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Cortina d´Ampezzo
 

Cortina d´Ampezzo is the most famous ski resort in the Dolomiti Superski area. The area is famous for the 1956 Winter Olympics and regular World Cup races on the Tofana ski slope.

 105 downhill runs (120 km)
 37 cable cars, of which 5 gondola lifts
 1 amusement park for snowboarders
 78 km of cross-country trails
 skating


.. all this and much more can be offered by the ski resort CORTINA D´AMPEZZO.

Cortina d'Ampezzo (1,224 - 3,243 m above sea level) is a town of 8,000 inhabitants. Cortina's tradition as a ski resort dates back to long before World War II. It is one of the most famous resorts and it is no wonder that it is called the Queen of the Dolomites, because not only thanks to its ski slopes and cross-country trails, but also gastronomy, we owe every year to a steady influx of visitors, especially Italian cream from Turin and Milan.

It has a very good location in the middle of the beautiful dramatic Dolomites, in the province of Belluno and in the Veneto region. However, the Winter Olympics, which took place here in 1956, gave Cortina only the right shine. Cortina has above-standard sports equipment, so if you are not satisfied with just downhill or cross-country skiing, you can try jumping or bobsleighing. The downhill runs are of all difficulties. Almost two thirds of the slopes are more demanding.

One of the most famous slopes in Cortina is undoubtedly the descents from Tofana (3,243 m), where you can take the cable car via Col Druscie and Cristallo (3,216 m). Good skiers will certainly not forgive themselves to try the Olympic downhill run from Tofana. Medium difficult slopes can be found on the slopes of the peaks Tondi (2,362 m) and Faloria (2,123 m), which can be reached by cable car and chairlift. Beginners can ski on the gentle plains of Mount Pecol with a number of lifts. From Passo Falzarego (2,105 m) above Cortina, the cable car leads to the top of Lagazuoi (2,800 m). From here there is a 7.5 km long track with an elevation gain of 1,100 m to Armentarola. From Col Druscia to Rumerlo, crossings can be made less demanding.

If the visitor decides to visit the second part of the Cortina ski area, he can ski on the slopes in Misurina (1,756 m). There are not so many difficult slopes and you can spend a quiet holiday here. The Auronzo - Misurina ski area stretches to Monte Agudo. There is also the San Vito di Cadore ski area with its 16 km of slopes. Together, the whole area has 33% of blue, 62% red, 5% black on 140 km of slopes of varying difficulty.

Misurina is located on the lake of the same name, which is usually frozen in winter and therefore serves as an ice rink, there are also interesting cross-country trails nearby. From the car park, it is possible to take the chairlift to the Col de Varda up to 2,300 m and from there to climb the moderately demanding slopes back to Misurina. All Auronzo - Misurina - Cortina resorts can be reached with the Dolomiti Superski ski pass. Cross-country ski trails cross at Lago d´Antorno.

The ski area also has some climbing routes.

In addition to downhill skiing, you can go on snowshoe trips, or try a toboggan run more than 1 km long or just walk in the snow-covered pine forests. And after a hard day of skiing, you can skate here and try to ride on the Olympic ice from 1956 in one of the most beautiful stadiums, where the opening ceremony took place at the time. The rink has 30 x 60 m and is used not only by the public, but also for various concerts and hockey matches. Cortina is also known for its famous gastronomy. In summer, charming mountain lakes can be explored on foot or by bike.

Tourist information

Corso Italy 81

Tel .: 0039 0436 869086

Opening hours:

Monday - Friday from 9:00 to 13:00; 14:00 to 19:00; on Sundays and public holidays 10:00 - 13:00 h
infocortina@dolomiti.org
infopoint@serviziampezzo.it

APT

Via G. Marconi, 15 / B 32043 Cortina d'Ampezzo (BL)

Tel .: 0039 0436 866252

e-mail: cortina@dolomiti.org

Cortina is within reach. It is well connected to all the capitals of northern Italy, the train stations and the surrounding airports. Cortina is located in the province of Belluno, accessible by car on the A27 motorway (Venice - Belluno) and the A22 motorway (Modena - Verona - Bressanone - Innsbruck).

How to get to Cortina by car:

 - from the A27 from Mestre to Pian di Vedoja (Belluno), then along the SS 51 di Alemagna and then according to the signs to San Vito di Cadore - Cortina.
 - from the A22 from Brenner or from Modena take the exit for Bressanone, then the SS 49 to Dobbiaco / Toblach and from there take the SS 51 towards Cortina.
- from Lienz in Austria, drive the E66 to Dobbiaco / Toblach and from there take the SS 51 towards Cortina.
 

When you want to reach Cortina from the south, lie in the following directions:

Passo Tre Croci - Auronzo - Misurina

from the east: Toblach - Bolzano - Brenner

from the north: Falzarego, Pordoi pass

Parking spaces are located near the ski lift Donariè / Donariè Baita, at Baita Ciastel, Ski Bar Tambres / Tambres. A convenient ski bus connects all lifts of the San Vito ski area. The service is only available in winter.

How to get to Cortina by train:

the main railway line is Venezia S. Lucia - Calalzo di Cadore

further - shuttle bus to Cortina

driving time: 3h 30 min

more at www.trenitalia.com

  train connection Fortezza - Dobbiaco, then from Dobbiaco to Cortina is a shuttle bus. The average travel time (train + bus) is calculated as 2.5 hours. For more information: Website of the "Integrated Transport System" of the Autonomous Province of Bolzano.
There are trains from Innsbruck every hour from 11:00 to 20:00 and the journey (by train from Innsbruck is Fortezza and Dobbiaco + by bus from Dobbiaco) about 4 hours
In addition to the train connections mentioned above, you can use the "Trenitalia" service, which provides a "Eurostar mountain train" from Rome Termini and Milan Central to Venice Mestre, where there are special buses waiting for passengers to Cortina and their departures coincide. with the arrival and departure times of these trains. More information on Cortina Express.

How to get to Cortina by plane:

The nearest airports are Treviso (136 km), Venice Marco Polo (148 km), Verona Valerio Catullo Airport (272 km), and Bergamo (369 km).

Transfers are provided by: Cortina Express.

How to get to Cortina by bus:

In addition to the above-mentioned Cortina Express shuttle bus service, there are direct bus connections between Cortina and some northern Italian cities in high season. For example, there are regular buses to Venice with stops in Treviso and Mestre. The journey takes approximately 3.15 hours. In the high season the service is daily, in the other season only on Saturdays and Sundays. Information and timetables can be found on the Dolomitibus and Eastern Veneto transport company website.

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