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How to Get to Vigo di Fassa
Vigo di Fassa is a small village in the region of Trentino-Alto Adige, Italy. It’s situated in the heart of the Val di Fassa valley (the most lively place in the Dolomites!), at the foot of the Catinaccio mountain, at an altitude of 1,390 m above sea level. To reach this ski resort, tourists use public transport or book taxis or transfers.
Taxi to Vigo di Fassa
Those who want to get to Vigo di Fassa fast usually choose taxi services. Vehicles are usually booked via some cab companies’ websites or by phone. At airports, travelers take taxi cabs from stands near terminal exits or order them via taxi desks within terminal buildings. The average price for a ride from Verona Airport (180 km) is €300 and from Venice Marco Polo (170 km) - €280. These prices are for sedan cars. Note that minibus taxi cabs may be hard to find on the spot. Also, some cab drivers may speak only the local language.
Transfer to Vigo di Fassa
The most comfortable and stress-free way to reach the ski resort of Vigo di Fassa is by private transfer. If you choose this, you’ll forget about any language problems. The Kiwitaxi website is available in several languages including English, and the English-speaking customer support is always ready to help you with your transfer. If you’re traveling with a large group and plenty of ski equipment, you may easily choose one of our spacious minibuses. There’ll be no need for you to wait, as your transfer driver will pick you up strictly at the time specified. The price for an Economy-class transfer journey from Verona air hub is €296, and from Venice Marco Polo one - €265. Transfers from other transport hubs are also available.
Public Transport to Vigo di Fassa
If you’re looking for a more budget-friendly option, buses will suit you better. To get to the resort from Verona Airport, you’ll have to make one change. First, at the air hub, catch a bus to Bolzano (€48; 2 hours). Then, in Bolzano, change to the line 180 going to Vigo di Fassa (€6; about 1 hour). Note that these lines aren’t available late in the evening and at night, so to travel at this time, you’ll have to reserve a transfer or a taxi.
Also, you may use a direct FlySkiShuttle bus, but note that it’s available only on weekends from December 8 to March 31. This trip will cost €35. Also, this service can take you to the resort from Venice Marco Polo, Milan Malpensa, Milan Linate, Bergamo, and Treviso air hubs.
This cozy resort will suit both advanced and newbie skiers. History lovers will enjoy the local museum and the cultural institute.