Cortina D'Ampezzo Sport Hotel Pocol

Localita' Pocol, 47, Cortina D'Ampezzo, 32043, Italy
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Travelling to Cortina

by andywing

I'm travelling to Cortina in February and have no idea how to get there

I know that there is an airport at Fiames but no-one appears to fly there

Venice looks the best place to fly to (87 miles away), but can anyone tell me how to get from the airport to Cortina please?

I didn't really want to hire a car

Any help appreciated

Best wishes

Andy

Re: Travelling to Cortina

by hmoitta

We went by train until Calalzo where we took a connecting bus to Cortina. Check schedules in
http://www.trenitalia.it/home/it/index.html and http://www.dolomitibus.it.

Re: Re: Travelling to Cortina

by effeti

Hmoitta is right. That's the best way. I can add you better go from the Venice airport to Mestre-Venezia railway station by direct bus. see the airport site for details.
There is also an airport in Treviso (a little nearer): chech your best connection.
Ciao
Francesco

Thank You

by andywing

Many thanks, that's just what I needed to know.

Looking forward to going!

Best wishes,

Andy.

Re: Travelling to Cortina

by HouryDej

It depends on where you fly in from. Your best option, with many low-cost air carriers going there, is Venice Marco Polo Airport.Innsbruck is a hassle to get to Cortina from, because of the Brenner- mountain pass tunnel, and the windy roads thereafter.
There is no train service directly to Cortina. The train- line starts at Venezia Santa Lucia and the last stop is at Calazo,from where you can connect to Cortina by bus or taxi.
Alternatively take the bus from Belluno to Cortina, but it takes ages, and doesn't go very often, so you only end up wasting time at the draughty bus- stop in freezing Feb. I've never taken the bus and don't intend to. www.dolomitibus. com, org or it.Tel.: +39 0437 217111.

Anyway, check www.dolomiti.it for " How to get there"-info.

A better option, with a travelling time of approx. 2 hrs in the winter, might be with a taxi- transfer service. Check out any of these to compare prices:
www.TaxiCortina.com / www.taxiame.com / www.cortinataxi.org/ www.taxicortinaski.it/ www.taxidolomiti.it / www.transferdolomiti.it
Considering that Venice is approx. 90 miles away, the transfer costs to Cortina, at approx. 35- 45 Euros per head, are not exorbitant, and you travel in comfort.

If you need to purchase food upon arrival in central Cortina, you need to aim to arrive before the "Cooperativa di Cortina"'s closing time at 7.30 pm. It is a small dept store with a decent supermarket at raised ground floor level, located on the main pedestrian street called " Corso Italia". You'll also find a Herald Tribune there for your daily English- language news-fix, and numerous other practical things. These are more reasonably priced than the string of chic and somewhat impractical boutiques on the same road.

Once in Cortina, there is a local bus- service to and from various outskirts of Cortina, which many skiers use to get to the different lifts.

For info on ski- equipment rental, go to www.dolomiti.org.


Good luck, best regards
HD

Re: Travelling to Cortina

by HouryDej

Ooops, sorry ! I just realised my answer to the above query is approx. 4 yrs late!!! Perhaps another reader might find my taxi- service info helpful at some point. Regards, HD

Travel Tips for Cortina d'Ampezzo

Cinque Torri

by croisbeauty

Cinque Torri, the Five Towers, is one of the most attractive and best known peak in the close surroundings of Cortina d'Ampezzo. The highest peak of Cingue Torri stands at about two hundred meters and the whole area is used as a training ground by the famous mointaineering club called the Cortina Squirrels.

La Villa (Alta Badia)

by croisbeauty

La Villa is one of the best ski-resorts in the Alta Badia region, which is situated north of Cortina d'Ampezzo. The nature in the surroundings of the place is just beautiful. I would like to revisit this place in the early autumn because it must be of stunning beauty coloured by the rich autumn colours.
There are marked walking paths all around the place and you can immersed here in endless peace of the nature.

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