The "Garni San Paolo" is situated in the district of Appiano in the community of San Paolo (391 m sea-level).

The building has a typical South Tirol architecture and has bean renovated in 2015. Moreover, it is surrounded by archards that mark out the area, run by the Miss Lujeta.


"Garni San Paolo" offers a rapid service, with a pleasant and approachable staff!


You can reach the Garni in about 10 minutes from the motorway (A22) exit of Bolzano Sud, trough the provincial road that take to Appiano, in proximity of the junction to the town of San Paolo.

You can also reach it by bus from the mail coach station, near the railroad station of Bolzano; the bus stop is in front of the Garni.

In five minute you can reach many places of Appiano by car:

  • Gree "Schloss Freudenstein", equipped by a staff of the best professionals;
  • Gree with nine holes called "Blu Monster" in the vicinity of Missiano (surrounded by archards)
  • Still in five minutes (15 by bike) you can get to Caldaro lake, provided with structures for bathing and famous for sailing.
  • In the direction of Cornaiano there are two lakes of Monticolo, situated in bright one forest, suitable for bathing, fishing and during the winter for ice skating.
  • The city of Bolzano, rich of medieval story, is reachable in less theb ten minutes by car or bus and 15 by bike.
  • In 20 minutes you can also reach the splendid city of Merano, cradle od culture: you must see the gardens of "Trautmannsdorf" and the hot springs baths. Ladies have also a good opportunity to go shopping.

After the recent problems caused by the street name can tell our customers that if you want to find more easily is invited to follow this link

Bici,Ciclabile,Ciclismo,fiori,fioritura,Insegna,melo in fiore,Naturno,Nessuno,segnaletica, sanpaolo, appiano, strada del vino, garni, bz

Marketinggesellschaft Meran/Frieder Blickle

Alto Adige,Cabina,Cabinovia,Funivia panoramica Texel,impianto di risalita,Nessuno,panorama montano,Parcines,vista,vista,Vista valle

Associazione Turistica Parcines/Helmuth Rier