Keen to experience South Tyrol without a car? There’s nothing easier than that! The Südtirol Guest Pass is included in the price and is given to you upon check-in. Discover the participating accommodations. Take advantage of South Tyrol’s Integrated Public Transport Network südtirolmobil and you’ll move freely within South Tyrol. A tightly knit network of public transport and coordinated timetables largely ensure hourly and half-hourly connections between the villages and to popular excursion destinations.

Some tourist regions of South Tyrol may offer additional benefits, like free admission at museums or free events.

More detailed information can be searched on each accommodation website or asked at tourist offices.

The Guest Pass is not valid for travels on long-distance trains (e.g. EC trains, Railjet, Frecciargento, Italo) and on some bus lines.

Südtirol Guest Pass

Integrated Public Transport Network: südtirolmobil

Buses, trains, cable cars are free if you have the Südtirol Guest Pass in your wallet. The Südtirolmobil comprises the following routes and lines:

Regional trains every half-hour or hour:

  • Brenner/Brennero line: Brenner-Bolzano/Bozen-Trento
  • Vinschgau/Val Venosta line: Mals/Malles-Meran/Merano
  • Meran line: Meran/Bolzano
  • Pustertal/Val Pusteria line: Franzensfeste/Fortezza- Innischen/San Candido-Vierschach /Versciaco

Local buses (urban and suburban)

  • Lifts to Renon, Gitschberg/Maranza, Jenesien/San Genesio (currently closed), Kohlern/Colle, Mölten/Meltina and Vöran/Verano 

The Renon and the Mendel/Mendola funicular.