The Upper Venosta Valley in South Tyrol can be conveniently reached by car via the Resia Pass, the Ofen Pass or the Stelvio Pass (only in summer).

How to Arrive by Car

  • From Munich – Rosenheim – Kufstein – Innsbruck – Brennero Pass
  • Motorway exit Bolzano Sud/Bozen Süd; continue to Merano/Meran on the dual carriage way Mebo; continue on the Venosta Valley state road
  • From Munich – Rosenheim – Kufstein – Innsbruck – Landeck – Resia Pass
  • Continue on the Venosta Valley state road
  • From Munich – Garmisch – Fernpass – Landeck – Resia Pass
  • Continue on the Venosta Valley state road
  • From Ulm – Kempten – Füssen -–Fernpass – Imst – Landeck –Resia Pass
  • Continue on the Venosta Valley state road
  • From Bregenz – Feldkirch – Arlberg -–Landeck – Resia Pass
  • Continue on the Venosta Valley state road
  • From Zürich – Landquart – Klosters – Vereinatunnel – Zernez – Passo del Forno/Ofenpass – Minschuns/Müstair – Tubre nella Val Monastero/Taufers im Münstertal
  • Continue on the Venosta Valley state road
  • From St. Moritz – Passo del Forno/Ofenpass – Minschuns/Münster – Tubre nella Val Monastero/Taufers im Münstertal
  • Continue on the Venosta Valley state road
  • From Lienz – San Candido/Innichen – Bressanone/Brixen – Brennero/Brenner Motorway
  • Motorway exit Bolzano Sud/Bozen Süd; continue to Merano/Meran on the dual carriage way Mebo; continue on the Venosta Valley state road 


Good to know…

Like in Germany and Austria a safety vest requirement is also in place in Italy. On the motorway and on main roads (outside village centres) the car lights have to be on even during the daytime. The speed limit on state roads is 90 km /h, on motorways the speed limit is 130 km/h and in village centres it is 50 km/h.

In cities and bigger towns parking is only allowed in designated parking areas. The short-term parking spaces are mostly for a fee and are designated with a blue marking; in most towns you'll find specially designated car parks and underground car parks.