Every day a new advantage

Every day a new advantage

The Südtirol GuestPass Algund advantage card is included in the overnight price of all participating establishments and is valid 365 days a year. Among other things, it provides:
Free use of all public means of transportation in South Tyrol
Exclusive discounts in sports and leisure facilities
Entry to over 80 museums at no charge
Free use of selected cable cars
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How to arrive by train

Stress-free travel to Algund


Travelling by train means getting on board and leaning back in the chair, while enjoying the landscapes passing by or while reading a book.

Positioned in the heart of Europe, South Tyrol has a good train network, with connecting trains from Austrian Federal Railways (ÖBB), Swiss Federal Railways (SBB), as well as Deutsche Bahn (DB).
Once in South Tyrol, DB/ÖBB train travellers can use the ‘Anschlussticket Südtirol’, a ticket that allows travelling with public transportation to get from the train station to their accommodation and vice versa on their day of arrival/departure. This ticket can be purchased directly on the train or at the DB travel centres located at the train stations.

An overview of all of the train connections to South Tyrol can be found on trainline.com.
From Germany
Several times a day connects Munich to South Tyrol without having to change trains.
Deutsche Bahn’s EC-trains take you across the Brenner/Brennero within less than four hours.
Munich’s well-connected long-distance stretches allow a comfortable arrival throughout Germany.
A good example is the new fast railway line Berlin – Munich: the ICE Sprinter connects Germany’s capital and Munich in about five hours.

Travelling by train does not only alleviate stress: the DB ticket Saver Fare or Super Saver Fare Europe takes you to South Tyrol at a price starting from 18,90 €.
From Austria
Discover South Tyrol with ÖBB.
The Eurocity trains from ÖBB/DB take you from Kufstein (Austria) via Innsbruck and Brenner/Brennero directly to Franzensfeste/Fortezza, Brixen/Bressanone and to South Tyrol’s capital city, Bolzano/Bozen.

The central station of Innsbruck, which functions as the transport node point for local and long-distance traffic, connects South Tyrol with Austria’s eastern and western regions.
The combination of the ÖBB Railjet and the Eurocity train enables the arrival from for example Vienna or Bregenz with only one change of trains.

If booked in time, the ÖBB Sparschiene-tickets take you in direction of South Tyrol for a more favourable price.
From Switzerland
Experience a pleasant journey with the Railjet Express & Eurocity arriving from Switzerland via Innsbruck and Brenner/Brennero. From Zurich, Basle or Geneva SBB trains run several times daily.

Alternatively, enjoy the ride through the Swiss National Park and the picturesque Val Müstair. This journey starts from Landquart with the Rhaetian Railway to Zernez and then taking the PostBus to Mals/Malles in Vinschgau Valley. From there the so-called ‘Vinschgerbahn’ takes you to Algund, Meran/Merano and environs or the regional trains in all of the other regions in South Tyrol.
Travelling with children
ÖBB and SBB have especially favourable offers for train journeys with children.
However, the number of children travelling has to be registered on the ticket of the accompanying parent or grandparent. Therefore, do not forget to indicate the children in your booking.
Children under the age of six years can use South Tyrol’s public transportation infrastructure free of charge, whilst for the young guest under the age of fourteen years have special junior rates.
Take your bike to South Tyrol
Several long-distance trains from Germany, Austria and Switzerland allow taking bicycles on board. A few of them even offer additional storage room in their luggage or bike compartment. A reservation in case of bicycle transport is required.
 
Tourist Office Algund
Hans Gamper Place 3
I-39022 Algund near Meran (BZ)
South Tyrol - Italy
+39 0473 448600
OPENING HOURS
End of March - November:
MON-FR 8.30 am - 12.30 am & 2 pm - 6 pm
SAT 9.00 am - 3.00 pm
SUN closed