HOW TO REACH BOLZANO

By rail

One of the best ways to get to Bolzano is by train:
the station is only a few minutes walking from the central Walther square!

For information about connections to Germany, please visit the British railway website: http://www.nationalrail.co.uk/

After your arrival in Germany, the DB/ÖBB EuroCity trains will carry you conveniently and comfortably from Munich to Bolzano: these modern trains, operated in partnership by the German and Austrian railways, run along this line 5 times a day. The journey time is approximately 4 hours. There is no need to switch trains at the Brennero (Brenner) Pass and advance booking of trains is not necessary. Trilingual staff members will attend to your needs. Tickets may be booked online or bought at train ticket offices throughout Italy: Homepage

 

By car

ATTENTION! Since May 2014 the access to the city centre of Bolzano Bozen is under video surveillance. Please follow the indication to the parking places and do not overstep the gates in order to avoid the sanction.

For parking, please follow the electronic indications at the main entrances of the city.

Coming from the south

We suggest to take the motorway exit “Bolzano Sud” and to park your car at the Fair (1300 lots). From there you find public busses to the centre every 15 minutes or the train every 30 minutes.

Coming from the north

We suggest to take the motorway exit “Bolzano Nord” and to park at the parking “Bolzano Centro&quot, which is only a few minutes walking from the centre.

List of the public parking lots

Parking for caravans

Bolzano Parking – the real-time parking situation in Bolzano

 

By air

The nearest international airports are in Innsbruck in the north and Verona in the south. The other airports Bergamo, Treviso, Venice and Munich are over 200 km away (or four hours by rail).

Bolzano/Bozen airport

List of Car Rentals