Pilgrimage Maria Weißenstein

At an altitude of 1520m, Pietralba is the most significant place of pilgrimage in South Tyrol and among the region’s popular destinations, especially since the visit of Pope John Paul II in July 1988. Highlights include the large monastery and its collection of votive.



Status
Fully accessible

Arrival

Getting to the Monastery of Maria Weissenstein/Madonna di Pietralba by public transport is easy and convenient.

By public bus line:
- 181 from Bozen | Bolzano, Birchabruck | Ponte Nova
- 180 and change 181 or 184 from Karersee | Carezza, Karerpass | Passo Costalunga, Welschnofen | Nova Levante
- 181 or 184 from Monte S. Pietro | Petersberg, Deutschnofen | Nova Ponente
- 184 from Obereggen, Eggen | Ega
- 182 and change 181 from Steinegg | Collepietra, Gummer | San Valentino

Bus stop: Weissenstein; online bus timetables: www.suedtirolmobil.info/en/
Location: Weissenstein/Pietralba (https://goo.gl/maps/j31pRo6SsX6QvAF37)

By car:
Destination: Pietralba/Weissenstein
Parking: parking lot Pietralba/Weissenstein
Location: Weissenstein/Pietralba (https://goo.gl/maps/j31pRo6SsX6QvAF37)

Opening period
Open
Period: 01.01 - 31.12 mo tu we th fr sa su
07:00 - 19:00
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Informations
Pietralba/Weissenstein 10 - 39050 Monte S. Pietro/Petersberg
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