The Nordic Ski World Championships in Val di Fiemme are the highlight of the winter season 2012/2013. But how easy it actually is to get into the high valley in northern Italy? We have summarized for you the arrival possibilities.
Probably the most popular arrival means from Central Europe to the Val di Fiemme will be owning a car. From Munich, it is only a little more than three hours to Cavalese, the capital of the valley. Here you must follow the A8 to the Inntal triangle. From there on the A93 to Austria. Here the A12 leads to Innsbruck, where you turn onto the A13 towards Brenner. This is followed by Italy, where it becomes the A22. At the junction "Egna-Ora", leave the motorway and follow the signs to Val di Fiemme or to Cavalese. From the south and west of Switzerland, and in France it takes better the more southerly route via Milan motorway. From the southeast of Austria on the other hand, it is worth Lienz and the Dolomites to arrive.
And public transportation can be reached in a comfortable journey time to Cavalese.From Munich there is a direct train to Trento. The journey time is 4:30 hours. There you descend to the bus and 1:45 hours later reached Cavalese.
The nearest airports to Val di Fiemme is in Verona and Innsbruck (about 160 kilometers). Frequented However, only the airports in Milan and Munich. Therefore, the aircraft arrival as agent makes really only for travelers from Scandinavia, Eastern Europe and overseas sense.
Transport in Val di FiemmeOne arrives once in Val di Fiemme, you can do without their own means of transportation. During the World Cup, the ski bus in the valley will be increased. Thus, all localities and venues to be approached. The organizers promise a Busrhythmus 30 minutes and even night shuttle, so that even after the victory celebration comes back to his quarters. The use of the bus service is free during the entire World Cup. An exact schedule will be published in early February on the official website of the tournament:www.fiemme2013.com