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How to Get to Bormio
Located in the north of Italy, Bormio is one of the most prestigious Alpine ski resorts. For people planning their holidays in the town, we prepared tips on getting there from the closest air terminals by taxi, transfer, and public transport.
Taxi to Bormio
At Milan Bergamo Airport, you’ll see the taxi zone in front of the arrivals exit. For getting to ski resorts, local cab services usually provide flat prices. You’ll have to pay 240-250 euros and spend around 4 hours to reach Bormio. In case a taxi driver offers meter-based rates, make sure they turn the meter on. A trip from Milan Malpensa air hub will cost 280-300 euros and take about 5 hours. Take care to hire only authorized taxi drivers, avoiding private ones.
Transfer to Bormio
To prepare your journey in advance and make it predictable, consider a pre-booked transfer. This is a kind of individual transportation that may be pre-ordered a couple of weeks ahead or even earlier. With a private transfer, you receive a convenient and reliable door-to-door service with a timely pick-up and comfortable conditions. Also, you choose a suitable transfer class with enough space for each passenger and their luggage.
To book a transfer, fill in the online reservation form with your flight number, a drop-off address, a number of passengers and child seats (if needed). A fare for getting to the town from Bergamo air hub starts from 258 euros with a travel taking about 4 hours. A 5-hour transfer from Malpensa Airport costs from 349 euros. All fares are fixed and never change.
You may pay for the transfer online when placing your order or choose to pay a full sum to a driver upon arrival at the destination. A Kiwitaxi driver will track your flight updates to timely meet you in the arrivals hall with a name sign. You will reach the resort in comfort and enjoy a smooth professional transfer ride.
Public Transport to Bormio
There’s no direct public transport means to get to Bormio from the airports. You can take a bus at Bergamo air hub to Edolo, reach Tirano, and change a carriage once more to finally get to the destination. The journey takes almost 7 hours and costs 16-19 euros per person. If setting off from Malpensa air terminal, catch a bus to Milano Centrale, change to a train to Monza, and take another bus to Bormio. This trip lasts around 6 hours and costs 22-25 euros.
Remember to check timetable in advance. Unlike taxi and transfer services, public transport is usually unavailable at night.
Being a popular winter sports resort, the town hosts the annual Alpine Ski World Cup. Apart from that, the place is also famous for its hot springs that are tapped to provide mineral-rich water to local spas.