Mals / Malles
With its 5,000 inhabitants, Mals is situated in the upper part of the Venosta Valley, of which it is considered to be the ‘capital’. Mals is the last station on the railway line. Many bus and train connections are available from here to travel on to Austria and Switzerland.
Leave from Mals to discover the beauty of South Tyrol by public transport. Timetables of services stopping at Mals are available to help you plan your journey.
St. Benedict's church
This Romanesque church is the most famous attraction in Mals.
Tartscher Bichl / Tarces hill
Enjoy the scenic view of the valley.
Marienberg Abbey Burgeis
Europe’s highest Benedictine abbey rises majestically over Burgeis.
Fröhlich tower Mals
The impressive 33 metre Romanesque tower dates back to 1247.
The Stundenweg path - from monastery to monastery
Presented along this path are 24 panels with thoughts about other worlds and times.
The train station Mals/Malles is fully accessible.
Network maps indicate all public transport services to and from Mals. Maps also show location of railway station, town centre and main bus stops in Mals. You can use this information for travel by car or bicycle, or on foot.