Journey to Prags / Braies in Val Pusteria - South Tyrol

Your way to Bergheim

Many roads lead to our Residence Bergheim on the sunny side of Val di Braies – in Alta Pusteria, South Tyrol. Your dream vacation in a dream location on 1,270 metres above sea level! The roads are regularly well cleared and gritted in winter. However, you should have winter equipment with you. Give your car a break and leave it in our parking lot or in the spacious garage. You can take the bus (bus stop in the village centre, 10 minutes by foot), which will take you to many places and ski lifts every hour.

Residence Bergheim

Braies di Dentro 37, 39030 Braies
Tel.: +39 348 372 4608

Arrive by …

… car:

Via the Brenner motorway A22 (toll), take the exit Bressanone-Varna/Brixen-Vahrn (Val Pusteria/Pustertal), then continue on the state road (SS49-E66) into Val Pusteria/Pustertal. Distance from motorway exit Bressanone-Val Pusteria/Brixen-Pustertal: approx. 50 km. You can also reach Val di Braies via Lienz in East Tyrol (A) by crossing the Austrian-Italian border on the state road (B100-E66). Ideal arrival from southern Germany via the Felbertauernstraße. Advantage: no vignette

… train:

You can reach Fortezza/Franzensfeste by international train connections. You then change to the local railway line in the direction of San Candido/Innichen. Our stop is in Villabassa/Niederdorf. From Klagenfurt you travel via Lienz to San Candido/Innichen and with the Val Pusteria/Pustertal railway line to Villabassa/Niederdorf. The Val di Braies/Pragsertal is easily accessible by local bus connections from Villabassa/Niederdorf every hour. We will be happy to pick you up at the train station. Just let us know in advance when you plan to arrive.

… Südtirol Transfer:

If you travel to South Tyrol by train or bus, you can make the last few kilometres to the accommodation the area-wide connecting shuttle “Südtirol Transfer”. Further information on

… plane:

South Tyrol’s airport Bolzano Dolomites is located in the province’s capital Bolzano. Shuttle buses run several times a day from the airports of Innsbruck, Salzburg, Munich, Treviso, Venice, Verona, Bergamo and Milano Malpensa to South Tyrol.