OFF TO DOLOMITI SUPERSKI!

Everything you need to know for a safe trip to the Dolomites

Getting to Dolomiti Superski – how to find us

All roads lead to... the slopes! The Dolomites are right in the heart of Europe, close to a number of major transport routes. Whether you’re driving, flying, or coming by bus or train, Dolomiti Superski can tell you how best to reach us.

Bon voyage!

Getting here by car

Getting here by car

If you’d rather drive to the Dolomites, the two best routes to take are:

Brennerautobahn A22 
This is a toll road! Charges apply both in Italy and in Austria.

Felbertauern and Lienz, East Tyrol (A)
You cross the Austria-Italy border on the state road B100-E66. This route is perfect if you’re coming on the Felbertauern Road from southern Germany. You don’t need a motorway toll sticker on this road.
 

Important: follow the winter traffic regulations! From 15 November 2022 to 15 April 2023, cars driving in the Dolomites must have winter tyres or snow chains fitted.

Tip: get live traffic updates here!
•   South Tyrol 
•   Trentino
•   Belluno

 

Getting here by train

You can get here by national rail service whether you’re coming from Germany (Deutsche Bahn), Austria (Österreichische Bundesbahnen) or Switzerland (Schweizerische Bundesbahnen). Once you’re over the border, Südtiroler Bahn and Trenitalia services are an easy and eco-friendly way to get to any of the twelve Dolomite valleys. Find out more on local and regional train network websites.

•    Deutsche Bahn
•    Trenitalia
•    Österreichische Bundesbahnen
•    Schweizer Bundesbahnen
•    South Tyrol local transport

Getting here by plane

Bolzano Airport
The Dolomites are never far away. Whether you’re coming from London, Brussels or Rotterdam, or even Hamburg, Berlin or Dusseldorf, in under three hours Sky Alps will have you in Bolzano/Bozen. From here, you can easily make your way to any of the Dolomiti Superski resorts.

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Other airports

  • Innsbruck Airport

    at 130 km

  • Treviso Airport

    at 170 km

  • Venice Airport

    at 180 km

  • Verona Airport

    at 230 km

  • Munich Airport

    at 330 km

  • Bergamo airport

    at 330 km

  • Milano Airport

    at 360 km

Tip: getting here by coach
There’s always a way to get to the Dolomites! Several bus companies based in Munich offer regular routes from the Bavarian capital to South Tyrol,

To name but a few: 
•    Südtirol Bus
•    Flixbus 
•    Südtirol Transfer