Tips and resources for your holiday in South Tyrol

Is there a travel card I can use to travel on buses and trains in South Tyrol? Which sights should I not miss? And what events are on during my stay in Bressanone? To answer all these questions, we have compiled a list of informative links that you can surf from the comfort of your home. Our reception team is always on hand to answer (almost) any questions you might have during your stay.




How to get to South Tyrol

There are many ways to get here. You can come by plane or train, bus or car, travelling through the Brennero pass if you’re coming from the north, the Venosta valley if you’re coming from the west, or the Pusteria valley if you’re coming from the east. Once you have arrived, you can use our extensive public transport network with just one ticket – the Mobilcard. Click here to find out the best way to get to South Tyrol:

Explore South Tyrol with the Mobilcard!

The Mobilcard gives you unlimited access to all public transport in South Tyrol. The card is available as a 1-day, 3-day or 7-day pass and comes in two different versions: for adults and for children aged 6 to 14 years.

  • 1-day Mobilcard South Tyrol
  • 3-day Mobilcard South Tyrol
  • 7-day Mobilcard South Tyrol

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Bikemobil Card

The Bikemobil Card is a combined ticket that can be used on buses, trains and rental bikes anywhere in South Tyrol. It is available as a 1-day, 3-day or 7-day pass.

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“M” is for museums and mobility

The Museumobil Card combines two different offers: unlimited travel on local public transport and free entry to around 90 museums and exhibitions throughout South Tyrol. This card is available as a 3-day or 7-day pass, and comes in two versions, one for adults and one for children from 6 to 14 years of age.

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