Getting here safely and comfortably
Many roads lead to the Brunelle
The Südtirol Transfer community scheme was established with the aim of enhancing the sustainability of South Tyrol terms of traffic management through the provision of transportation to and from the hotel from Bolzano and Bressanone train station, and from the long-distance coach stops in Chiusa and Bolzano.
Shuttle transport can be booked online at www.suedtiroltransfer.com; you can choose between the more economical shared transfer and private transfer options. Naturally we will be happy to book your shuttle transport for you in advance, and will add the cost to your final bill.
- Coming from the north: Motorway exit A22 Chiusa - Alpe di Siusi-Sciliar/ Klausen - Seiser Alm-Schlerngebiet, SS12 to Ponte Gardena/Waidbruck
- Coming from the south: Motorway exit A22 Bolzano Nord - Alpe di Siusi-Sciliar/ Bozen Nord - Seiser Alm-Schlerngebiet, SS12 to Prato all’Isarco/Blumau
Continue on the LS/SP24 towards the Seiser Alm, and when you come to the village of Telfen turn off onto the LS/SP25 (S. Valentino-Alpe di Siusi/St. Valentin-Seiser Alm). Pass through Compaccio, and continue onwards towards Saltria.
If you use the help of a navigator to get to us, we kindly ask you to remember that it is only possible to reach the Brunelle Seiser Alm Lodge via Castelrotto and Compaccio.
All other routes, e.g. via Val Gardena, are not possible, but are often displayed by navigation devices.
In order to avoid subjecting the nature reserve of the Seiser Alm to excessive traffic, car access is regulated by ad-hoc legislation. Guests who have booked a holiday on the Seiser Alm receive a special driving permit, with conditions as follows:
- You can drive to and from your accommodation establishment at all times on your day of arrival and day of departure (Find check-in and check-out times here).
- During your stay, you can drive on the specified route between Saltria and Compaccio before 10 am and after 5 pm.
- From 10 am to 5 pm, no private transport is permitted on the Seiser Alm.
- During these times, you can travel from place to place with the Seiser Alm Bahn cable car or by bus.
- You can pick up your special driving permit either on arrival from the Seiser Alm Tourist Association (Infopoint St. Valentin, about 7km before Compaccio, on the right side of the road directly at the traffic roundabout) or here at the hotel.
In addition to the hotel car park, during the permitted driving hours you can park your car in Compaccio, where you will find the payable car park P2 (high season € 18 per day, off-season € 9 per day).
If you’d prefer to travel here the environmentally-friendly way by public transport, you can get to the Seiser Alm easily by bus. The quickest way is from Ponte Gardena train station (Check the timetable carefully – not all trains stop at Ponte Gardena – Laion).From here, take the bus to Saltria as follows:
- From Bolzano: Line 170 to Siusi bus station, then change buses and take no. 179 to Saltria (approx. 1.5 h)
- From Ponte Garden - Laion: Line 170 to Telfen, then change buses and take no. 179 to Saltria (approx. 1 h)
- From Bressanone: Line 170 to Telfen, then change buses and take no. 179 to Saltria (approx. 1.5 h)
You can find further information on the bus lines on and around the Seiser Alm here or on the SAD Nahverkehr AG local tranport website.
Nearest train stations:
Bolzano, 40 km | Ponte Gardena-Laion, 23 km | Bressanone, 40 km | Chiusa, 30 km
Trenitalia, Deutsche Bahn (DB), Österreichische Bundesbahnen (ÖBB), Schweizerische Bundesbahnen (SBB)
The Seiser Alm cable car takes you quickly and comfortably to the village of Siusi allo Sciliar on the Seiser Alm. It runs from the end of May to the beginning of November in the summer season and, in the winter season, from the beginning of December to the beginning of April. In low season the Seiser Alm cable car is closed and the road to Compaccio is open to private traffic all day long. You can find further information on timetables and rates for the Seiser Alm cable car here: Summer | Winter
Bolzano, 40 km | Innsbruck, 120 km | Verona, 200 km | Brescia, 250 km | Munich, 280 km | Bergamo, 300 km | Venice, 320 km