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Via Val Venosta 25
I-39020 Rablà / South Tyrol
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Reach Merano and Environs in South Tyrol by car
Munich – Rosenheim – Kufstein (A 12 Inntal Freeway, obligatory toll) – Innsbruck (A 13 Brenner Freeway, obligatory toll) – Brennero/Brenner (A 22 Brennero Freeway, obligatory toll) – Bolzano/Bozen (Exit Bolzano South) – Merano/Meran (MEBO-Highway)
Munich – Garmisch – Innsbruck – Brennero/Brenner (A 22 Brennero Freeway, obligatory toll) – Bolzano/Bozen (Exit Bolzano South) – Merano/Meran (MEBO-Highway)
Alternative route: Brennero/Brenner – Vipiteno/Sterzing – Passo Giovo/Jaufenpass – Val Passiria/Passeiertal – Merano/Meran
Oetztal – Passo Rombo/Timmelsjoch – Val Passiria/Passeiertal – Merano/Meran
Ulm – Kempten – Fuessen – Fernpass – Imst – Landeck – Passo Resia/Reschenpass (State Road 40 + 38) – Merano/Meran
Bregenz – Feldkirch – Arlberg – Landeck – Passo Resia/Reschenpass (State Road 40 + 38) – Merano/Meran
St. Moritz – Ofenpass – Münster – Taufers in Muenster – Glorenza/Glurns – Merano/Meran
Zurich – Landquart – Klosters – Vereinatunnel – Zernez – Ofenpass – Muenster – Taufers in Muenster – Glorenza/Glurns – Merano/Meran
Lienz – San Candido/Innichen – Val Pusteria/Pustertal (State Road 49) – (A 22 Brennero Freeway, obligatory toll) Bolzano/Bozen – Merano/Meran (MEBO-Highway)
Traffic rules in Italy
Drivers are required to have safety vests in their cars in Italy, Austria and Germany. Cars are required to drive on dipped headlights during the day on Italian motorways and country roads (outside built-up areas). The maximum speed is 90 km/h on state roads and 130 km/h on motorways. There’s an extensive network of filling stations and almost one in two sells LPG. In general, in the major towns and cities parking is only permitted in the spaces provided. Short-stay car parks, the majority of which are Pay & Display, are marked with a blue border. These are complemented by specially designated car parks and underground parking in most places. Free parking can often be found outside towns and sometimes there’s a shuttle bus into the centre.
Reach Parcines-Rablà-Tel in South Tyrol by train
Positioned in the heart of Europe, South Tyrol as well as the Merano and Environs holiday area 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.
With the ÖBB Nightjet trains, you can travel overnight in a climate-friendly and comfortable way to Merano and Environs from Amsterdam to Innsbruck.
An overview of all of the train connections to South Tyrol can be found on www.thetrainline.com.
Reach Partschins, Rabland & Töll in Merano and Environs in South Tyrol from Germany, Switzerland and Austria by bus.
Meraner Land Express
Your bus connection from Germany - Munich to Partschins, Rabland and Töll.
or at the tourist office in Partschins email@example.com / Tel.: +39 0473 96 71 57
Train connections from all major cities in Germany at: www.bahn.de
Your bus connection from Germany (Stuttgart - Ulm - Fernpass - Landeck - Resia lake - Merano/Meran).
Company Klopfer Südtirol – Tours, Winnenden (D)
Tel. +49 (0)7195 7884 - Fax. +49 (0)719574439
www.suedtiroltours.de - firstname.lastname@example.org
Your bus connection from Switzerland to Partschins, Rabland and Töll.
Train connections from Switzerland at www.sbb.ch
More information on: www.merano-suedtirol.it/en/partschins-rabland-und-toell