Merano: how to get there


Merano is situated in Trentino-South Tyrol region. It is a beautiful city with famous spa center that is worth a visit.

  • Bolzano – Merano

The bus company SASA connects Bolzano and Merano every day. The average journey time is one hour. In Merano buses stop at the station.

Timetable  (winter timetable 2015/16 Bolzano (13/12/2015 – 10/12/2016)): Bolzano – Merano

  • Milan – Merano

Buses Flixbus offers such connections every day. In Milan the bus stops at the bus station Lampugnano (that is close to the metro station Lampugnano M1). Buses also stop in Bergamo (Orio al Serio Airport), Bergamo bus terminal, Peschiera del Garda, Gardaland, Trento (Lungadige Monte Grappa) and Bolzano.  In Merano Terme buses stop in  Via Piave. Tickets cost from 9 EUR, the full price is 39,50 €. Buses make 3 connections per day. The average journey time is  5 hours 25 minutes.

Timetable (updated 15.09.16)*: Milan – Merano Terme

*Before the depature always check the timetable on the official website of Flixbus as it can be modified.

  • Rome – Merano

Buses Flixbus offers such connections every day. In Rome buses stop at the bus station Tiburtina, whilst in Merano Terme in Via Piave. Average joruney time is 9 hours  25 minutes. Buses operate only once per day. The cost starts from 9 EUR, the whole price is 59,50 EUR.

Timetable and bus stops (updated15.09.16)*: Rome – Merano – Rome

*Before the depature always check the timetable on the official website of Flixbus as it can be modified.

Merano Terme
  • Trains

It is also possible to reach Merano by train. All trains first go to Bolzano. To arrive to Merano from Bolzano takes about 40 minutes. The train station is situated in the city center.





FlixBus company


Flixbus is a young bus company established in 2013. At the begining it was a small German start-up, now it is an European leader in the bus transportation. In 2015  the company strated its international expansion by creating domestic lines  in Italy, France, Austria and the Netherlands as well as international lines in Scandinavian countries, Spain, England and Central Europe. You can check the map of FlexBus‘s long distance lines: Flixbus 

In recent years there are around 50 millions of passangers that choose Flixbus. Now (2016) there are 90 destinations and 20 countries that are connected by buses. Flixbus connects Eurpean cities with around 100.000 trips.

The company is well-known for its easy way of tickets booking (APP FlixBus) and for its wide range of connections. What is more, Flixbus offers to its passangers free WI-FI and traceability by GPS.


FlixBus connects following cities in Italy: Ancona, Bari, Bergamo, Bologna, Brescia, Brindisi, Ferrara, Florence, Foggia, Genova, Grosseto, Lecce, Livorno, Lugano, Milan, Modena, Naples, Novara, Padova, Pescara, Piacenza, Pisa, Reggio Emilia, Rimini, Rome, Turin, Trento, Trieste, Verona, Venice.

Some lines and timetable of Flixbus:

Ferrara: how to get there

Rimini: how to get there

Milan Venice: connections

Rome Naples: connections

Verona: connections

Merano: connections

Bolzano: connections