How to get here
Hotel Landhaus Innerhofer in Schenna is situated in the beautiful Merano region of South Tyrol and can be reached quickly and easily all year round by public transport, car, train or plane. Take a look at our interactive map of the trails, routes and the fastest way to get to Schenna. In addition, you can find information on public transport in and around Schenna so that you are also mobile at the hotel.
Here you can find brief directions for the most important travel routes:
Via the motorway Munich (304 km away) - Innsbruck (157 km away) – Brenner Pass to Bolzano (motorway exit Bolzano South) – expressway Bolzano-Merano (exit Merano South) – turn right on country road, just before you come to Merano towards Schenna.
Via the motorway Munich - Innsbruck – Brenner Pass to Sterzing, via Jaufen Pass (2,007 metres) through the Passeier Valley to Merano; just before you come to Merano, turn left in the direction of Schenna.
Via Fussen - Reutte – through the Otz Valley, via the Timmelsjoch Pass (2,483 metres, closed in winter) into the Passeier Valley to Merano. Just before you come to Merano, turn left in the direction of Schenna.
Via Landeck – Reschen Pass (1,504 metres - 82 km away) through the Vinschgau Valley to exit Merano South– via country road, just before you come to Merano, turn right in the direction of Schenna.
Via Lienz (East Tyrol) through the Puster Valley to Bruneck. From there to Brixen (motorway exit) – motorway to Bolzano South (exit) and then to Merano. Just before you come to Merano, turn right in the direction of Schenna.
Via Davos (CH) – Fluela Pass (2,389 metres) – Ofen Pass (2,155 metres) - Santa Maria - Taufers – through the Vinschgau Valley to Merano (135 km)- Exit Merano South and turn right on the country road shortly before Merano in the direction of Schenna.
Via Landquart - Davos (CH) – Fluela Pass (2,389 metres) – Ofen Pass (2,155 metres) - Santa Maria - Taufers i. M. – through the Vinschgau Valley to Merano (135 km) or via Landquart - Klosters – Vereina tunnel (car train every 30 minutes / trip time: 18 minutes / further information www.rhb.ch ) - Scuol – Ofen Pass - Santa Maria - Taufers i. M. – with the Vinschger railway to Merano (further information: www.vinschgerbahn.it )Via Vaduz (FL) and St. Gallen (CH) - Arlberg (toll tunnel) - Landeck – Reschen Pass - Vinschgau Valley to Merano / exit Merano South– then follow signs to Schenna
Bus transfer Munich – Schenna – MunichEvery Wednesday and Saturday from March to NovemberPrice for return journey € 85.00 One way € 55.00Travel on either Wednesday or Saturday from Hamburg, Berlin, Frankfurt, Dortmund or from wherever a you can catch an ICE or EC to Munich. From there, you can catch a direct coach to Schenna at the Central Bus Station (ZOB). Modern coaches will bring you right to the doorstep of the hotel – without changing bus or long queues.More information: Arrival in Schenna by train
Munich - Schenna
- Departure from Munich - ZOB – Central Bus Station (1 km from main train station) at 2 p.m.
- Connection from main train station to ZOB by S-Bahn Munich HBF tief – Hackerbrücke (name of station)
- Also boarding is possible in Klais near Garmisch Partenkirchen (on request)
- Arrival in Schenna, approx. 6.30 p.m.
Schenna - Munich
- Departure at Schenna at 6.30 a.m.
- Arrival in Munich – ZOB Central Bus Station, approx. 10.45 a.m.
- Connection from ZOB to HBF by S-Bahn, Hackerbrücke – Munich HBF tief (name of station)
More information: Arrival in Schenna by bus
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