Corvara is located in the Alta Badia valley, in the Italian Dolomites. In Corvara you are directly on the Sellaronda. Alta Badia offers nature lovers and active holidaymakers a wide range of sports and leisure facilities. The sun-drenched days, the green meadows and the imposing Dolomite peaks invite you to spend the day outdoors.
South Tyrol’s Bolzano – Bozen Dolomiten regional airport is located on the southern outskirts of the capital city. Direct flights to Bolzano are available from London, Brussels, Copenhagen, Rotterdam, Düsseldorf, Hamburg and Berlin.
The Dolomites and Alta Badia are close to the following airports:
Innsbruck (INN), 130 km
Venice/Treviso (TSF), 180 km
Venice Marco Polo (VCE), 200 km
Verona (VRN), 213 km
Milan/Bergamo (BGY), 310 km
Munich (MUC), 330 km
Milan/Malpensa (MXP), 400 km
Information about airport taxis available here - Airport taxis
The train stations near to Alta Badia are:
Brunico - 37 Km (23 ml)
Bressanone - 65 Km (40,4ml)
Bolzano (via Gardena pass road) - 65 Km (40,4ml)
Bolzano (via Brunico) - 100 Km (62ml)
Due to the proximity and the frequency of the buses we suggest the Bruneck railway station as final destination.
For the best train connections in Europe, please visit:
Trenitalia - www.trenitalia.com
Deutsche Bahn - www.bahn.de
Österreichische Bahn - www.oebb.at
Between Alta Badia and the train stations there are several daily buses. See the timetables of the Alto Adige public transport.
Thanks to its proximity to major transport routes Alta Badia is easy to reach by car. If you come from the north, you can cross the Brenner-pass on its motorway. Remember, though, that the highways are toll roads in Italy
Route from the Brenner motorway to Alta Badia:
Brenner Motorway / take the exit Brixen-Pustertal (50 km from Alta Badia)
Pustertaler main road SS49 until Sankt Lorenzen
Gadertaler main road SS244 until Alta Badia