The Eggental valley is located in South Tyrol, in the heart of the Dolomites, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It can be reached in many different ways, so it’s best to take a look at the options available to you and choose the one that suits you best. Did you know that your journey will be much more relaxed if you simply leave your car at home and travel by train and/or bus? What’s more, by choosing this gentler form of travel, you are making an important contribution to protecting the natural world.
All the details and useful information for your journey to the Eggental valley are given here.
The Eggental valley is located in South Tyrol, in the heart of the Dolomites, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Whether by train, bus, car or plane, the Eggental valley can be reached in many different ways.
Coming to South Tyrol by train is both relaxing and environmentally friendly: just sit back, read a book and enjoy the passing landscape – stress-free.
Get on the coach, watch the landscape go by, or take a nap... your holiday will start even before your arrival, as the bus will very often take you right to your accommodation.
You can reach the Eggental valley by car from the A22 Brenner autobahn: from the north, follow Innsbruck-Brennero-Bolzano Nord/Eggental, while from the south follow Verona-Bolzano Nord/Eggental. You can reach the Eggental valley and your accommodation from the Bolzano Nord/Eggental exit in around 20 minutes.
South Tyrol airport is located at Bolzano. The closest airports are Innsbruck to the north, Venice and Verona to the south. Flight connections are extensive and allow travellers to travel independently. South Tyrol is less than two hours by car from Verona and Innsbruck.
When the stars above Steinegg dance to the sounds of the well-known South Tyrolean band, Mainfelt, 6 gourmet chefs prepare creative delights in old wood-fired ovens in Welschnofen and works of art by local artists come to life at an art performance in Obereggen or Deutschnofen, you know that it’s Eggen Valley’s Culturinarika time!