The influence of a railway line can go well beyond the local economy and culture. It can become a distinguishing feature of the landscape. The stations along the Venosta Valley line were built between 1903 and 1906. These stations can be regarded quite rightly as an integral part of South Tyrol’s cultural heritage.
Their status as such was acknowledged by the Provincial Government’s decision to list these buildings as examples of architectural heritage.
The buildings still capture the elegance of days gone by, while integrating cutting-edge technology: a combination that makes the entire valley even more unique.
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The stations dotted along the Venosta Valley line make up a unique series of cultural monuments.
A modern, effective local transport infrastructure, such as the Venosta Valley railway, requires efficient timetables, competitive fares, as well as state-of-the-art infrastructure.
Bike & Rail
To discover the beauty of the Venosta Valley, one of the most beautiful spots in the Alps, a train and a bicycle are all you need .
Aside from the old Curon church steeple rising out of lake Resia, the Ortler, South Tyrol’s highest mountain peak (3,905 m asl), is the Venosta Valley’s most famous symbol.