How to get to Bormio
|Milan Linate||208 km|
|Millan Malpensa||239 km|
Getting to Bormio is relatively easy if you are coming by plane, train or car. However, the airport transfer times are not that short and during the height of the ski holidays season, try and avoid arriving on the Saturday change over day as the road up to Bormio tends to get fairly busy.
Transfers to Bormio take approximately 3 hours from Milan Malpensa and 4 hours from Venice airport. Alternative airport transfers from Innsbruck and Bormio take roughly between 2 1/2 and 3 hours.
One of the most scenic routes in to Bormio is via The Stelvio Pass which is the second highest mountain pass in Europe at 2757m.
In winter the Stelvio pass is closed and access to Bormio is only via Tirano or from Switzerland via Livigno. From Livigno there is a tunnel which is only open from 8am to 8pm or 10pm on Saturdays so take this in to account when planning your journey to and from Bormio.
The nearest stations are St. Moritz and Tirano (Bernina Hospice in summer).
Driving up The Stelvio Pass
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