Come off the A22 Brenner motorway at the Bolzano Sud exit, and then follow the Merano-Bolzano (MeBo) highway towards Merano, leaving it at the Terlano/Meltina exit. About 200 m after the roundabout, turn right for Meltina and continue along that road. After the town of Meltina, stay on the main road towards Verano; in about 2 km, you’ll reach the village of Salonetto. 50 m after entering the village, take a left turn. This will take you straight to the Moarhof.
By train – Simple and comfortable
From Bolzano Central Station, take a train for Merano and get off at Terlano. We’ll be happy to pick you up from the station if you ask us in advance. Alternatively, take bus no. 204 (Bolzano-Terlano-Avelengo) and get off at Salonetto (more details below).
By bus – A scenic tour
From Bolzano Central Station, take bus no. 204 (Bolzano-Terlano-Avelengo), and get off at the Salonetto stop. From the bus stop, walk across the street and turn left. Follow the pavement from there to the town square, then take a turning to the left. At the next junction, turn left one last time to get to the Moarhof. It’s about a 5-minute walk, but we can also pick you up from the bus stop and take you back there on your day of departure.
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By cable car – The “very direct” route
From Bolzano Central Station, take bus no. 201 (Bolzano-Merano) to the Vilpiano-Funivia stop. Then take the cable car. When you get to the upper station, turn left and walk up a steep lane. Follow the main road and turn right at Garni Reider. After a slight climb, you’ll get to the Moarhof.
Merano BusCard for the local area
Would you like to give your car a holiday and travel around by bus? The Merano and surroundings BusCard allows you to use all the bus services in the local area. It’s valid for seven days after it’s first stamped, and can be bought from tourist offices in and around Merano.
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