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Location & Directions

Find out how best to reach your holiday home in Weißenbach in the Ahrntal here.

Chalet Brunegg

Weißenbach, Schönberg 7/a
39030 Valle Aurina (BZ)
South Tyrol | Italy

GPS coordinates

N 46.95352
E 11.88936

The Chalet Brunegg is a retreat and a starting point in the midst of the countryside

Nestled in the heart of the Ahrntal mountain world

Getting to Bolzano/Bozen from Berlin by car is possible in a little less than 9 hours. From Munich the journey to Bolzano takes less than 3 hours, and from Vienna less than 6 hours.

via the Brenner Autobahn (A22) to the Chalet Brunegg in Weißenbach

Take the Brenner Autobahn (A22) to the Brixen/Pustertal exit, then continue on the state road into the Pustertal and on to Bruneck. There, turn off into the Ahrntal and follow the main road to Luttach. Once there, turn left at the intersection (before the “Eurospar”) toward Weißenbach. Continue to the town centre (with the parish church) and turn onto “Kirchgasse” (“church alley”) and then immediately onto “Schönberg-Straße“. Continue for about 1 km and you will arrive at the Chalet Brunegg.

torway tolls in Italy and Austria
Tolls are payable on Italian motorways. The amount of toll due is dependent on the distance travelled. Toll fees can be calculated from the comfort of your own home by using an online tool.

Motorway journeys through Austria require that a valid Vignette toll sticker is displayed on the windscreen. The vignette can be bought at automobile clubs, filling stations and border crossings.

Toll advice for the Brenner Pass: To cross the Brenner Pass quickly, a video toll can be bought in advance, giving drivers preferential passage through the toll station using specially marked lanes.

Travelling by train means getting on board and leaning back in the chair, while enjoying the landscapes passing by or while reading a book.

Positioned in the heart of Europe, South Tyrol has a good train network, with connecting trains from Austrian Federal Railways (ÖBB), Swiss Federal Railways (SBB), as well as Deutsche Bahn (DB).

Once in South Tyrol, DB/ÖBB train travellers can use the ‘Anschlussticket SĂŒdtirol’, a ticket that allows travelling with public transportation to get from the train station to their accommodation and vice versa on their day of arrival/departure. This ticket can be purchased directly on the train or at the DB travel centres located at the train stations.

An overview of all of the train connections to South Tyrol can be found on

How to arrive by train - Details

With Flixbus you can reach South Tyrol via Munich and Innsbruck several times a day (stops Bozen/Bolzano, Brixen/Bressanone, Klausen/Chiusa, Sterzing/Vipiteno, Meran/Merano, Lana, Marling/Marlengo). FlixBus offers year-round bus connections from every European country.

If you arrive by train or bus to South Tyrol, there is the connection shuttle "South Tyrol Transfer" for the last kilometers to your accommodation:
From the train stations in Bozen, Meran, Mals, Brixen, Bruneck and Innichen as well as the long-distance bus stops in Bozen, Klausen, Vahrn, Sterzing and Meran you can get to your holiday accommodation - and after that
Vacation back to the stop.

The regular public buses run from Bruneck to the Ahrntal Valley every half hour. Tickets can be bought at the counter or directly on board.

Timetables and information you find here: sĂŒ