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How to Get to Arabba
A ski resort of Arabba is a small village situated in the Ladin-speaking part of Italy in the Veneto region. Travelers planning to spend holidays there are likely to arrive at Venice or Innsbruck air terminal. In this article, we share advice on how to get to the resort from the airports by taxi, transfer, and public transport.
Taxi to Arabba
In both air hubs, taxi ranks are situated outside the arrivals areas. As many cab companies prefer to use the meter, the final price for a trip mainly depends on traffic. At the same time, drivers may also offer flat rates – make sure to agree on a price before getting into the car. An average taxi journey from Venice Airport to Arabba costs 230-250 euros, taking 2,5 hours. Getting from Innsbruck air hub will make 240-255 euros and take 2 hours.
Transfer to Arabba
If you don’t want to spend time arranging a taxi at the airport, consider a pre-booked transfer. This is a more convenient and predictable way to travel. With a transfer, you choose a suitable vehicle class and know a price in advance.
To reserve a private transfer, fill in the online booking form with your flight number, a drop-off point, and a number of passengers. Parents traveling with small children should also order child seats. Depending on a car class, a fare for getting from Venice air terminal to the village starts from 234 euros, the trip takes 2,5 hours. A 2-hour transfer from Innsbruck air hub costs from 288 euros. All fares are fixed and won’t change. At Kiwitaxi, you may pay for the transfer by credit card via the internet when reserving a car. If choosing to pay to a driver after arriving at the resort, make sure to prepare cash.
After meeting you in the arrivals hall, your driver will safely bring you to the village. You’ll love the comfort Kiwitaxi service provides and enjoy a professional ride.
Public Transport to Arabba
To reach the village from Venice Airport by public transport, take a bus K330 to Mestre and change to Dolomiti Bus 72 to Arabba. You’ll spend about 5 hours of time and 10-13 euros per person. As there’s no trains or buses connecting the village with Innsbruck air terminal, you may get by bus only to the nearest station – Selva, spending 2 hours and 40-60 euros per ticket. Then you’ll have to catch a taxi to Arabba.
Public transport’s operating hours are quite limited, take care to check timetable beforehand. If no carriage is available, you still can use taxi or transfer options.
The resort is located in a small traditional Italian village. Do not expect loud nightlife there, the place is more suitable for quiet family vacations.