depending on the route.
We make sure everything goes according to your plan
and changes One day before the trip.
in English By phone and on the website.
and secret discounts in your inbox
How to Get to Alpe di Siusi
Surrounded by Dolomites, the village of Alpe di Siusi is located on the largest mountain plateau in Europe. Visitors coming to the resort usually arrive at Munich and Milan Bergamo airports. Read this article on to find out available transportation options from the air gates to Alpe di Siusi.
Taxi to Alpe di Siusi
In both air terminals, taxi cabs are parked somewhere outside the arrivals area. A line of arrived passengers willing to take a cab is an ordinary thing in airports – be ready to spend some time waiting. Getting from Munich Airport to the resort by taxi costs around 380-400 euros and takes 3 hours and 45 minutes, while a 5-hour travel from Bergamo air hub makes 400-420 euros. In case a cab has no meter, take care to negotiate a flat price with a driver before getting in the car.
Transfer to Alpe di Siusi
You may make your trip more predictable and hassle-free by pre-arranging an individual transfer. In this case, you’ll set off for the resort as soon as you’re ready to go with no need to spend time in a queue – your transfer driver will be waiting in the arrivals hall. After helping you with luggage, they’ll safely get you to Alpe di Siusi.
Booking a transfer at Kiwitaxi is simple: you fill in the reservation form with your flight number, a drop-off address, indicate how many people will go and order child seats (if needed). You’ll see a fare at once, it’ll be fixed and unchangeable. All prices correspond to available vehicle classes: from economy to minivan and minibus. A Kiwitaxi transfer from Munich air hub costs from 378 euros and takes 3 hours and 45 minutes. A 5-hour trip from Bergamo Airport makes from 408 euros.
Compared to taxi, transfers provide more convenience: you spend less time, may choose a preferred car class, pay online in advance and stay sure there will be no extras. If you like paying upon receiving a transfer service, you may do so, but should have cash with you.
Public Transport to Alpe di Siusi
Departing from Bergamo air hub, you may take a bus to Bolzano and change to another one to the village. This will cost 55-77 euros per person and take around 5,5 hours. A trip from Munich air terminal will consist of a bus to Bolzano, and another one to Alpe di Siusi. You’ll spend 53-83 euros per ticket and almost 5 hours of time.
Public transport may be unavailable at night, unlike taxi and transfer services operating 24/7. Take care to check bus timetable beforehand.
About Alpe di Siusi
Located in the north of Italy, the resort is a great tourist attraction due to its skiing and hiking activities. People love coming here to admire breathtaking sights over mountain ranges both, in winter and summer.