Getting to Cortina d’Ampezzo

The nearest airports to Cortina d’Ampezzo are Venice Treviso and Venice Marco Polo airports, both less than a two hour drive to the resort. Innsbruck airport, Austria, is also convenient for Cortina.

Nearest Airports to Cortina d’Ampezzo

The nearest Italian airports to Cortina are Canova di Treviso and Venice Marco Polo airports. Other options in Italy are Verona airport and across the border in Austria include Innsbruck to the north and Klagenfurt to the east.

Canova di Treviso airport – 136km / 1 hour 45 minutes
Venice Marco Polo airport – 148km / 1 hour 50 minutes
Innsbruck airport – 164km / 2 hours 10 minutes
Klagenfurt airport – 228km / 2 hours 45 minutes
Verona airport 265 km / 2 hours 55 minutes

Airport Transfers to Cortina d’Ampezzo

Ski-Lifts Airport Transfers to Cortina

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AVTO Bus Services from Airports to Cortina

ATVO Bus Service operates a competitively priced bus transfer services between Venice Marco Polo and Canovoa di Treviso airports to Cortina d’Ampezzo. Tickets, which must be booked before boarding, can be purchased online, at automated ticket machines at the airports and at ATVO ticket offices and other authorised resellers. Email: [email protected]:

Getting to Cortina d’Ampezzo by Rail

There used to be a train line through Cortina and up to Dobbiacco to the north, but it’s now a big cross country ski route over the dramatic pass. The nearest rail links are now Calalzo to the south (35km) and Dobbiacco to the north (32km), It’s a 2 hour 30 min by Trenitalia rail from Venezia Mestre to Calalzo then 45 minutes (32 km) by bus from Calalzo via Pieve di Cadore to Cortina.

Driving to Cortina d’Ampezzo

From Venice Marco Polo Airport follow the A27 partial toll road to Ponte Nelle Alpi (90km) then exit the motorway and follow the SS51 (58km) to Cortina d’Ampezzo. From Treviso airport, north of Venice, head east on SR53 / SR89 as far as the A27 (10km) then follow the A27/SS51 as above.

From or through Austria take the A12/E60 motorway to Knoten Innsbruck then follow signs for A13/E45 toward Italy/Bozen/Brenner/Innsbruck-Süd/E533. Follow the E45 motorway across the Brenner Pass into Italy towards Bressanone Brixen then follow E66/SS49/SP244 and signs for Cortina d’Ampezzo.

If dirving across the Brenner Pass be sure to stop at the Plessi Museum service station at the border between Austria and Italy. Designed by Carlo Costa, the innovative architectural building hosts a permanent exhibition dedicated to the art of Fabrizio Plessi (b. 1940), one of the most internationally regarded and renowned contemporary Italian masters.

Driving distances to Cortina d’Ampezzo and approximate journey times:

London 1,370 km / 14 hours 30 minutes
Paris 1,098 km / 11 hours
Frankfurt 716 km / 7 hours 20 minutes
Munich 321km / 4 hours
Innsbruck 165 km / 2 hours 30 minutes
Zurich 447 km / 5 hours 15 minutes
Milan 411km / 4 hours 20 minutes
Rome 673km / 6 hours 40 minutes

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