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Where do you fly into for the Dolomites?

Where do you fly into for the Dolomites?

The main international airports closer to the Dolomites are the one in Venice (160km) and the one in Munich (Germany). There also are smaller airports in the region, in Treviso, Verona and Innsbruk (Austria). We recommend flying to Venice (Marco Polo) as a first choice. Once in Venice you can take a bus to Cortina.

How do I get to the Italian Dolomites?

There are many ways to get to the Dolomites in Italy. The easiest way would be to fly into nearby cities in Europe (like Venice, Zurich, or Munich) and then driving into the Dolomites by car. There are lots of airports to choose from, it all depends on the route you want to take.

Can you take a train to the Dolomites?

Considered the gateway to the Dolomites, Bolzano (which also appears as Bozen on maps and road signs) is easily reachable by train or car from Italy’s major cities. If you’re planning to hike or bike the region, arriving to Bolzano by train makes the most sense.

Is the Dolomites worth visiting?

The Dolomites are clean, safe and welcoming and are ideal for families to visit and explore together. There are plenty of family-friendly locations and activities, and enough variety to keep everyone happy. Get our Ultimate Active Travel Guide to prepare for your next active vacation.

What city is closest to Dolomites?

Belluno: The alpine town of Belluno is considered the gateway to the Dolomites. Nestled between the Piave and Ardo rivers, this charming city is surrounded by meadows and rolling hills, making it the perfect home base for mountain biking, and trekking.

Are the Dolomites worth seeing?

The Dolomites are known for being a great place to visit in the summer months as well as the winter months. Europe, the Dolomites included, have some of the most breathtaking hiking trails in the universe. For the genuine adrenaline seekers, paragliding and base jumping can be done here too.

Which airport is closest to the Dolomites?

Venice Treviso
Getting to the Dolomites Airports: The nearest airports are Venice Treviso (for budget European airlines such as Ryanair) and Venice Marco Polo.

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When should I visit the Dolomites?

Some tourists prefer to travel to the Dolomites during the summer, between May and September, when the weather is pleasantly warm and the mountains lively and colorful. Early spring, when crocuses, Alpine snowdrops and scented bushes of Daphne bloom through the melting snow, is equally beautiful.

How do you get from Milan to Dolomites?

The quickest way to get from Milan to the Dolomites would be by car. The drive is just over three hours to the South Tyrol region, and takes you through the town of Brescia and along Lake Garda in the Lakes District. The second fastest option would be a combination of driving and taking the train.

What is the best time to hike the Dolomites?

The best time to hike and trek the Italian Dolomites is when the European Alps summer hiking season officially starts, which is in the second weekend of June and ends on the second last weekend in September. The Italian Dolomite mountains offer some of the best weather in all of the Alps.

What’s the best way to travel to the Dolomites?

The Dolomites are made for a road trip (much more on that later), and renting your own car upon arrival at the airport is also the most practical way to travel onward into the heart of the region. It is possible to do it by train, but just be aware that it usually involves a connection or two and anywhere from 3-5 hours of travel.

When to hire a car in the Dolomites?

Hiring a car gives you a bit more freedom and flexibility when you are in the Dolomites. This we recommend in the summer but not for the winter holidays. We are happy to help find the best and cheapest travel arrangements.

Is there a bus from Pieve to Dolomites?

The third week of June to the second week of September is approximately full season and there are buses to Cortina, Tai di Cadore (5 minutes by bus or taxi to Pieve and 30 minutes to Auronzo) and San Candido. Thereafter a much reduced service runs only to Tai di Cadore and Cortina.

How to get to Dolomiti Superski from Munich?

Shuttle bus services travel to the Dolomiti Superski region several times a day from all airports. Another tip: long-distance buses! For example, several Munich bus companies offer routes from the Bavarian capital to South Tyrol.