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How to Get to Livigno
Located near the Swiss border, this small town is a popular mountain ski resort in the Italian Alps. For travelers, planning to spend their holidays at the resort, we share some tips on transportation to Livigno from nearby airports. Read further to know more about taxi, transfer, and public transport options.
Taxi to Livigno
You’ll find a taxi zone at the arrivals exit at Milan Bergamo Airport. Usually, local drivers offer flat rates for popular destinations. On average, a taxi trip there costs around 330 euros and lasts 5 hours. If departing from Malpensa air terminal, you’ll have to pay 350 euros for a 5,5-hour travel. Remember to negotiate a price before getting in the cab to avoid misunderstanding.
Transfer to Livigno
Compared to a taxi, a pre-booked transfer is a more time-saving way to travel. In this case, you don’t need to look for a cab, wait in a queue, or agree on a price. You simply come over to your driver (identifying themselves by a sign with your name on it), proceed to the car, and set off for the destination.
To pre-order a Kiwitaxi transfer, specify pick-up place and time, a drop-off point, and a number of passengers. Remember to order child seats if traveling with small children. At Kiwitaxi, you may also choose a preferred class car. A transfer price is fixed and mainly depends on a chosen vehicle class. A 5-hour trip from Bergamo air hub will cost from 338 euros. For a transfer from Malpensa air terminal, you’ll need to pay from 390 euros, the whole trip takes around 5,5 hours.
There’s no need to make advance payments at Kiwitaxi. You may pay for the transfer trip to the driver in cash upon arrival. At the same time, you may still choose to pay online by credit card at the moment of booking.
Public Transport to Livigno
Getting from Bergamo Airport by urban transportation is not an easy task: you’ll have to change 4 times on the way. First, you’ll need to take a bus to the same-name town, there catch a train to Lecco, change to another one to Tirano, take a bus to Bormio and change to the one finally going to Livigno. The journey takes about 8 hours and costs 16-20 euros per person.
If departing from Malpensa air terminal, you can take a train to Milan, then another one to Tirano, where you’ll catch a bus to Bormio and then will take another one to Livigno. This travel makes 21-60 euros per ticket and takes 7,5 hours of time.
Unlike taxi and transfer services accessible 24/7, public transport has a limited timetable. Remember to check it beforehand.
Apart from being a skiing retreat, the town of Livigno is also popular due to it tax-free status. People come here to buy goods at bargain prices.