Pejo: how to get there

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Peio/Pejo is situated in the northern Italian region Trentino-South Tyrol in so called Val di Sole. Val di Sole consists of sky resorts in Folgarida-Marilleva, Pejo and Passo Tonale. Pejo is well known not only for its ski resorts but also for spa centers. Public transport in Pejo is trains and buses operated by Trentino Trasporti. International airports that are situated closer to Pejo sono Verona Villafranca airport(170 km), Orio al Serio di Bergamo airport (160 km) and Linate airport.

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  • Airoports– Pejo

During the winter period, Verona, Bergamo and Linate airports are connected with Pejo by Fly Ski shuttle that offers connections woth the ski resorts in Trentino-Dolomiti in Val del Sole. FlySki shuttle offers such connections from 10/12/2016 to 02/04/2017 every Saturday and Sunday. Please note that on days such as 26/12/2016, 02/01/2017 and 06/01/2017 buses will operate according to Saturday’s schedule.  One way tickets cost 35 EUR, two-ways tickets – 60 EUR. Children from 0-12 do not need to pay.

You can check the timetable here  (10/12/2016 al 02/04/2017): Airports – Val di Sole

Tariffes: Flyski shuttle

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Spa centers in pejo
  • Trains

It is possible to reach Pejo by train. At first you should arrive to Trento train station. There you should take a special train of the Trento-Malè railway di Trentino Trasporti till Malè. Average journey time is 2 hours.

Timetable of  the railway Trento-Malè (from 11.09.16 to 23.06.17):

Trento – Malè, railway Trento-Malè

Malè – Trento, railway Trento-Malè

From Malè leaves the bus (line 645) that goes directly to Pejo. Average jounrey time is one hour.

You can check the timetable here (from 11/09/2016 to 23/06/2017):


Malè – Pejo (la prima parte)

Pejo – Malè (la seconda parte)


Pejo – Malè (la prima parte)

Pejo – Malè ( la seconda parte)


Here you can find more information about ski resorts in Italy.



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.

Pizzoccheri, one of the traditional dishes in Alta Valtellina
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Panorama of Alta Badia
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!


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