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Cycling

The cycle path in the Val d'Adige valley (Etschtal/Val d'Adige - signposted Etschradweg) is a favourite among gourmet cyclists.

It extends 115 km from the Lake of Resia/Reschen (Reschensee/Lago di Resia) close to the Austrian border in the west of the Vinschgau/Val Venosta valley to Meran/Merano as far as Bozen/Bolzano.

Bikemobilcard

WHAT'S NEW? Try our latest offer bikemobil Card: travel around South Tyrol with all public means of transport and rent a bike with just one ticket .

How it works:
The bikemobil Card allows you to make full use of South Tyrol's Integrated Public Transport network on one, three or seven consecutive days. The public transport network includes:
• Regional train services in South Tyrol: from Brennero to Trento and from Malles to San Candido
• Local bus services (urban, extra-urban and citybus services)
• Renon, Maranza, San Genesio, Meltina and Verano ropeways
• Renon tram and Mendola funicular
• A return trip from Malles to Zernez on the PostAuto Schweiz bus service.

In addition, on one day of your choice during the validity period of your bikemobil Card you may rent a bike in one of the railway stations’ bike rentals or in various further rental points dislocated throughout the territory and carrying the "Bici Alto Adige" logo.
In every bike rental participating in the initiative it is possible to rent and return bikes. Feel free to return your bike at a rental point differing from that of departure.

Prices:
bikemobil Card 1 day: 24 €, bikemobil Card 3 days: 30 €, bikemobil Card 7 days: 34 €
Kids under 14 pay half-price. Children up to 6 years do not pay for using public transport.

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Via Claudia Augusta

The easiest alpine crossing for cyclists

Emperor Claudius hat the Via Claudia Augusta extended to create the first real road through the Alps that connected the Adriatic port of Altinum with the Danube.


Along the Via Claudia Augusta cycle route, the ancient cultural and trade passage of the Roman Empire is brought back to life with diversity being its trump card.


Cyclists can look forward to an unforgettable combination of landscapes, lively small towns, laid-back villages and hundreds of testimonies to an eventful history and the cultures shaped by it. Not forgetting all the tempting delicacies from kitchen and cellar along the way.


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Das Wetter in Südtirol
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