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How to get to Cortina


By car. The highway exits are A27-Belluno south (72km) and A22-Bressanone north (87km). If you are travelling from a southern origin you can easily get to Cortina d’Ampezzo on the A27motorway from Mestre to pian di Vedoja (Belluno) which connects with the state road strada statale 51 d’Alemagna.
It takes roughly 2 hours from Mestre. From the A22 Brennero motorway, if travelling from the north, on exiting at Bressanone you turn into the state road in the direction of Dobbiaco. It takes roughly an hour to reach Cortina.

By train. One can get to Cortina by train. For he who prefers using this means of travel, the main railway line is Venice S. Lucia – Calalzo di Cadore. Here one can catch a coinciding connecting bus for Cortina. The Padova-Calalzo line is also often used especially for those coming from a north-western direction (Milano). For the timetable one should consult the Trenitalia web site which has information on times and prices.

By bus.. On the Dolomitibus web site one can find the timetable. Furthermore there are connecting busses for Cortina from the Calalzo train station. Last but not least we would like to point out that the nearest airports are Venezia, Treviso, Verona and Innsbruck in Austria.

Airports. The main international airports closer to the Dolomites are the one in Venice (160km) and the one in Monaco (Germany). There also are smaller airports in the region, in Treviso, Verona and Innsbruk (Austria). Also, from Venice you can reach Cortina d’Ampezzo by helicopter. For info about the service, visit the Heliair Venice website.