Getting to the start of your Italian tour
While we work hard to plan and organize outdoor adventures in the Italian Alps, we don’t arrange travel to the starting location. But there’s no need to worry, as we’re here to advise you on the best, safest, and quickest ways to travel to the first location of your tour.
Italy is a very well-connected country, so rarely more than a two-hour car journey away from a major airport or train station. While many Alpine destinations are remote, it’s often possible to reach some of our destinations by bus or train.
Nearest airport: Venice
Nearest train station: Calalzo di Cadore
Lys Valley and Ayas Valley
Nearest airport: Milano Malpensa or Torino
Nearest train station: Aosta
Bus: https://aosta.arriva.it/en/aosta-malpensa-airport. Get off at Pont Saint Martin and grab a taxi from there.
Nearest Airport: Nice (France)
Nearest train stations: Sanremo and a bus to Ceriana
Nearest airport: Torino or Milano Malpensa
Nearest train station: Cuneo
For car hire, we usually recommend leading providers such as Auto Europe or Rental Car.
Outdoor Italy supports low-emission travel and will always recommend the most sustainable ways to reach our destinations. In most cases, this will be by public transport or car. If you’re flying, please use the carbon offset option offered by most airlines.
Please note that the information above is only a recommendation. Outdoor Italy only accepts responsibility from the start of the tour.