Travel to Bozen/Bolzano

Because of its particularly favourable geographical location, the city of Bozen/Bolzano is one of the most important trade centres of the alpine region and it can be reached also by railway, bikeways and pathways.

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Access & Transportation
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Train connections
Main connections & Frequency of trains

The main railway Bologna – Verona – Bozen/Bolzano – Brenner/Brennero – Innsbruck – Munich allows fast connections with all major cities both north and south of the Alps.

Bozen/Bolzano offers daily fast connections with the Eurocity train (EC) from and to Verona station. Besides those connections, regional trains depart every 30 min from and to Bozen/Bolzano.

Daily fast connections with the Eurocity train from Bozen/Bolzano to Innsbruck and Munich station and also daily fast connections from Innsbruck and Munich to Bozen/Bolzano.

The Bozen/Bolzano train station is located in the centre of town.

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Travel Times

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Car connections
Access via motorway

The city Bozen/Bolzano is located directly on the Brenner Motorway, one of the most important European traffic veins for the transport of both goods and people.

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Bike connections

For the bike lovers among the guests there is the possibility to reach Bolzano/Bozen by bike.

Some of the European bike routes lead exactly through the Alpine region and cross the city.

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Bolzano is located along the E5 trail, one of the most popular European trail that connect Cap du Raz (FR) with Venice (IT).