Arriving at your accommodation in Val Pusteria
The suitcases are packed, it’s holiday time! And this is how you get to Molaris Lodges:
Arrival by car
From the north, south, and west, the fastest way to Molaris Lodges is via the A22/Brenner motorway. From the Brixen Vahrn/Pustertal motorway exit, you can reach Molaris Lodges in just seven minutes. Simply follow the signs to Mühlbach/Pustertal, then follow the signs to Mühlbach Zentrum (or Mühlbach town centre). At the small Maria-Hilf chapel, turn left into Via Maranza, where you can't miss Molaris Lodges after about 300 metres on the right-hand side of the road.
Coming from the east, drive along Strada statale 49 della Pusteria (SS 49), follow the signs to Mühlbach Zentrum (or Mühlbach town centre) shortly after the Mühlbach fortress and turn right into Via Maranza at the small Maria-Hilf chapel. After about 300 metres, you will reach Molaris Lodges on the right-hand side of the road.
By the way: once you arrive, you can confidently leave your car behind. It will remain in our parking garage, which is nearby the hotel, while you can travel sustainably throughout South Tyrol thanks to the excellent public transport connections. With the Almencard+ (which you’ll receive free of charge as our guest), you can even enjoy free travel on all regional public transport in South Tyrol.
Arrival by bus or train
Thanks to its convenient location, Molaris Lodges is easily and quickly accessible by public transport.
Our recommendation: long-distance buses stop at the car park by the Brixen Vahrn/Pustertal motorway exit. We’ll pick you and your luggage up free of charge there.
You can get directly to the train station in Mühlbach via Bruneck or Franzensfeste. We will also pick you up there personally with our free luggage and shuttle service. Please notify us of your arrival as soon as you have booked your bus or train journey.
Good to know: As a guest of Molaris Lodges, you’ll receive the Almencard+ of the Gitschberg Jochtal holiday region from us when you arrive. This allows you to use all regional public transport in South Tyrol free of charge.