Contact & MapHow to arrive
Pension Hofer ***
Fam. Schlechtleitner & Hofer
Via Waidach 7
39030 Vallarga / Vandoies
South Tyrol / Italy
Leave the A22 motorway at the Bressanone/Brixen-Varna/Vahrn exit and continue in the direction of Val Pusteria/Pustertal/Brunico/Bruneck. Just before you reach Vandoies/ Vintl, you need to turn left into the Fleres/Pfunder Valley.
Coming from the East via Lienz – S. Candido/Innichen or via the Stall Saddle, you will also reach Brunico/Bruneck. Drive in the direction of Bressanone/Brixen / Bolzano/Bozen. In Vintl, you need to turn right towards Vallarga/Weitental in the Fleres/Pfunder Valley.
Arrival by train
Using the Brennero/Brenner Pass line, you can reach us from the North, as well as from the South (Franzensfeste/Fortezza). Local trains will transport you from there into the Puster Valley and Vandoies/Vintl.
- Deutsche Bahn (German Railways)
- Österreichische Bundesbahn (Austrian Railways)
- Schweizer Bundesbahn (Swiss Railways)
- Ferrovie Italiane (Italian Railways)
- Regional connections
Travel without luggage… It’s worth looking into Insam Express Koffertransport!
Arrival by bus
There are also numerous bus lines, which you can use free of charge if you hold the Mobilcard South Tyrol. With the Museummobil card, you cannot only use public transport free of charge, but you also have free access to 80 museums and other destinations in this region. If you like to cycle, the Bikemobil Card could be good for you. From the beginning of June to mid October, you can avail of the Almencard+, which offers you numerous highlights in the region and automatically includes the Museummobil Card.
- Flixbus (Remote Bus): “Flixbus” offers daily bus transfer from Berlin via Munich and Innsbruck to South Tyrol
- SüdtirolBus: Up to 6 times a day from Innsbruck, Munich, Verona, Bergamo, Milan to South Tyrol
- Regional bus connections
Arrival by airplane
Look for flights to Innsbruck, Verona, Munich, or Bergamo. Direct bus connection to South Tyrol by SüdtirolBus.