Italy’s longest Alpine Coaster is found in South Tyrol in the skiing and hiking area Merano 2000.
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Some 1,900 metres above sea level and 12 metres above the grounds - this must be great. And it truly is! Where to find Italy's longest Alpine Coaster? High above the spa town of Merano, at the heart of the skiing and hiking area Merano 2000. The Alpin Bob Merano 2000 actually features a length of 1.1 km and keeps its doors open in winter and summer alike. The start is easily accessible: Starting in Merano, a bus takes you to the valley station of the Falzeben Cable Car, and within few minutes after the funicular ride you will stand in front of this adventuresome facility.
It has been inaugurated in 2006 and provides fun and action for kids and adults. There are tickets for 1, 5 or even 10 rides. Safety: Children between 3 and 9 years and intellectually disabled people only are allowed to ride with an adult (min. 16 years), kids over 10 years can ride alone.
Alpine Coaster Alpin Bob Merano 2000:
€ 5.00 1 ride (from 10 years on)
€ 22.50 5 rides (from 10 years on)
€ 42.50 10 rides (from 10 years on)
free for children (3-9 years), they must be accompanied by a person of min. 16 years of age
ascent and descent by Falzeben Cable Car:
€ 18.00 adults
€ 16.00 seniors 70+
€ 15.50 young people (16-19 years)
€ 12.50 children (9-15 years)
ascent and descent - family ticket:
€ 25.00 family ticket (2 family members)
€ 37.50 family ticket (3 family members)
€ 50.00 family ticket (4 family members)
€ 62.50 family ticket (5 family members)