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Courmayeur ski resort Travel and transfer information

By car
The Valle d'Aosta is easy to get to and you can travel around the area comfortably by car, motorcycle and camper, thanks to its extensive road network. A significant number of the tourists who visit the region come from the surrounding areas.

Turin connects directly with the A5 motorway and is only 55 km from Pont-Saint-Martin, the "Eastern" gate to the Valle and the first town you come to as you enter Valle d'Aosta; 98 km from the regional capital, Aosta (Aosta Est exit) and 136 from Courmayeur.

Coming from Milan (164 Km), you take the A4 motorway and then at the Santhià motorway junction, you take the section towards Aosta.
The journey takes no time at all for those coming from Genoa (226 km). The motorway network in Valle d'Aosta is in good condition and has an average amount of traffic although it is busier at the weekend.
The internal road network is also well developed and the main roads along the side valleys are usable all year round, except for some mountain passes (the Piccolo and Gran San Bernardo - are generally accessible only between May and October ). You can also approach the Valle from the French and Swiss sides through the Monte Bianco and Gran San Bernardo Tunnels, taking the main SS 26 and 27 roads, respectively.

The Mont Blanc Valley is reachable by the national road 26 and the highway A5 Torino-Aosta-Courmayeur. For the driveway from France, Switzerland and North Europe, we recommend the Mont Blanc Tunnel and the Gran San Bernardo Tunnel. During the summertime the Gran San Bernardo pass and the Piccolo San Bernardo pass are also open.

Courmayeur skiing holidays
The nearest airports are: Aosta, Turin (Caselle), Milan (Malpensa and Linate) and Geneva.
For information about flights from and to Aosta:
Airvallée Tel +39 0165 303303 - fax 0165 303305 - [email protected]

Distances from Courmayeur
Airports: Turin Caselle 150 km, Milan Malpensa 212 km, Milan Linate 235 km, Geneva Cointrin 106 km, Bergamo Orio al Serio 259 km.
Cities: Aosta 37 km, Turin 140 km, Milan 217 km, Bologna 440 km, Florence 510 km, Genoa 285 km, Neaples 1000 km, Rome (through Genoa) 784 km, Venice 480 km, Chamonix 22 km, Paris 618 km, Megève 60 km, Annecy 135 km, Martigny 118 km.

Public bus service in the town of Courmayeur, in the Mont Blanc Valley, for Chamonix and from the main cities of the north of Italy.
The railway ends to Pré-Saint-Didier.
For information:
- Autolinee SAVDA (local transports and interregional links) tel. +39 0165 842031
- Fs Informa Italian Railways tel. 892021

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