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How to get here

The Lagazuoi 5 Torri Giau area lies in the heart of the Eastern Dolomites, at the confluence of three valleys, namely: the Ampezzo valley, Val Badia and upper Val Cordevole.

The area is 17 km far from Cortina and 12 km far from Val Badia.

It is easily accessible, both in winter and in summer; transportation can be arranged also by local bus services.

Here below you will find some informations on the location of the Area as well as the connections with the main Italian and European towns.

By car

From the South

  • From Venice on A27 motorway as far as Pian di Vedoia, then on National Rd 51 of Alemagna heading to Cortina. Once in Cortina, take the National Rd. 48 of the Dolomites up to the Falzarego Pass ( 17 km ).
  • Those coming from Milan , can alternatively drive along A22 Brennero motorway and exit at Ponte Gardena. Then through Val Gardena as far as the Gardena Pass , and down to Val Badia. From there continue to the Falzarego pass. 

From the North

  • From Munich and Innsbruck head to Brennero on the A22 motorway as far as Bressanone; then, just before Brunico enter the Badia valley and drive through its entire length as far as the Falzarego pass.
  • For those coming from the eastern parts of Austria , from Lienz continue to Dobbiaco and then drive into the National Road 51 of Alemagna as far as Cortina. Then follow National Rd. 48 to the Falzarego Pass. 

By bus

Several convenient bus services are available to reach the Falzarego-Lagazuoi area from the nearby villages. The services are run by different companies, depending on the route and on the area covered.
These services are quite efficient in the tourist seasons, thus standing as an excellent alternative to private cars.

Throughout the winter season a ski-bus service, free for skipass holders, is operating to connect the lifts of the Area to those in Cortina d'Ampezzo ski-area.

Here below you will find useful information on the bus companies and the routes covered:

Summer:

  • Dolomiti Bus: Cortina - P.sso Falzarego
  • Dolomiti Bus: Cortina - P.sso Falzarego - Agordo - Belluno
  • Sad: Brunico - Alta Badia - P.sso Falzarego

Winter:

  • Dolomiti Bus: Borca di Cadore - Cortina - P.sso Falzarego
  • Dolomiti Bus: Skibus Son dei Prade (Pocol) - P.sso Falzarego
  • Sad: Brunico - Alta Badia - P.sso Falzarego

By plane

The nearest international airports are in Venice , Milan Malpensa, and Munich.

A few continental routes or domestic flights land in Verona and Treviso.

For further information , the following links can be visited:

By train

The railway line reaches neither Cortina d'Ampezzo nor Val Badia. The nearest stations are Calalzo di Cadore to the South, the terminal for most of the Italian towns, and Dobbiaco to the North, serving the traffic from Austria, Germany and, in general, the whole Northern Europe.

From these stations, bus services are available to reach Cortina and from there the Falzarego Pass. Bus timetables are quite convenient, mainly in the tourist seasons when the service is further increased.

For more detailed information on timetables, destinations and railway services you may visit the site: www.trenitalia.com