Getting to Val di Fassa

Val di Fassa is a popular ski destination and getting there is easy. There are several airports within a relatively short transfer time by hire car or private transfer. Alternatively you can get to Val di Fassa by train and bus from Trento and Bolzano.

With the combination of the breathtaking scenery of the Dolomites, extensive skiing and easy access, it is little wonder that Val di Fassa is such a popular destination. There are several airports within easy reach, the Verona- Innsbruck motorway has a number of exits for the Val di Fassa and the area is also accessible by train and bus from the cities of Trento and Bolzano.

Airports nearest to Val di Fassa

The closest airport to Val di Fassa is Bolzano (45 km) but there are no services there from UK airports, although there are internal Italian services to Rome. The next closest airports are Treviso (155 km) and Innsbruck in Austria (157 km), which both have international flights from national carriers and low-cost airlines like RyanAir and EasyJet.  Venice (170 km) and and Milan/Bergamo (260 km) have even more flights to choose from.

Transfers from the Airport to Val di Fassa ski resorts

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Driving to the Val di Fassa

A car in the Val di Fassa can enhance the enjoyment of the area, but it must be pointed out that most skiers from Italy and other European countries (except from Britain) also have cars, and traffic and parking can be a problem at peak times.

It should be noted that there is an efficient ski bus service for getting between the villages and ski areas, with the exception of Moena so if you plan to stay in Moena and to ski in the Val di Fassa, a car is essential.

The main artery to the Val di Fassa is the motorway A22, which runs south to north from Verona to the Brenner Pass and on to Innsbruck in Austria. Coming from the north, turn off at the Bolzano Nord exit and then via Nova Levante and Passo Cotsalunga proceed onto Vigo di Fassa. From the south, take the Egna/Ora exit and proceed via Cavalese, and Predazzo onto Moena.

The other roads into the Val di Fassa all involve scenic journeys over mountain passes, and they are:

SS 346 – Passo San Pellegrino to Moena
SS 641 – Passo Fedaia to Canazei
SS   48 – Passo Pordoi to Canazei
SS 242 – Passo Sella to Canazei.

Car hire is available from all of the airports listed above and there may be a variation in price between Italy and Austria. Many motorways in Italy are toll roads, but unlike Austria or Switzerland, you don’t have to buy a ‘vignette’ and you just pay as you go. Be sure that when you book your rental car that it is equipped with winter tyres, or you will have to pay more on arrival.

Transfers by bus and rail to Val di Fassa

Each weekend during the ski season, from December to April, there is a scheduled bus transfer called ‘Fly Ski Shuttle’ to Val di Fassa from Verona, Treviso and Venice airports. From Verona, two services run in each direction on Saturdays, and from Venice and Treviso there is one service daily in each direction, each Saturday and Sunday. For further information and booking, please see www.trentinoviaggi.it

The closest train stations to the Val di Fassa are in Bolzano (40 km) and Trento (80 km). There are good services to these cities from anywhere in Italy (and Austria) and for timetables and fares please check the web site of the Italian rail network ‘FS’ www.trenitalia.com. If you plan to travel by train, remember to validate your ticket, using the yellow validation machines on the platform, before you board the train or you could be fined.

From either city, there are good local bus connections to Val di Fassa. The journey from Bolzano by bus takes about 1.5 hrs and from Trento about 2 hrs.  There are also daily buses from Venice and Milan to the Val di Fassa.

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