Cervinia: how to get there

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Cervinia is situated in Trentino-South Tyrol region and is situated 120 km from Turin and 190 km from Milan.

  • Turin – Cervinia

1. The bus company SADEM offers connections between Turin and Cervinia ONLY on Sundays and on holidays from 01.01 to 25.04; from 01 Jul to 31 Aug; from 26 Dec to 31 Dec.  Ski and snowboard equipments (one equipment per person) go for free. The average journey time is 2 hours. Tickets can be bought in ticket sales points in Turin. You can check addresses on the timetable presented below.

Timetable (from 01/02/2016): Turin – Cervinia – Turin

2. Also the bus company SAVDA offers connections between Turin and Breuil-Cervinia. The average journey time is 2 hours. Stops in Turin are in: C.so Giulio Cesare; C.so Giulio Cesare (Porta Palazzo); Porta Susa Stazione F.S.; C.so Vittorio Emanuele II (bus station). Tickets can be bought online on the official website of SAVDA or in the authorised ticket sales points. Buses have connections both everyday and on certian days only. Please read the timetable carefully.

Timetable (timetable till the 30th of  Novembre 2016): Torino Breuil-Cervinia Torino

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Cervinia
  • Milan – Cervinia

The bus company SAVDA offers connections between Milan and Cervinia by making a change in Chatillon bus station. In Milan buses stop in Lampugnano, that is situated near the same named metro station, the first line M1 (red line). Average journey time is 3 hours. It is necessary to book tickets in advance. It can be done online on the official website of SAVDA (you must print the ticket!) or buy them in ticket officies. One way tickets for adults cost around €. 18,40, for children till 12 years old –  €. 13,90. Whilst two way tickets for adults cost €. 36,80, for children till 12 years old – €. 27,80.

Timetable (till the 30th of  Novembre 2016): Milan Cervinia.

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Cervinia
  • Trains

It is also possible to take a train, the closest train station is Châtillon/ Saint-Vincent. From there it is possible to take a bus that brings you to Cervinia.

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SKI RESORTS IN ITALY: bus and train connections

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The winter season is upon us and it’s time to have some fun and go skiing. Italian ski resorts are well-known for their relatively low price (especially in comparison with Austria and Switzerland), breathtaking views of the nature covered in white snow, shining sun (it’s still Italy) and delicious food. Therefore, we are going to talk about how to get to the most beautiful ski resorts in Italy by the pubblic transport.

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Pizzoccheri, one of the traditional dishes in Alta Valtellina
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Panorama of Alta Badia
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A ski resort, Alps

Here are some articles about, if you are interested in. If you can’t find a way to a resort of your dreams, leave us a comment, we will try to help you!

Lombardia:

Livigno: how to get there

Bormio: how to get there

Trentino-South Tyrol

Passo Tonale: how to get there

Pejo: how to get there

Cervinia: how to get there

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