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Italian Ski Areas
  • Dolomiti SuperskiOffering 1200 km of slopes and 450 lifts, includes resorts: Cortina d'Ampezzo, Kronplatz, Alta Badia, Val Gardena...
  • Skirama Dolomiti Adamello BrentaOffering 380 km of slopes and 150 lifts, includes resorts: Madonna di Campiglio, Tonale - Ponte di Legno, Paganella, Monte Bondone...
  • "Milky Way" VialatteaOffering 400km of piste, 140 ski slopes, includes resorts: Cesana, Claviere, Sauze d'Oulx, Sestriere...
  • Aosta ValleyOffering 700 km of slopes in 23 resorts, includes resorts:Monterosaski, Breuil-Cervinia, Pila, La Thulie, Courmayeur...
  • AbruzzoOffering 385 km of slopes, includes resorts: Roccaraso, Rivisondoli, Ovindoli, Campo Felice...

How to travel to the following Italian ski resorts:

Paganella, Madonna Di Campiglio, Civetta, Marmolada, Sellaronda, Tre Valli,
Val Gardena, Val Di Fassa, San Martino Di Castrozza and Kronplatz.

If you plan to travel by plane
From the UK you will almost always find it cheaper to use a budget airline when flying to most of Italian ski resorts. However, if you want to fly in more comfort, or the budget airline timetable don't suit you, it's worth checking the websites of British Airways and Alitalia, who sometimes have good offers. Budget airlines flying to Italy include : Ryanair, Easyjet, BMI.
Please see the list of ski areas with relevant airport information below.

If you are planning to travel by train
You can catch a Eurostar from London Waterloo or Ashford in Kent to Paris, connecting with the overnight train to Verona and then a local train to your ski region followed by transfer to the resort via a regular SAD bus service.

If you plan to travel by car
The heart of Dolomites lies around 750 miles (12 hours) from Calais, with road tolls costing around €50. The route will take you through France, Germany and Austria before reaching the Italian border .

Main Ski Areas and nearest airports

Ski Area - Val Di Sole/Paganella
  • the nearest "V. Catullo" of Verona-Villafranca (125 km)
  • Brescia (170 km)
  • Bergamo/Milano (220 km)
  • Treviso (180 km)
  • Malpensa/Milano (300 km)
  • Linate/Milano (260 km)
  • Bologna (265 km)
  • Venezia (210 km)
Ski Area - Madonna Di Campiglio Pinzolo
  • Verona-Villafranca (170 km)
  • Brescia (120 km)
  • Bergamo/Milano (170 km)
  • Treviso (220 km)
  • Malpensa/Milano (330 km)
  • Linate/Milano (300 km)
  • Bologna (290 km)
  • Venezia  (250 km)
Ski Area -  Civetta / Marmolada
  • Venice airport Marco Polo (120 km)
  • Treviso airport San Giuseppe  (97 km)
Ski Area - Tre Valli
  • Valerio Catullo in Verona (90 km)
  • Gabriele d’Annunzio in Brescia (135 km)
  • Marco Polo in Venice (163 km)
  • Orio al Serio in Bergamo (180 km)
  • Linate and Malpensa airports in Milan (about 250 km).
Ski Area - Val Di Fassa
  • Venice (175km)
  • Verona (180km)
  • Innsbruck (190)
  • Orio al Serio (BG)( 250km)
  • Munich (320km)
  • Milan (350km)
Ski Area - Val Gardena
  • Verona (190 km)
  • Innsbruck (150 km)
  • Milan (300 km)
  • Munich (300 km)
Ski Area - Arabba / Sellaronda
  • Bolzano (77km)
  • Treviso san Giuseppe(165 km)
  • Venice Marco Polo(184 km)
Ski Area - Kronplatz
  • Bozen (85 km)
  • Innsbruck (115 km)
  • Munich (250 km)
  • Verona (240 km)
  • Milan (350 km)
Ski Area - San Martino Di Castrozza
  • Venezia (95 km)
  • Treviso (85 km)
  • Verona (170 km)
  • Milano (345 km)

How to get to the Austrian Ski Resorts Austria Skiing

If you plan to travel by plane

If you want to fly direct to the area, the nearest airports are Bozen, Verona and Innsbruck (Austria). Ryanair flies to Venice, Verona and Klagenfurt (Austria), while EasyJet operates flights to Venice and Munich (Germany).

If you plan to travel by car

You will first need to take a car ferry to the French port of Calais, and then travel over 750miles to reach the ski resort. The route is fairly direct, and most of it is along well-maintained highways.

If you plan to travel by train

The trip involves four connections and a bus transfer to the resort. Daily Eurostar trains leave London for Paris. From Paris’ gare de l’Est, an overnight train goes to Munich, from where there are numerous onward connections to Salzburg and then on to Spittal via Eurocity trains. Regular buses run from Spittal to the resort. For further details please see the information on our resort info pages.


Whichever type of transport you choose we wish you a pleasant and safe journey.

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