There are many ways to get to South Tyrol. From the north over the Brenner Pass, from the west you come over the Vinschgau Valley and from the east the path leads through the Puster Valley to Olang. Once you have arrived at the Messnerwirt, a single ticket, the Olang Holiday Pass, which is also a Mobilcard for the whole of South Tyrol, gives you free access to an extensive public transport network.
Take the exit BRIXEN/Pustertal on the A22 and follow the road for about 40 km. You are already in the beautiful Valdaora, in the centre of the Pustertal Valley! Our guests can park free of charge at the hotel. A parking space in our underground car park can be booked for 5 Euro / night on site.
From the train stations of Bozen, Brixen, Bruneck and Innichen as well as the long distance bus stop at the motorway exit Brixen, the collective transfers take the guests to their accommodation and back again. And all this as quickly as possible, with as few transfers and waiting times as possible.
Each accommodation facility represents a separate stop!
In South Tyrol, eco-friendly mobility by bus and train is very highly valued. Also the comfortable reaching of higher situated villages or mountains by cable car has a long tradition in South Tyrol. All of the Bus and train timetables are coordinated.
Valleys, smaller towns and popular excursion destinations are easily accessible by public transport. And the best thing about it: the journey is free of charge with your Holiday Pass!
Verona and Venice in the south and Innsbruck in the north are South Tyrol's nearest airports. Other airports in the area are: Munich, Treviso, Bergamo, Bologna and Milan. South Tyrol's airport is located in Bozen. Scheduled flights to Bozen are offered since 2022.
Flixbus stops several times in the Puster Valley: in Brixen (45 km), Bruneck (15 km), Toblach (20 km) as well as Innichen (25 km).
The long-distance bus offers bus connections from all European countries throughout the year. Via the traffic junctions of Munich and Innsbruck, Flixbus runs at least nine and six times a day respectively in the direction of South Tyrol.