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Südtirol Tours

Stuttgart - Ulm- Landeck – VenostaValley
Venosta Valley - Fernpass - Stuttgart - Ulm

All year from Stuttgart via Ulm and Landeck to Venosta Valley:
  • every Saturday from Stuttgart at 10.50 a.m.
  • every Sunday from VenostaValley at 10 a.m. (to be agreed)
Other bus stops upon request for example from Munich-Pasing bus station from 1.30 p.m. if you purchase a return journey to Venosta Valley.

Return ticket Euro 155.00 per person
Single ticket Euro 90.00 per person
inclusive of pick-up shuttle to/from your accommodation, the bus stops in all villages of VenostaV alley.

Booking and information:
Firma Klopfer Südtirol-Tours
Tel. +49 (0)7195 7884 or 7885 - Fax: +49 (0)7195 74439 -

Please note that timetables might vary based on the traffic situation.

Südtirol - Express

St. Gallen - Winterthur - Zurich – Spondinga/Spondinig – Silandro/Schlanders
Silandro/Schlanders – Spondigna/Spondinig - Zürich - Winterthur - St. Gallen

From 6th of April to 26th of Oktober 2013 from St. Gallen via Zurich to Venosta Valley
  • every Saturday from St. Gallen at 6.15 a.m. and from Zurich at 7.30 a.m. 
  • every Saturday from Silandro/Schlanders at 3.05 p.m. and from Spondigna/Spondinig at 3.20 p.m.
Return ticket SFR 180.00 per person + SFR 10.00 booking fee
Single ticket SFR 120.00 per person + SFR 10.00 booking fee
inclusive of shuttle to/from the accommodation

Booking and information:
Südtirol Express
Erwin Hofmann
Tel. +41 (0)71 2981111 - Fax: +41 (0)71 2980917 -

Please note that timetables might vary based on the traffic situation.
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The MuseumobilCard combines 2 offers: the use of all public means of transport in South Tyrol and free entry to participating private and public museums and all regional museums in South Tyrol.
The Sacred Heart of Jesus Sunday is a very special day in South Tyrol. On the third Sunday after Pentecost, open fires are lit on all of the major mountain ranges of the region.
Today, there are 83 pastures in the Venosta Valley with a total area of 37,000 hectares and located an altitude of more than 2000m, which are still farmed.
Welcome to the Venosta Valley cultural region
Hike along ancient irrigation channels, partake of winter sports on glacial areas beneath impressive Alpine peaks or ride your bike along the Roman trade route Via Claudia Augusta. Relax in small villages and peaceful valleys with amiable hosts. Discover numerous cultural sites and the unique culinary delights of Venosta Valley.