How to get to Villnöss Valley quickly and safely!

Traveling by car?
Leave the Brenner Motorway A22 at the Klausen/Chiusa exit. Drive approximately 2 km on the state road towards Brixen, then follow the signs to the Villnöss Valley, turning right. After about 11 km, you'll see the "Filler" ski lift on the right and our house on the left side. Take the next left turn into the center of St. Magdalena (Berger Platz) and drive down the village road. After a few meters, you'll find yourself right in front of our Apartment Bed & Breakfast Hilber. During your stay, you can park your car for free in our private parking spaces or in our open garage. At check-in, you will receive your personal Dolomiti-Mobil Card, granting you access to our innovative public transportation network and environmentally-friendly mobility services.
Traveling by bus and train?
As Alpine Pearls hosts, we strongly recommend an environmentally-friendly journey to Villnöss by train and bus. Traveling without a car is sustainable, climate-friendly, and helps us keep our home clean and healthy. This benefits not only the valley's residents but also our vacation guests. We are well-connected to the international rail network, making us easily accessible from all over Europe. Our nearest train station is in Bressanone, 19 km away from our holiday apartments. From here, the bus line 330 to St. Magdalena/Villnöss departs every hour. Our accommodation is just a few minutes' walk from the "Filler" bus stop. You can find all bus schedules and connections here. We would be happy to leave your Dolomiti-Mobil Card at the Bressanone train station so that you can already benefit from our inclusive services and use the local bus for free before your arrival.
Traveling by plane?
No problem! Bolzano, the capital of the South Tyrol region, is only 48 km away from us and has a small airport. Here you can find all the information about which European airports offer flights to Bolzano. From the airport in Bolzano, you can then travel to the Villnöss Valley by bus and train.