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Aprica is a popular ski resort in the North of Italy. It is close to the border with Germany and is an great skiing area. Aprica is one of the premier ski resorts in the region and offers excellent conditions. High in the Alps, there are several runs that are suitable for novices and plenty for the experienced skier. Off-piste runs are also impressive and there is the added attraction of the Alpine views. The town is home to several hotels and guest houses, and there are chalets to let in the region. It is a popular resort thanks to a number of bars and restaurants and a lively après-ski scene.
Bergamo airport is the nearest, most convenient airport. Bear in mind that travel by public transport may result in multiple changes. Both Bolzano and Brescia are also options but transfer time can be over two to three hours during peak travel time. Likewise with Milan, Turin and Verona airports. We strongly recommend the use of airport transfer services. These are the most direct and convenient method of traveling to Aprica and also the most cost-effective. Some people choose to hire a car, and this can be done at all of the listed airports.
There is a direct train from Milan to Tresenda where you have to change to the local bus that will take you to Aprica in 15 minutes. The journey from Milan will take about 3 and a half hours. From Bergamo, Verona and other airports you can take a bus or train to Aprica but due to multiple transportation change the journey may take up to 5 hours.
Without the availability of a direct rail link getting to and from Aprica by public transport is tiresome and takes time. We recommend airport transfers as the best way. From any airport you can book a transfer, and the time taken will depend on where you start. Benefits include a direct journey and therefore a shorter journey time. You also get a guaranteed scheduled ride in comfort and they are the most cost-effective method of traveling to and from Aprica.