If you come to South Tyrol by car from the north, you can use the Brenner Autobahn, from the east you can get here via the Puster Valley and, again, the Brenner Autobahn, and when coming from the west you drive over the Reschen Pass, the Vinschgau and the Burggrafenamt. All of these routes meet in Bolanzo, or, more precisely, at the “Bolzano North” exit of the Brenner Autobahn. A few hundred metres to the south, Eggentaler Straße (SS 241) branches off, which you follow for almost 12 kilometres. At Birchabruck, turn right onto the SS 620 road, and after another four kilometres, go right again onto the SP 72, which leads to Deutschnofen.
Our tips for navigation systems.
Because there are three parliamentary districts in the municipality of Deutschnofen and all of these districts have an address that – like ours – is “Village 18” (“Dorf 18”), a navigation system can get lost. It is therefore best to enter the following as the destination address: “Schloss-Thurn-Str. 1”. This will have you landing directly on our doorstep, without any detours.
By public transport
The best way to arrive by public transport is to take the train to Bolzano. A few metres away from the state capital’s train station is the bus station, from which regular buses run to Deutschnofen every hour, or even every half hour at peak times.