Once you’ve arrived, you won’t want to leave. With its vast Alpine pastures, gentle hills, and rugged Dolomite peaks, the Seiser Alm is not only a place of tranquillity but also an absolute paradise for activities. If you travel to the Seiser Alm by car, it can also enjoy a break.
The Seiser Alm Dolomites region is a traffic-calmed nature reserve. That means there is a general ban on driving between 10:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Every guest at the Steger-Dellai receives a driving permit on the day of arrival and departure.
Arrival by car
Coming from the north: Brenner motorway A22 – exit Klausen – Kastelruth – Seiser Alm – Compatsch – 1km straight ahead to Hotel Steger-Dellai on the right.
Coming from the south: A22 Brenner motorway – exit Bozen Nord – Kastelruth – Seiser Alm – Compatsch – 1km straight ahead to Hotel Steger-Dellai on the right.
Arrival by train
From the north: Munich – Brenner – Brixen
From the south: Rome / Milan / Venice – Verona – Bozen
The Südtirol Transfer shuttle takes our guests directly from the train station to the hotel at a reasonable price. If you wish, we would also be happy to pick you up from the respective train station for an additional fee.
Arrival by plane
Innsbruck Airport (115km)
Verona Airport (188km)
Bozen Airport (40km)
Bergamo Airport (250km)
Munich Airport (300km)
Venice Airport (300km)
Various shuttle services from Bergamo, Verona, Venice, and Munich run regularly and take you to Bozen or Brixen. We would be happy to pick you up there for an additional fee.