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- Cross-country centre
From the North: Munich – Rosenheim – Kufstein – Innsbruck – motorway Brennero – motorway-exit Bressanone – Val-Pusteria SS 49 - road to Brunico – junction Rasun/Anterselva
From the West: Passo Resia, Bolzano, motorway Brennero – motorway-exit Bressanone – Val-Pusteria SS 49 - road to Brunico – junction Rasun/Anterselva
From the East: Tauern motorway (A) or via Felbertauern (A) to Lienz and then to Val Pusteria – junction Rasun/Anterselva
From the South: Verona – Trento – Bolzano – motorway Brennero – motorway-exit Bressanone – Val-Pusteria SS 49 - road to Brunico – junction Rasun/Anterselva and
From Venice: Treviso – motorway-exit Longarone – Calalzo – Cortina – Dobbiaco – Val Pusteria - junction Rasun/Anterselva
Antholz itself is not on the railway line, but you can take the train to nearby Olang station and take a bus from there to Antholz.
The most important train-connection is the “Brenner-line” (Innsbruck - Bolzano).
From Switzerland via Zürich to Innsbruck; also from Vienna you have to go via Salzburg to Innsbruck then to Fortezza (change) and with local trains to Valdaora.
From East-Tyrol (A) you have to go via Lienz to San Candido.
From the South you go to Milano – Bolzano – Fortezza (change) then with local trains to Valdaora.
From Venice to Calalzo (Cadore) and then you have to take the buses to Cortina (change) to San Candido.
There is an excellent public transport system in South Tyrol. There are several buses daily between Bruneck-Brunico (the main town in Puster Valley), Olang and Antholz-Anterselva.
See www.sii.bz.it for information.
The next national and international airports are: