How to reach Dolomites

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How to reach Corvara in Badia

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 By car

If you are planning to drive to Alta Badia, these are the most convenient routes:
Arriving from North Brennero motorway A22 - exit Bressanone/Varna, road SS49 (Val Pusteria road) until San Lorenzo then Val Badia road SS244 until Alta Badia
Arriving from South Motorway A27 to Ponte nelle Alpi, road SS203 (Agordino road) to Arabba, Passo Campolongo, Alta Badia.
Motorway A27 to Belluno, road SS51 to Cortina d'Ampezzo, Passo Falzarego, Alta Badia Brennero motorway A22 exit - Chiusa, road SS242 (Val Gardena road), Passo Gardena, Alta Badia

By train and bus

The nearest train stations to Alta Badia are:
Brunico - 38 Km
Bressanone - 70 Km
Bolzano (via Passo Gardena) - 70 Km
Bolzano (via Brunico) - 100 Km
By plane
The nearest airports to Alta Badia:
Bolzano, 100km
Verona, 250km
Treviso, 180km
Venice, 200km
Bergamo, 310km
Innsbruck, 130km
SAD for bus transfers in Alto Adige: www.sad.it
SII for bus transfers in Val Badia: www.sii.bz.it

How to reach Cortina d’Ampezzo

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 By car

As you drive in the direction of Cortina from Venice, past Longarone and the villages of Tai and Valle in Cadore, you enter the valley of the river Boite, with the impressive mount Pelmo on your left and mount Antelao on your right. After a few miles, past the village of San Vito, the most spectacular view is going to disclose in front of your eyes: the Ampezzo valley in all its beauty, surrounded by its magic mountains, and Cortina with its tower bell, sitting right in the middle.
This is the main way to reach Cortina, and the only one that does not demand driving through mountain passes.
The National Road 51 of Alemagna runs through Cortina in the north-south direction and the National Road 48bis of the Dolomites from east to west.
Driving from south, that is from Belluno-Venice (SS51 of Alemagna), you will find the signposts for Passo Tre Croci – Auronzo – Misurina (SS48bis of the Dolomites), on the east; Dobbiaco - Bolzano – Brennero (SS51 of Alemagna) on the north; Passo Falzarego and Passo Pordoi (SS48bis of the Dolomites) on the west.

By train

The main railway line is Venezia S.Lucia – Calalzo di Cadore,
The nearest railway station is at Calalzo di Cadore, 35 km away.
On the north there is the Fortezza-Dobbiaco railway line.From Innsbruck, there are trains leaving each hour from 11,30am to 8,00pm.
Eurostar Italia services run from Rome to Milan for Mestre/Cortina and in the night, Treno Notte services run from Rome to Calalzo.
The initiative allows you to travel by Eurostar Italia from Rome (Roma Termini station) and from Milan to Mestre (mainland Venice). From Mestre, special shuttle buses wait to take you to Cortina, with connections coinciding with the arrival/departure times of your train.

By Bus

There are several bus services please refer to www.dolomiti.org in order to get all the information you need.

How to reach Val Gardena

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 By car

Val Gardena can be reached using the Brenner Motorway (A 22).
Coming from north, follow the route Innsbruck - Brennero - Chiusa.
Coming from south, follow Verona - Trento - Bolzano. Take the Chiusa/Val Gardena exit. Following the well- marked roads, you should reach Ortisei in about 20 minutes, then S. Cristina and Selva Gardena. At the end of the valley, you come to the Dolomite pass ways. They are only a few minutes away. You do not need a car to get around in Val Gardena. The lifts depart directly from the individual towns and there is also a very convenient bus service. Many guests arrive in the valley by train, plane or coach.

By train

From Germany, Austria, the Netherlands and Belgium, there are good IC and EC connections, coming from Munich, Innsbruck, Brennero to Bressanone or Bolzano. Some trains stop in Chiusa. A bus service transports you from Bressanone and Bolzano almost every hour to Val Gardena. Some hotels arrange.

By Plane

The nearest airports are in Bolzano, Innsbruck, Verona, Munich, Bergamo and Milan. From the UK and Ireland to the following airports:
In addition: a helicopter service (for further info see www.elikos.it)
Bolzano airport
Tel. +39/0471/255255 Verona airport
Tel. +39/045/8095666 Treviso airport
Tel +39/0422/315111 Bergamo airport
Tel. +39/035/326323 Airport Innsbruck
Tel. +43 0512 225 25-161

For Val di Fassa, Val di Zoldo and Agrodino Valley please use the descriptions of Val Gardena and Cortina d'Ampezzo.

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