Getting to Alpe Lusia/San Pellegrino

Getting there

In the heart of Europe and near the main traffic routes, the Dolomites are ideally located in the sunny south of the Alpine range. Dolomiti Superski tells you the best way to get to your destination.

We wish you a pleasant journey!

Travelling by car on your skiing holiday?

Travelling by car on your skiing holiday?

Take one of the following two routes:
  • Brennerautobahn motorway A22: this is a toll road! Motorway fees will be charged both in Italy and Austria.
  • Via Lienz in East Tyrol (A): cross the Austrian-Italian border on the Strada Statale (B100-E66). This option is the ideal way for you to travel from southern Germany via the Felbertauernstraße road. The major advantage is that you don’t need a Vignette toll sticker. 

Winter traffic regulations: All vehicles travelling along the Dolomites road network in the period between 15/11/2021 and 15/04/2022 must be equipped with winter tyres or have snow chains on board.

Don’t forget to check the current traffic situation:



From the Nordic countries you can travel by German, Austrian and Swiss railways. Our Dolomites are easily accessible thanks to the Trentino railways and the Veneto railways:

  • From Belluno railway station: continue by bus Dolomitibus - km 48.
  • From Bolzano railway station: continue with Trentino Trasporti bus  - km 70.



  • Bolzano Dolomites

    at 52 km

  • Innsbruck Airport

    at 160 km

  • Treviso Airport

    at 160 km

  • Venice Airport

    at 170 km

  • Verona Airport

    at 170 km

  • Munich Airport

    at 350 km

  • Bergamo airport

    at 255 km

  • Milano Airport

    at 340 km