The FlixBus companies make their buses stop in Merano/Meran, Lana and Marlengo/Marling. FlixBus offer year-round bus connections from every European country. Via the transport node points Munich and Verona, FlixBus travels to South Tyrol several times a day.
Every Wednesday and Saturday from 26 March to 5 November there is a bus transfer from Munich central bus station (ZOB) to Merano, Lagundo, Tirolo, Naturno e Partcines/Rablà/Tel. There is also a shuttle service to the accommodation and back.
Price one way from: 45 € Price round trip from: 80 €
From 17 June to 12 September, the long-distance bus provider Itabus will once again be operating several buses a day to and from Bolzano. In addition to the routes from Turin via Milan with stops in Verona, Bergamo Airport and Novara, the Itabus also connects Bolzano with Naples, Rome, Florence, Bologna and Padua this summer.
The Itabus fleet are latest generation buses and feature comfortable reclining leather seats with folding table, lights, power and USB sockets at every seat, toilets, free WiFi & snack vending machines.
For more information on timetables and tickets, click here.
Every Saturday from April 2nd to October 29th, 2022. For a journey from Switzerland, the Südtirol Express offers a bus trip every Saturday from April 2nd to October 29th from St. Gallen, Wängi, Winterthur, Zurich and Landquart including a shuttle service directly to your accommodation in Naturns, Lagundo, Merano, Schenna, Dorf Tirol, Avelengo, Lana, Marling and Partschins and back. In a modern and comfortable coach, you can travel comfortably and directly to your accommodation without having to lug your suitcase. Children under 6 years of age travel for free and young people up to 14 years of age for half the price. It is also possible to take your own bike with you.