By train

Environmentally friendly and stress-free to the Eggental valley

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. South Tyrol and the Eggental valley are located in the heart of Europe, right in the middle of the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Dolomites – easily accessible by train from Germany, Switzerland and Austria

Trainline.com provides an overview of all rail connections to South Tyrol. And from Bozen/Bolzano, you can take a pubblic bus to every town and village in the Eggental valley. As an alternative, use the shuttle service run by the Eggental valley Taxi Services or by Südtirol Transfer, which will take you directly to your accommodation.

From Germany

Several times a day there are direct connections by Deutsche Bahn that connects Munich to Bolzano in less than four hours without having to change trains. Munich’s well-connected long-distance stretches allow a comfortable arrival throughout Germany.
The new fast railway line "ICE Sprinter" connects Germany’s capital Berlin and Munich in about five hours.

Travelling by train does not only mean saving stress: the DB ticket Saver Fare or Super Saver Fare Europe takes you to South Tyrol at a price starting from 18,90 €.
Click here for the Deutsche Bahn train connections.

With the "South Tyrol connection ticket" for EC trains of ÖBB and DB, you are also guaranteed the use of public transport within South Tyrol on the day of arrival and departure for only € 5. You can find all the information here.

From Austria

Regular connections from Kufstein via Innsbruck and Brenner/Brennero bring you directly to Bozen/Bolzano from all parts of Austria.
You can also reach South Tyrol from the west and east of Austria via Innsbruck main station.  
Do you want it to be a little more comfortable? Then take the Railjet from Vienna, via St. Pölten, Linz and Salzburg and Innsbruck directly to South Tyrol. The ÖBB express train leaves Vienna daily at 3.30 pm and arrives in Bolzano at 10.15 pm. It returns from Bolzano every morning at 7.45 am.
With the ÖBB Sparschiene tickets even cheaper in the direction of South Tyrol.
Click here for the ÖBB train connections.

With the "South Tyrol connection ticket" for EC trains of ÖBB and DB, you are also guaranteed the use of public transport within South Tyrol on the day of arrival and departure for only € 5. You can find all the information here.

From Switzerland

A pleasant journey from Switzerland is made possible by the Railjet Express & Eurocity via Innsbruck and the Brenner Pass. From Zurich, Basel and Geneva, the SBB trains run several times a day.

Or you can enjoy the journey through the Swiss National Park and the picturesque Val Müstair. To do so, travel with the Rhaetian Railway from Landquart via Zernez, from where you can take the PostBus to Mals in Vinschgau. From there you can take the regional trains and buses to all towns in South Tyrol.

Night trains to South Tyrol

Get rested and relaxed with the Urlaubs-Express to South Tyrol. Start in Hamburg, Hanover or Düsseldorf and Cologne in the evening and begin your holiday in South Tyrol in the morning. From May to October, the Urlaubs-Express takes you weekly in its cosy sleeping and couchette cars to our provincial capital of Bolzano.

Or take the ÖBB Nightjet from Hamburg, Cologne or Düsseldorf via Innsbruck to South Tyrol. Get on board in the evening and sleep well in the morning on the connecting wetier train from Innsbruck to South Tyrol.

The last few miles to the accommodation with the public buses

There are regular bus connections from the the train station of the provincial capital of Bolzano to the Eggental valley. The journey takes about 25 minutes, depending on the final destination.
You can choose your ideal connection from Bolzano train station to your accommodation here.

For further information, you can call the Green Number (840 000 471 from Italy or +39 0471 450 111 from abroad). Tickets are available directly on the bus.

N.B.: the Local Passenger Transport Authority of the Autonomous Province of Bozen reserves the right to change timetables as necessary. No responsibility is assumed for any timetable changes caused by force majeure and thus not published in good time.

The last few miles to the accommodation with a shuttle service

There are numerous taxi firms in the Eggental valley that will be happy to pick you up at the train station in Bolzano, at the airport or wherever else you wish. 
All taxi firms in the Eggental valley can be found here.

If you are travelling to South Tyrol by train or bus, you can take a Südtirol transfer shuttle from your destination (i.e. the train or bus station) to your accommodation. 
You can find all shuttle connections here.

Luggage storage and travelling without luggage

Would you like to have a stopover in Bolzano on your journey? The Basecamp Dolomites at Bolzano train station lets you leave your luggage or bike for a few hours or even days (charge payable).

The luggage and bike transport service offered by Insam Express means you can even travel without a suitcase – your luggage and bikes are collected from your home by courier and transported to your accommodation in South Tyrol. 

Two skiers Kölner Hütte Slopes Rosengarten Alpenglow | © Harald Wisthaler
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