Off to the Dolomites

Everything you need for a smooth trip to Dolomiti Supersummer

In the heart of Europe and right next to loads of main transport routes, the Dolomites in the sunny southern Alps are easy to reach.

Bon voyage!

Driving to your destination?

Driving to your destination?

Take one of the following routes if coming by car:
  • Brennerautobahn A22 
    There are tolls in both Italy and Austria

  • Felbertauern and Lienz, East Tyrol (A)
    Travelling along the state road (B100-E66) is the best way to come from southern Germany on the Felbertauernstraße. There’s no toll on this road.


Heading on holiday by train?

Reach South Tyrol by national rail service whether you’re coming from Germany (Deutsche Bahn), Austria (Österreichische Bundesbahnen) or Switzerland (Schweizerische Bundesbahnen). South Tyrolean and Italian trains connect the fifteen Dolomiti Superski regions for low-emission transport options. Find out more on the websites of the national and regional train companies.

Coming by plane?

Coming by plane?

Bolzano Airport
Fly to the Dolomites with Sky Alps. Whether you’re coming from Hamburg, Berlin, Düsseldorf and Kassel (Germany), Rome, Cagliari, Lamezia Terme, Brindisi, Olbia and Catania (Italy), Ibiza (Spain), Brac and Dubrovnic (Croatia).


Please note: flight times may vary, so we recommend that you always check the actual times at


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

Coming by bus?


Long-distance buses

The following companies have routes to the Dolomites: 
•    Südtirol Bus
•    Flixbus
•    Südtirol Transfer
•    Several bus companies based in Munich offer routes from Bavaria to South Tyrol.