How to arrive in a wonderful area of South Tyrol – called Altipiano allo Sciliar
You like to spend your holiday in the surrounding area of the amazing mountain Sciliar? No problem. You have a wide choice in the means of transport. Here you find a summary, how you reach this resort by car, bus, train or plane.
Arrival by car
The best way reaching this holiday destination is to take the freeway A 22. Guests, coming from the North, turn off the road, when they reach the exit “Chiusa-Val Gardena” Coming from the South they have to leave the freeway at “Bolzano Nord” and follow the labeling Alpe di Siusi / Altipiano allo Sciliar. In this vein they will pass “Blumau” and then arrive in the Altipiano allo Sciliar.
Here you can inform yourself about the traffic news concerning South Tyrol.
Travel by train
Who prefers to travel by train, can choice between the stations City of Bolzano and City of Bressanone. It is possible to reach both stations by the intercity train. From the station Bolzano as well as from the station Bressanone you have a perfect bus connection to you resort.
Some hotels offer to meet you at the station and bring you directly to your accommodation.
Arrival by bus
Many travel organizations offer a holiday trip this region with the principal towns Castelrotto, Siusi allo Sciliar und Fié allo Sciliar by bus. The local travel organizations themselves, called “Silbernagl, Goller-Reisen and Panitz-Tours, create a bus-shuttle-service to the main station Munich and the airport Munich (Airport “Franz Josef Strauß”).
Each Saturday guests of Baden-Württemberg, Germany have the possibility to travel with “Südtirol Tours” from Stuttgart and Ulm in this area. Additional information can be found by “Südtirol Tours”
Arrival by aircraft
Those who came from far away, board a plane to come to this wonderful place in the midst of the Dolomites. The next airport they will find in the City of Bolzano. The Airport Innsbruck in Austria is 109 kilometers and the Airport Verona – Valeria Catullo (Italy) is 180 kilometers away from this resort.
As well as from the Airports City of Bolzano, Innsbruck and Verona it is not so expensive to use the bus shuttles from Munich, Treviso and Venice to the Dolomites. Alternatively the tourists may think about renting a car.
|Travel Organization ||Rental car |
|Busunternehmen Silbernagl||Hertz (from airport Bolzano)|
|Panitz Tours||Auto Europa (from Bolzano and Bressanone)|
|Goller Reisen||Avis (form Boolzanzo, Bressanone, Merano)|
|FunCar (from Merano)|
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