Laas / Lasa
Laas is famous for its marble and also known as ‘marble town’. It is believed that the marble was found by the Romans, but only since the mid-1800s has it been extracted from a quarry.
Leave from Laas to discover the beauty of South Tyrol by public transport. Timetables of services stopping at Laas are available to help you plan your journey.
South Tyrol's marble capital
The Lasa marble quarry dates back to ancient Roman times. It is here that the famous marble is extracted.
Vom „Weißwasserbruch“ bringt eine Transportseilbahn die Marmorblöcke auf eine andere Talseite.
St. John's parish church
The parish church was built in the 12th century.
This church, which is one of the oldest in the Venosta Valley (11th century), is located not far from the western village border.
„Pfeiler und Koundl“
The “Pfeiler und Koundl” irrigation system is Lasa’s most famous symbol.
The train station Laas/Lasa is fully accessible.
Network maps indicate all public transport services to and from Laas. Maps also show location of railway station, town centre and main bus stops in Laas. You can use this information for travel by car or bicycle, or on foot.