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A dream at the foot of Alpe di Siusi/Seiser Alm

Journey to Kastelruth

Located in the historic village centre of Kastelruth and at the access point to Europe’s largest high Alpine pasture, Hotel Lamm is in the ideal spot for all kinds of excursions. Leave your car in our underground car park and enjoy your getaway in South Tyrol.

Your journey to Hotel Lamm

Here’s how to reach your holiday paradise

We’ll be happy to pick you at the airport Bolzano up in our hotel shuttle for €20 per person and journey (max. 6 people). We kindly ask you to reserve this service in advance.

If you need assistance planning your journey, contact us on +39 0471 706343 or info@lamm-hotel.it. We’ll be happy to help!

Arriving by car

From the north: Follow the motorway southwards over the Brenner pass until you reach the Klausen exit. From there, take the state road towards Bolzano until you reach Waidbruck, then turn left towards the Mt Sciliar/Schlern area and continue until you reach Kastelruth.

From the south: Follow the Brenner motorway northwards until you reach the Bolzano Nord exit. From there, take the state road towards Brenner until you reach Blumau and then turn off towards the Mt Sciliar/Schlern area and follow the road to Kastelruth.

Attention: Enter “Via Dolomiti” into your navigation system to reach Hotel Lamm by car.

If you enter the hotel’s actual address, “Piazza Krausen 3”, your navigation system will guide you into a pedestrian area.

Arriving by bus or train

All trains (DB, ÖBB, Trenitalia) between Munich and Verona stop at Bolzano or Brixen train station. Buses run regularly from Bolzano or Brixen to Kastelruth. FlixBus offers an alternative means of transport to Bolzano from both Italy and elsewhere in Europe.

Arriving by plane

The closest airports are located in Bolzano, Innsbruck, Verona, Brescia, Bergamo, or Milan. If you would like to book a shuttle bus from the airport to our hotel in South Tyrol, we recommend Südtirol Bus or let the helicopter take you directly to Castelrotto.