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Getting there by car

Are you going to travel to the Alta Badia by car? These are the most important traffic information.

Coming from Munich (Germany):
* Motorway Munich-Innsbruck-Brennero (A22)

1st possibility:
* motorway exit Varna-Bressanone
* Val Pusteria state road SS49 to San Lorenzo/Brunico
* turn right into the Val Badia state road SS244

2nd possibility:
* motorway exit Chiusa
* state road SS242 towards the Val Gardena valley
* cross the Passo Gardena mountain pass

Coming from Lienz (Austria):
* state road to San Candido (South Tyrol)
* further on to Brunico and San Lorenzo
* turn left into the Val Badia state road SS244

Coming from south (Italy):
* Motorway Mestre-Belluno (A27)

1st possibility:
* motorway exit Cortina d’Ampezzo
* cross the Passo di Falzarego and Passo di Valparola mountain passes

2nd possibility:
* motorway exit Ponte nelle Alpi
* state road SS203 to Agordina
* drive to Arabba
* cross the Passo di Campolongo mountain pass

Distances from the Alta Badia in kilometres:
Bolzano: 75 km (via the Passo Gardena)
Bolzano: 100 km (via Brunico)
Ortisei (Val Gardena valley): 40 km
Brunico: 38 km
Bressanone: 70 km

Innsbruck: 150 km
Munich: 310 km
Vienna: 550 km

Venice: 200 km
Belluno: 100 km
Verona: 250 km
Milan: 400 km

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