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The Deutschnonsberg area FAQ
Frequent questions and answers about the Deutschnonsberg area
The Deutschnonsberg area FAQ

The Deutschnonsberg area FAQ

Frequent questions and answers about the Deutschnonsberg area

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) are a list of the most common questions visitors ask when planning holidays in Merano and Environs. Questions and answers can be found in this section.
Can I take my dog hiking with me?
Dogs may accompany you on all hikes; they should, however, be kept on a leash out of consideration for the other animals. This is, in fact, the law.
Local Tax: when it was introduced and for what it will be used?
In 2014 a local tax was introduced in South Tyrol. The revenue from this tax will be used for the expansion and maintenance of local infrastructure and services, as well as for the organization of various cultural and sports events.
The local tax will be levied at all lodging establishments, on a per-guest and per-overnight-stay basis. The amount is contingent upon the category of the establishment. Children and adolescents under 14 years of age are exempt from levy.
The local tax is payable upon departure and is listed separately on the invoice.
What kind of bus tickets can be used for different types of journeys?
-Value cards: all around South Tyrol
-Weekly card BusCard Merano & surroundings: Scena, Merano, Avelengo, Verano, San Genesio Atesino, Tirolo, Rifiano, Passeier Valley, Lana, Ulten Valley, Foiana, Fondo, Marlengo, Lagundo, Parcines, Naturno and Schnals valley. In addition all city lines inside Merano.
-Mobilcard South Tyrol: all public transport in South Tyrol
Where can I buy a bus ticket?
Individual tickets and value cards can be purchased on the bus. Weekly bus tickets (BusCard Merano and surroundings), value cards and MobilCards are available at the tourist office.
Where do weekly markets take place?
Merano/Meran
market near the train station on Fridays
small market near the train station on Tuesdays
farmers’ market on Saturday

Lana
market at Lorenzerpark on Fridays

Bozen
market at Siegesplatz square on Saturdays
Where can I get a fishing license?
Fishing licenses are available at the tourist office (ID required).
Validity: 10 years
Costs: € 32.00
Day passes are available at:
Lauregno/Laurein: Gasthaus Stern
Senale/Unsere liebe Frau im Walde
San Felice/St. Felix: Gasthof Greti and Gasthaus Waldruhe
Where can I find a gas station?
Alta Val di Non: in Fondo
Where can I find a pharmacy?
Alta Val di Non/Deutschnonsberg: pharmacy in Fondo
How do I find available accommodations?
On our website you can search for available accommodation. We are happy to assist you in regard to accommodation by telephone, +39 0463 530 088
How can I contact the turist office of the Deutschnonsberg area?
You can contact the tourist office of the Deutschnonsberg area info@deutschnonsberg.it or tel. +39 0473 530 088
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