation to get from the train station to their accommodation and vice versa on their day of arrival/departure.
All IC and EC trains stop at Brixen station. Regional trains also stop at Klausen and Waidbruck-Lajen station.
> Train connections to South Tyrol

From the train stations Brixen, Klausen or PWaidbruck-Lajen public busses bring you to our holiday area.
Timetables are available on
With Flixbus you can reach South Tyrol via Munich, Innsbruck or Verona several times a day.
"Südtirol Transfer" – comfortably to your holiday accommodation
If you arrive by train or bus in South Tyrol you can use the "Südtirol Transfer”, a region-wide connection shuttle for the last few kilometres to your accommodation.
You can get to your holiday accommodation from the train stations in Bozen/Bolzano, Brixen/Bressanone, as well as from the ‘Flixbus’ bus stops in Bozen, Klausen/Chiusa or Vahrn/Varna and after your holiday you will be brought back to the stop. The group transfer from the nearest train stations or ‘Flixbus’ bus stops to the South Tyrolean accommodations, as well as the individual transfers from all the transit hubs, can be booked online at

Further services
> APP "Shuttle finder"
> Trainline

Luggage service and bike transport
You want to travel without a suitcase or transport your bike safely? Bring your luggage or bike to South Tyrol with Insam Express. Luggage and bikes will be picked up by a courier company at your home and transported to the accommodation of your choice.
South Tyrol has a small regional airport at Bozen. The bigger nearest airports outside South Tyrol are Innsbruck, Verona, Bergamo, Milan, Venice, Treviso, Salzburg and Munich.
Different shuttle services guarantee the connection from these airports to the respective train stations. From there you can travel to South Tyrol with the trains of Italian Trenitalia, Deutsche Bahn DB as well as Austrian Federal Railways ÖBB.
> More information
From the airports Innsbruck, Verona, Bergamo, Milan and Munich Alto Adige Bus offers a shuttle service for the onward journey to South Tyrol. This airport shuttle includes a large number of stops throughout South Tyrol.

The Brennerautobahn motorway A22 connects South Tyrol to the other regions of Italy in the South and to the rest of Europe in the North. When coming from the north side, take the route Innsbruck-Brenner-Klausen– from the south side Verona-Trento-Bozen-Klausen (take the motorway exit at Klausen/Chiusa). 
The motorway in Italy is subject to tolls. At the entrance to the motorway you will get a ticket, at the exit you will be charged according to the distance driven.
From 15th November to 15th April, cars and trucks throughout South Tyrol have to carry along winter equipment in case of snow-covered roads (winter tyres or snow chains).
Drivers are required to have safety vests in their cars in Italy.
> Useful information for driving to South Tyrol
At Market Square at Klausen, there is a charging station for e-cars and e-bikes.
The charging of the e-bikes is at no costs.
There are two tariffs for the charing of the e-cars:
40 KwH = 21,00 €
80 KwH = 36,00 €
The cards for the charging can be picked up at the Tourist Info Klausen (deposit € 10.00).
South Tyrol Guest Pass KlausenCard
KlausenCard offers a range of services 365 days a year: unlimited use of all public transport and free admission to different museums throughout South Tyrol as well as to three public swimming pools in the surroundings. Moreover, the use of one out of three cable cars is included. The summer and winter bus, adventure programs such as hiking tours, wine and grappa tastings complete the offer. Available at all participating accommodations of the holiday region Klausen-Barbian-Feldthurns-Villanders.
With the Mobilcard Südtirol (7, 3 or 1 day) all public transport can be used as often as you like. The museumobil Card (7 or 3 days) also allows you to visit more than 90 participating museums in South Tyrol. With the bikemobil Card (7, 3 or 1 day), you can rent additionally a bike or e-bike from Südtirol Bike or PapinSport for one day. All Mobilcards are available at the Tourist Office.
Holidays in the adventure region Klausen / Chiusa Barbian / Barbiano Feldthurns / Velturno Villanders / Villandro
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