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Here are some useful tips on how to easily reach Lagundo. We look forward to welcoming you and wish you a comfortable journey.

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South Tyrol is easily accessible via Flixbus. The cities of Bolzano, Merano, Bressanone, Chiusa, Lana, Marlengo, and Vipiteno are connected year-round with various Italian cities like Rome, Milan, and Turin, as well as European cities like Munich.
More information: Flixbus


The Italian company MarinoBus connects Bolzano daily with the main regions of Central and Southern Italy: Apulia, Basilicata, Campania, Calabria, Lazio, Abruzzo, Marche, Emilia-Romagna, and Veneto.
More information: Marinobus


Bus transfers on Wednesdays and Saturdays from Munich (Central Bus Station ZOB) to Lagundo. Modern and comfortable coaches bring you to us without transfers or long waiting times.


Every Saturday from April to October, the Südtirol-Express brings you from Switzerland to Lagundo.
More information: Südtirol EXPRESS


If you travel to South Tyrol by train or bus, the "Südtirol Transfer" shuttle covers the last few kilometers to us.
From the train stations in Bolzano and Merano, you’ll arrive directly at our location – and return to the station after your holiday.
Available as a shared or individual shuttle, it can also transport bicycles and dogs upon request, and it’s accessible if needed.
More information and booking: Südtirol Transfer


All information about public transportation in South Tyrol can be found here: südtirolmobil


Gerne holen wir euch am Bahnhof Meran ab.


Regional Trains
Bolzano - Merano every half hour

With Trenitalia
Frecciargento offers several daily direct connections from Monday to Sunday from Milan, Naples, Rome, Florence, Bologna, Verona, Trento, and Rovereto.  
More information: Trenitalia

Intercity Notte
The Intercity Notte departs from Rome to Bolzano on Fridays and Saturdays at 23:00 and from Bolzano on Saturdays and Sundays at 21:30. The Intercity Notte allows you to make the most of your time and money without sacrificing the comfort and quality of a hotel service.  
More information: Trenitalia Intercity

With Italo, you can travel from Rome to Bolzano with several daily connections, passing through Florence, Verona, Rovereto, and Trento, and vice versa.  
More information: Italo

DB-ÖBB Italia
With DB-ÖBB EuroCity trains, you can reach Bolzano and South Tyrol with several daily connections from Bologna, Venice, and Verona.  
More information: DB


Travel comfortably by train to South Tyrol. With five direct connections daily from Munich to Brenner, Franzensfeste, Bressanone, and Bolzano, as well as corresponding connections and transfer options with the ICE from regions like NRW, Hamburg, Hesse, Berlin, or Saxony.
More information and booking:  DB


A direct connection from Vienna to South Tyrol is guaranteed by the ÖBB Railjet: ÖBB


You can reach South Tyrol from Switzerland with SBB-ÖBB via Innsbruck and Brenner or travel to Zernez, from where you can take a bus to Malles. From there, regional trains and buses will take you to all towns in South Tyrol.
More information: SBB
Travel with the Rhaetian Railway: RHB


Travel relaxed and refreshed with the Urlaubs-Express to South Tyrol. Board in Hamburg, Hanover, or Düsseldorf, Cologne in the evening and start your vacation in Bolzano in the morning. From May to October, the Urlaubs-Express connects our state capital weekly with its comfortable sleeper and couchette cars.
More information: Urlaubs-Express

Or take the ÖBB Nightjet from Amsterdam, Hamburg, Cologne, or Düsseldorf via Innsbruck to South Tyrol. Board the sleeper cars in the evening and wake up refreshed in Innsbruck to continue your journey to South Tyrol.
More information: Nightjet


On DB-ÖBB Eurocity trains between Munich and Bolzano and at DB travel centers, you can purchase the "Anschlussticket Südtirol" for discounted public transportation in South Tyrol. It is valid on the day of arrival or return.
More information: südtirolmobil


From the South:

Autostrada del Brennero A22 - Exit: Bolzano South (junction for the Bolzano-Merano expressway)

From the West:

Via Passo Resia – SS 40
Via Passo dello Stelvio - SS 38 (open only in summer)

From the East:

Via Passo Monte Croce (entering Val Pusteria, SS 49)
Via Val di Landro (entering Val Pusteria, SS 49)

  • Traffic Information:
    Traffic Bulletin Central Viability Bolzano: Tel. 0471 200 198
  • Autostrada del Brennero A22: Toll-Free Number: 800 279 940


Via Passo Brennero or Passo Resia

Munich – Rosenheim – Kufstein (A 12 Inntal Highway, toll required) – Innsbruck (A 13 Brenner Highway, toll required) – Brennero (A 22 Brenner Highway, toll required) – Bolzano (Exit Bolzano South) from Bolzano to Merano via the MEBO expressway, exit at Lagundo (last exit on the expressway).

Munich - Innsbruck - Brennero – Vipiteno - Passo di Monte Giovo (2094 m) - Val Passiria - Merano to Lagundo.

Füssen - Reutte - Ötztal - Passo del Rombo (2,483 m, winter closure) - Val Passiria - Merano to Lagundo.

Landeck - Passo Resia (1504 m) - Val Venosta to Lagundo.

Davos (CH) – Flüela Pass (2389 m) - Ofen Pass (2155 m) - Santa Maria - Tures - Val Venosta to Lagundo.

Vaduz (FL) and St. Gallen (CH) - Arlberg (tunnel - toll required) - Landeck - Passo Resia - VAle Venosta to Lagundo.

Lienz – S. Candido – Val Pusteria – Brunico – Bressanone (highway entrance) – Bolzano (highway exit Bolzano South) from Bolzano to Merano via the MEBO expressway, exit at Lagundo (last exit on the expressway).


  • Bolzano Airport: Tel. +39 0471 255 255
  • Verona Airport: Tel. +39 045 809 566 6
  • Milan Airports: Tel. +39 02 232323

This summer, you can also use the convenient shuttle buses that connect the airports of Milan Malpensa, Bergamo, Verona, and Munich (DE) with the most beautiful areas of South Tyrol. For more information, click here.

Luggage service & bike transport

Insam Express

Do you want to travel without luggage or safely ship your bike? Let Insam Express bring your luggage or bike to South Tyrol. Your items will be picked up directly from your home by a courier service and transported to the hotel.

Luggage service
Bike transport