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San Pellegrino is a resort in the Veneto region of the Alps in northern Italy. It resides in the Trevalli ski area. The region is famous for its skiing and ski slopes at San Pellegrino have been used for the Alpine Ski World Championships. Skiing is plentiful with over 100km of slopes that are suitable for both beginners and experts. The town and surrounding area is home to many hotels and guest houses catering for winter and summer tourists. There are many restaurants and bars in San Pellegrino itself and nearby towns, and a lively après ski atmosphere is in contrast to the quaint and quiet villages.
The closest airports to San Pellegrino are Venice and Treviso, which offer a one to two hour transfer time. Bergamo, Verona and Innsbruck are also options for San Pellegrino 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 San Pellegrino:
If you are considering using public transport to get from the airport to San Pellegrino there are options. However, due to the location of the resort these are limited. There is no direct rail link to the town or the nearby towns, and the journey times can be lengthy as a result. The following are the only viable public transport links available:
Going by public transport from other airports may take a longer time to reach the resort.
The usual alpine problem of a lack of rail connections means that public transport is not always the best way to get to San Pellegrino from your airport of choice. Airport transfers are a convenient way to get to and from the resort. You can book them in advance and they are cost effective and comfortable. The convenience of an airport transfer cannot be overstated. You are buying the benefit of a direct journey and no changes.