Traveling by car

When coming from the north via the A22 Brenner autobahn, take the Klausen/Gröden exit and then continue along the National Highway towards Klausen and Waidbruck. In Waidbruck, proceed towards the east, towards Dorfstraße/SP24 and then turn right into Dorfstraße/SP24. Continue through the roundabout. After about 3.7 km, turn slightly to the right. After 230 meters, turn left. Your destination is 2.1 km farther down the road, on the right side.
When coming from the south, take the A22 Brenner autobahn (Autostrada del Brennero A22) via Verona – Trent – Bozen. Take the "Bozen Nord" autobahn exit. Continue along the National Highway until you come to Blumau. In the tunnel, take the left fork toward the Schlern area, Völs, Seis. When you come to the entrance of the village of Seis, turn right into the road to St. Oswald.

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Traveling by bus

From the provincial capital of Bozen, you can reach the Schlern area by bus in about 45 minutes. Travel information from the SAD (South Tyrolean Public Transportation Service)

Direct route between Munich and the Schlern area:
Every Saturday, the Silbernagl bus company travels with its modern luxury overland buses from the main train station and from the airport in Munich directly to the Schlern area.
For more information: Contact the Silbernagl bus company

Winter bus transfers

In the cold time of year, visitors to South Tyrol continue from the airports in Bergamo, Verona, Venice, and Treviso to South Tyrol by bus transfer.

Traveling by air

Bozen Airport (22 km from Seis)

Innsbruck Airport (120 km away)

Verona Villafranca Airport (180 km away)


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