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How to Get to Madonna di Campiglio
Being a small village in northeast Italy, the town is one of the most luxurious ski resorts of the Alps. In this article, we share tips on getting to the village from nearby airports by taxi, transfer, and public transport. Read on to find them out.
Taxi to Madonna di Campiglio
Cabs are usually parked outside air hubs’ arrival zones. Irrespective of what pricing cab services offer – meter-based or fixed one – we’ll show you reasonable rates, so that you’ll be able to understand if an offered price is driven up. A taxi travel from Verona air hub will cost 250-300 euros and take 2 hours and 20 minutes. To get from Milan Bergamo air terminal, you’ll have to spend 250-280 euros and 3 hours.
Transfer to Madonna di Campiglio
If you prefer a more organized and reliable “mode” of traveling, you’ll love the idea of a private transfer. This is when you pre-book transportation in advance to use it on the needed date and time. Compared to a taxi, a transfer is more time-saving, as you don’t need to arrange it there and then.
To reserve a car at Kiwitaxi, specify in the online booking form your pick-up and drop-off points, departure time, and a number of passengers. Parents with small children should also order child seats. A taxi transfer from Verona Airport costs from 297 euros and takes 2 hours and 20 minutes. All prices are fixed and depend on a chosen vehicle class.
On the agreed date and time, your driver will meet you in a pick-up place. After helping you with loading suitcases, they’ll safely and comfortably bring you to the drop-off address in Madonna di Campiglio. Kiwitaxi hires only licensed professionals qualified in safe and efficient driving.
Public Transport to Madonna di Campiglio
If departing from Verona Airport, you may take a bus to Bolzano, where you’ll have to transfer to another station (Bozen) and catch a Flixbus to Madonna di Campiglio. The whole trip will take about 5 hours and cost 51-71 euros per ticket. The direct Flixbus cruises between Bergamo air hub and Madonna di Campiglio, reaching it in over 3 hours and costing 8-15 euros per ticket.
A great disadvantage is that those Flixbus buses run only 3 times a week from Friday to Sunday. On other days, you’ll have to choose between taxi and transfer.
About Madonna di Campiglio
Surrounded by dolomites on one side and mountain peaks on the other side, the resort of Madonna di Campiglio attracts tourists from all over the world. It offers a wide range of mountain activities for all seasons: from skiing and snowboarding to biking and climbing.