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Castelrotto is a popular ski resort in the Dolomites, a beautiful part of the Alps in Northern Italy. The area has been a tourist destination for many years and offers a beautiful vista. Skiing is excellent with a choice of slopes for all levels of experience. It is close to a number of equally attractive resorts. Castelrotto is home to a number of hotels and guest houses, and the town and region is known for some highly regarded restaurants serving local cuisine. The après ski scene is lively with some good bars. The glorious Alpine meadow and surrounding mountains make it an area of extreme natural beauty.
The most convenient airport to reach Castelrotto is Innsbruck, which is a one to two hour transfer to Castelrotto. The closest airport to Castelrotto besides Innsbruck is Verona, while Munich, Bergamo, Brescia, Treviso and Milan are also options for Castelrotto, but transfer time can be well over three hours during peak travel time. Please note if you fly into Innsbruck or Munich airport you will have to travel via the Brenner Pass which might increase you transfer fees. Here are the distances between airports and Castelrotto:
Like most Alpine resorts Castelrotto is not served by a direct rail link. This means many changes may be needed if using public transport. The following are some of the more viable public transport links:
Castelrotto is not served by a direct rail link. This means that you will need to make several changes if travelling by rail. This can lead to lengthy journey times. By far the best way to get to and from the resort is to book an airport transfer. The convenience of direct journeys means shorter journey times. You also get the most cost-effective method of travel, and a guaranteed trip. The comfort and peace of mind in booking airport transfers is also welcome.