Green mobility

Take a holiday from your car. You can get here in ease and comfort with public transport, and if you’re coming by car, you can simply leave it in the car park for the duration of your stay. The Ritten train is just 300 m from our hotel, and leaves every half hour on a direct connection to the Rittner Horn, and to the Ritten cable car down to Bolzano. With your RittenCard, you can travel the length and breadth of South Tyrol by public transport free of charge.
The Ritten TrainThe little Ritten train stops just 300 m from our hotel. The Lichtenstern station, exactly halfway between Oberbozen and Klobenstein is just a four-minute walk away, and weaves through the green meadows and shady woods every half hour. The journey to both villages takes around 8 minutes.more
The Ritten Cable CarFancy a stroll round the streets of Bozen? It couldn’t be easier: The Ritten cable car will take you from Oberbozen to the Provincial capital in just 12 minutes. The 3-wire cable car, one of the most modern in Europe, opened in 2009 and leaves every four minutes. Each cabin has a 30-person capacity.more
The History of the Ritten Train
In August 1907, the electric Ritten train set out on its maiden voyage. At that time, the cog-drive train travelled from Bozen city centre directly to the Ritten. In 1966, the train was replaced with a cable car, and in 2009 with an innovative, ultra-modern 3-wire cable car which runs from the Provincial capital of Bolzano to Oberbozen every four minutes. The historic train is still running and leaves every half hour, year-round, on the Klobenstein-Oberbozen link.
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