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Transfers vs. Public Transport and Taxi in Madonna di Campiglio
Madonna di Campiglio is one of the most prestigious ski resorts in the Dolomites in the northeast of Italy. The nearest airport is in Verona, 174 km away. A bit further are Milan and Innsbruck — 222 and 228 km away.
One will need around 3–3,5 hours to get to Porta Nuova train station in Verona as well as Linate, Malpensa, or Bergamo Airports. The same time is needed to get to Sirmione and Venice.
How to get from Madonna di Campiglio to the airport, train station, or to the neighboring resorts
Public transport connection with the resort is not very easy: in most cases, you will have to make at least one change. Tourists, as a rule, choose:
— trains. In order to travel by train, one should get to the train station in Trento on the bus № 201. Trains to Italian cities run 1-2 times an hour and to Innsbruck - every 2 hours;
— buses. They also depart from Trento. Buses go to Verona 1–2 times a day (company FlixBus), to Milan — five direct trips and one with a change in Bologna, buses to Innsbruck go four times a day;
— taxi. It is possible to call a taxi by phone, via the app or take it at the special rank;
— transfer. You book it online in advance.
In high season, Fly Ski Shuttle buses go 2–3 times a week right to the airports of Milan and Verona (a ticket costs 35 euro). It is possible to get to the neighboring towns on the buses № 215, 231, and 642.
Transfer vs. Taxi in Madonna di Campiglio, taken on the taxi rank, ordered by phone or via the app
Advantages of a private transfer
Book in the language you understand. It will be not possible to use Uber in Italy: it is forbidden on the territory of the country. You can try and book a taxi via it Taxi and AppTaxi but it is suitable only for those who understand Italian. Afraid of making mistake in a booking? Kiwitaxi website is available in 5 languages and has a 24/7 English-speaking support service.
Choose a car of a suitable class and capacity, which is especially handy if you travel to the resort with your own ski equipment.
A private transfer at the same price. Planning to visit Verona? You will get there by taxi for 275 euro, while a transfer with a private driver costs 283 euro.
Transfer in Madonna di Campiglio vs. Train and Bus
Advantages of a private transfer
No changes. In order to travel to the nearest big city or the airport, you first need to get to Trento. If you choose a transfer, you can get to any municipality in Italy (and Europe) without changes.
Travel at any time, even at night. The bus runs to Trento from 06:45 to 18:45, trains to Verona and Milan — from 05:30 to 22:30, to Innsbruck — from 9:20 to 17:20. Intercity buses run a couple of times a day. And with Kiwitaxi, you can order a car on any convenient time.
Minimum 1 hours faster. For example, a trip by train or by bus to Milan center with a change in Trento will take 4,5–6 hours, not taking into account waiting time. With Kiwitaxi, you will get there in 3 hours 20 minutes.
Disadvantage of a private transfer
More expensive, even for a group. A trip on the bus № 201 to Trento costs 2 euro. By train, you can get to Verona for 8–18 euro, by bus — for 8–12 euro. A train ticket to Milan costs 19–45 euro, and a bus ticket — 5–33 euro. A trip to Innsbruck by train will cost 38 euro, and by bus— 10–20 euro.
What is worth visiting in Madonna di Campiglio?
Of course, tourists travel to the resort of Madonna di Campiglio on their holidays to ride the famous ski trails. There are four ski zones here, which include both blue runs for beginners and black runs for experts. A daily ski pass for adults costs 42 euro in low season and 49 euro - in high season.
In February, the famous Habsburg Carnival takes place in Madonna di Campiglio. A picturesque costumed procession marches along the streets, and the Hotel Des Alpes holds a real ball in the XIX century style.