WinePass - available only in partner businesses
The Winepass Plus opens the doors to the fascinating world of the South Tyrolean Wine Road.
With the WinePass you can participate at an attractive wine programme along the entire South Tyrolean Wine Road on three or seven consecutive days and it allows you to make full use of the South Tyrol's Integrated Public Transport network and the free entry of more than 90 museums in South Tyrol.
The most important services of the WinePass:
- Unlimited use of the public means of transport in South Tyrol (further information here)
- Entry to about 90 museums, castles and collections in South Tyrol like the Museum of Archaeology, Messner Mountain Museum, Runkelstein Castle, Wine Museum, ...
- More than 40 services regarding wine (guided cellar tours, tastings, visits to vineyards, wine seminars, theme hikes, pleasure cycling tour,…) (50% reduction)
- 2 x entry (Monday to Friday) to the following swimming pools (50% reduction): Terlan/Terlano, lake Monticolo/Montiggl, Tramin/Termeno, Auer/Ora, Neumarkt/Egna
- Minigolf Tramin, daily from 11 a.m. to 12 a.m. (50% reduction)
- High rope garden, daily from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. (50% reduction), (from mid-March to mid-November), Xsund, Hauptstraße 4, I-39018 Terlan-Terlano
South Tyrolean Wine Road, phone +39 0471 860 659, email@example.com
General terms and conditions applied on South Tyrolean public local transport
In principle, no bicycles are allowed on city buses. Exceptions are made if, and only if, enough space is available on the bus in the first place. Passengers who want to take their bike on the bus can do so for a surcharge. However, they will be liable for material damage caused to the vehicle or any injuries caused to themselves or other bus passengers. In principle, taking your bike on regional trains in South Tyrol and Italy, provided you pay a surcharge, is allowed. A daily single bike ticket costs €7. Daily bike tickets have to be purchased separately. Children’s bikes (up to 20 inches), foldable bikes, hand-bikes (allowed on buses only if enough space available in the suitcase compartment), and unicycles can be taken on board for free; bicycle trailers can be taken on trains for free as long as detached from the bike; e-bikes / Pedelecs can be taken on board like a regular bike, as long as safety criteria relating to the bike’s weight are met.
Dogs and other small pets can be transported depending on available space and are of sole responsibility of the traveller. Guide dogs and small pets that can be carried or fit into a cage (max. 70x30x50 cm) can be transported for free. Owners of medium and large dogs have to purchase another regular ticket. These dogs can only board the vehicle if wearing a muzzle and on the leash. They cannot occupy available seats.
Luggage and basic commodities can be transported on buses, trains, and lift facilities belonging to the public transport network as long as they don’t hinder other passengers and take up excessive amount of space. Luggage and other objects cannot take up seats or any of the exits. Transport of suitcases, buggies, wheelchairs and winter equipment is free of charge.