Alagna Valsesia is a small village high in the Valsesia valley in the province of Vercelli, Piedmont, Italy. Situated at an altitude of 1,191 m it is just south of the Monte Rosa which, at 4638m, is the second tallest peak in the Alps. This is a fantastic site for mountaineering and winter sports, and is internationally known for the free ride off-piste skiing. The resort features a number of hotels and guest houses, with accommodation for all budgets, and there are restaurants and bars for après ski entertainment.
The closest airport to Alagna Valsesia is either Milan or Turin. Both Geneva, and Bern are also viable options. However, Geneva and Bern require travel through the Mont Blanc Tunnel or San Bernard Tunnel which will increase your transfer cost. Also, journey times may be longer as multiple changes will be needed.
There are many public transport options for visitors to Alagna Valsesia. However, the lack of a direct rail link means long journey times. Many changes may be needed, adding to the inconvenience. Here are some of the more popular public transport options:
Although there are public transport options, they are far from convenient. The convenience of using airport transfers from any of the airports is evident. You get a guaranteed journey in comfort, and a direct transfer. This means the shortest possible journey time, and the least expense. Booking an airport transfer is by far the best way of getting to Alagna Valsesia.