Holidays for Everyone in Parcines
Enjoying an open-air holiday available to everyone in Parcines, Rablà and Tel
Holidays for Everyone in Parcines
Holidays for Everyone in Parcines
Holidays for Everyone in Parcines
Holidays for Everyone in Parcines
Holidays for Everyone in Parcines

Holidays for Everyone in Parcines

Enjoying an open-air holiday available to everyone in Parcines, Rablà and Tel

The holidays are the best time of the year. Simply switching off for a while, enjoying the peace and quiet, experiencing something new and breathing in the fresh mountain air. A holiday with a wheelchair needs to be planned well. For this reason you will find plenty of useful information here - from the right accommodation to suggestions for disability-friendly trips in Parcines and the surrounding area.

Experiencing nature in Parcines
The holiday region of Parcines has pleasant hiking trails both in the valley and on the mountains for wheelchair users. Walks along the flat Val Veosta cycle trail, the Via Claudia Augusta, are particularly recommended, with a break at the idyllic lake in Rablà.
Wheelchair-friendly cable car in Partschins - Funivia Riolagundo

Trip to lofty heights

The panoramic Aschbach/Riolagundo cable car has accessible mountain and valley stations and will transport you from Rablà up to 1,342 metres above sea level. From the mountain station you can explore the little mountain village of Aschbach by wheelchair, enjoy the breathtaking view, walk along the forest adventure trail or Eggersteig track, and visit the wonderful little Church of Mary of the Snows (Maria Schnee).
Cablecar Aschbach/Rio Lagundo, Rabland/Partschins
Cablecar Aschbach/Rio Lagundo, Rabland/Partschins
Straight up to the cylists’ and hikers’ paradise at Aschbach/Riolagundo and Vigiljoch/San Vigilio. ... simply take the Panorama Cable Car to Aschbach and the ...
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Trips to lofty heights: our barrier-free excursion tips for nature lovers
Here you will find a selection of barrier-free excursions with tour description and elevation profile. Most of the paths are wide forest paths, or asphalted. You are welcome to contact us for further information
Aschbach/Rio Lagundo - Eggersteig path - Quadrat - Rabland/Rablà
all hiking routes
Aschbach/Rio Lagundo - Eggersteig path - Quadrat - Rabland/Rablà
The Aschbach/Rio Lagundo cable car quickly ascends to 1,362 m, bringing visitors up to the attractive village of Aschbach/Rio Lagundo, one of the ...
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Round Trip Bad Egart
all hiking routes, Path suitable for baby carriages
Round Trip "Bad Egart"
Bad Egart is considered the oldest spa in Tyrol. The spring has been used for drinking and bathing cures since 1430, but probably as early as Roman ...
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Round trip through the apple orchards
all hiking routes, Path suitable for baby carriages
Round trip through the apple orchards
Round trip through the apple orchards of Partschins/Parcines with the whole family suitable for children and buggies! Tour Start Village centre of ...
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Family Kul-Tour - round trip
all hiking routes, Path suitable for baby carriages
Family "Kul-Tour" - round trip

Culture round trip

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Radtour Rabland - Meran - St. Leonhard im Passeiertal
Cycling & E-Bike, Tours, Road biking
Radtour Rabland - Meran - St. Leonhard im Passeiertal
Fahrradspaß pur auf der Radstrecke entlang der Etsch von Rabland nach Meran und weiter ins wunderschöne Passeiertal nach St. Leonhard!
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Etschradweg - Etappe Rabland - Bozen
Cycling & E-Bike, Tours, Road biking
Etschradweg - Etappe Rabland - Bozen
Genussrad von März bis November: erleben Sie Fahrradspaß pur auf der Radstrecke entlang der Etsch von Rabland nach Bozen! Das milde angenehme Klima ...
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Cultural experiences in Parcines
Our wheelchair-friendly museums
Typewriter Museum Peter Mitterhofer
Typewriter Museum Peter Mitterhofer
The museum offers an insight to the 100-year history of the typewriter, ranging from the first wooden typewriter invented by Peter Mitterhofer from ...
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Bad Egart Royal and Imperial Museum
Bad Egart Royal and Imperial Museum
A real paradise for fans of the Habsburg Monarchy with a fantastic collection of antiques and other interesting items! Bad Egart is South Tyrol’s oldest spa ...
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Train world museum
Train world museum
This incredible collection covers some 1,000 sq.mt. and extends over three floors. Older and younger visitors marvel at the model engines and coaches and can ...
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Sights in Parcines
Discover the sights of Parcines: four churches, the Tel hydroelectric plant, the biotope in Rablà and the former Roman road, Via Claudia Augusta, which today is a popular cycling and walking track. All of the sights listed here can be visited in a wheelchair
Lake Rabland/Rablà
Lake Rabland/Rablà
Nestled in the Partschins/Parcines mountains, the small village of Rabland/Rablà represents a small and tranquil oasis: a perfect environment for relaxation ...
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Hydro-Electricity Station Töll/Tel
Hydro-Electricity Station Töll/Tel
The hydroelectric plant in Töll/Tel was the first large power plant in South Tyrol, built on the initiative of the Mayor of Meran/Merano and Bozen/Bolzano and ...
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Church Maria Schnee
Church Maria Schnee
The Rio di Lagundo (Aschbach) district is separated from the rest of the city. It is located on Mount Tramontana (Nörderberg) in Val Venosta (Vinschgau) ...
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Grave stone from the Roman era - Via Claudia Augusta
Grave stone from the Roman era - Via Claudia Augusta
At Hochhueben Hof farm in Partschins/Parcines, a feudal holding of the Salzburg Bishops dating to the 14th century, a Roman gravestone has been built into the ...
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Roman milestone of the Via Claudia Augusta
Roman milestone of the Via Claudia Augusta
The discovery of an ancient Roman Milestone proves that the old Roman road, the via Claudia Augusta, which led up and over the Alps, ran through Töll/Tel and ...
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Parish Church of St. Peter and Paul in Partschins
Parish Church of St. Peter and Paul in Partschins
This church was first mentioned in a document in 1264 and rebuilt in late Gothic style in 1502. It is worth mentioning some marble sculptures and mural ...
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New Parish Church of Rabland/Rablà
New Parish Church of Rabland/Rablà
The Christkönigskirche church, also known as the new parish church, was built between 1961 and 1963. The church has a flat-ceiling nave with a separate altar ...
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Using public transport in Parcines

How to use our public transport

Public bus number 213 runs regularly from the centre of Parcines village to Merano town centre or the railway station. The buses have a space for wheelchairs.
In Rablà and Tel we recommend the train, the Val Venosta Valley Railway, which provides a special section of a carriage for passengers using wheelchairs (there are signs identifying the carriage on the outside). The train runs to Merano or in the direction of the Val Venosta valley as far as Malles.
On all other public transport in Parcines and the surrounding area, it is only possible to transport wheelchair users in buses that are specifically marked as being suitable and subject to the space available.

Note: please do not forget to buy a ticket! Only people resident in South Tyrol with an acknowledged civil invalidity level of at least 74% may use public transport free of charge.

More information on the public transport network and timetables can be found here: https://www.suedtirolmobil.info/en/
Wheelchair users can use marked parking spaces for an unlimited period of time. Your disability badge must be clearly visible through the vehicle’s windscreen.

Restricted traffic areas: the blue wheelchair sign at the entrance to a restricted traffic area indicates that vehicles with a disability badge are exempt from the restrictions.

Please note: there are separate rules in Merano and Bolzano. You will only be authorised to drive in the designated zone if you have first lodged details of your disability badge and vehicle registration number with the local authorities. You can fill in an application for authorisation online on the Merano and Bolzano municipal authority websites. Entry to the restricted traffic zones is monitored by video and is strictly controlled.
Here you will find your perfect accommodation
Here you can find our wheelchair-friendly restaurants and bars