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How to Get to Pila
Pila is a ski resort in the Aosta Valley. The total length of pistes is 70 km and everyone will find a slope he or she needs. Tourists often wonder how to get to it. The majority of them take a taxi or a transfer, while others recourse to public transport.
Taxi to Pila
You can easily take a cab at the taxi station. However, it is highly possible that drivers will not agree on a long-distance trip. An average price of a taxi from Turin Airport is 220 euros. A fare of a trip from Geneva one is 500 euros. Check if the taximeter is turned on when getting into the taxi. Do not agree with a driver on fixed prices, as you can end up paying more. It might be better to take a transfer instead of a taxi in order to save time and money.
Transfer to Pila
A transfer is gaining popularity nowadays. The Kiwitaxi company organizes cars from different destinations to Pila. You can choose the car class you want. A professional driver will meet you and provide you with a stress-free journey to Pila.
Thus, a transfer from Turin Airport in an economy-class car will cost you 250 euros. A price of a trip from Geneva one is 413 euros. We also organize cars from Milan, Pisa, and other cities. If you travel with a big group, take a comfortable minibus.
You can pre-arrange a transfer on the Kiwitaxi website. Prices are fixed and do not change after the reservation is confirmed. Feel free to contact us in case you have questions.
Public transport to Pila
Public transportation is the best option for luggage-free travelers. A trip from Geneva Airport will take around 4 hours and cost 50 euros. Firstly, get to Geneva, then, take another bus to Aosta. From there you can get to the resort by taxi or transfer.
In case you are heading to Pila from Turin Airport, get to the capital of Piedmont region first. Then, take a bus to Aosta. The whole 4-hour trip will cost you around 40 euros.
Check the timetables beforehand, as the buses depart not too often. Moreover, public transport does not operate at night.
If you are tired of skiing, you can go to the nearest city of Aosta. There are many ancient remains there. The city is also famous for a great number of towers, which date back to different centuries. You can also visit the city’s cathedrals.