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?
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 German-speaking countries, you can travel with Deutsche Bahn (German Railways), Österreichische Bundesbahnen (Austrian Railways) and Schweizerischen Bundesbahnen (Swiss Railways).
The twelve valleys of the Dolomites are easy to access via the South Tyrolean railways and Italian railways. Don’t forget to check the website of the local and regional trains.
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- Bergamo - Val Gardena - Innsbruck
- Cortina - airport Treviso - airport Venedig
- Alta Badia - airport Treviso - airport Venedig
- 3 Zinnen Dolomites - Cortina - airport Treviso - airport Venice - Venice Mestre FS
- Venice - Bergamo - Verona - Val di Fiemme - Val di Fassa
- Venice - Bergamo - Verona - San Martino di Castrozza
- from/to Civetta (Alleghe/Vald di Zoldo/Selva di Cadore) with Civetta Ski Shuttle
Another tip: long-distance buses! For example, several Munich bus companies offer routes from the Bavarian capital to South Tyrol.