The last few miles to your destination
There’s nothing to worry about! Once you reach a rail or coach station in South Tyrol or one of the region’s airports, you will have no trouble finding direct transportation to the doorstep of your holiday accommodation.
Green light for the “Südtirol Transfer” shuttle from 1 October:
a shared transfer shuttle that will carry you from the rail or coach station straight to your lodging.
Click here to find out how the service works.
Another novelty is the booking platform "Book your shuttle" that offers shuttle services and airport transfers.
The online portal simplifies the reservation and booking of individual transfers from and to South Tyrol.
From 1 October 2019, almost all accommodation providers in South Tyrol will be served by direct transfer services from the rail stations in Bolzano/Bozen, Brixen/Bressanone, Meran/Merano, Bruneck/Brunico, Mals/Malles and Innichen/San Candido and from the coach stations in Bolzano, Meran, Klausen/Chiusa, Vahrn/Varna and Sterzing/Vipiteno.
The “Südtirol Transfer” shuttle runs multiple times a day. You can book it as a shared transfer from one of the listed stations to your accommodation or choose a private transfer service that can also take you to the neartest airports.
To find out more and book the shuttle, see www.suedtiroltransfer.com.
Travellers who are interested in using an individual shuttle service or airport transfer, have the possibility to make a reservation via the new booking platform "Book your shuttle". This way the individual transfer from and to, as well as in South Tyrol, can be booked online easily and quickly.
Every Wednesday and Saturday between 16 March and 2 November 2019, the Meraner Land Express operates a transfer service between the Central Bus Station (Zentraler Omnibusbahnhof, ZOB) in Munich to the surrounding holiday destinations of Meran/Merano, Algund/Lagundo, Dorf Tirol/Tirolo, Naturns/Naturno, Partschins/Parcines, Rabland/Rablà and Töll/Tel.
Another transfer bus called “Your seat to the south” runs between Munich and Schenna/Scena, Hafling/Avelengo, Vöran/Verano, the Passeiertal valley, Nals/Nalles, Tisens/Tesimo and Prissian/Prissiano every Wednesday and Saturday between 16 March and 9 November 2019.
More information and details are available here.
Local transport in South Tyrol
A tightly woven public transport network and precisely coordinated timetables supply travellers with hourly and half-hourly connections between localities, and to popular destinations.
The so-called Mobilcard is a convinient and uncomplicated option to discover South Tyrol by public transport.