Airport Transfers to Bormio
The nearest airports to Bormio are Innsbruck, Verona and Bergamo, with a transfer time of about 3 hours. Milan Linate and Milan Malpensa are other nearby airports. Ski-Lifts offer transfers to Bormio from Innsbruck and all of these airports.
Getting an airport transfer to Bormio could not be more simple with Ski-Lifts. You will have peace of mind that your driver will be waiting for you the moment you step off the plane, ready to take you to Bormio.
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Airport transfers to Bormio from Innsbruck, Bergamo, Verona & both Milan airports
Airport Transfers to Bormio
Innsbruck Airport to Bormio transfer time is approx. 3hrs
Milan Airport to Bormio transfer time is approx. 3hrs
Verona Airport to Bormio transfer time is approx. 3hrs
Bergamo Airport to Bormio transfer time is approx. 3hrs
Airport to Ski Resort
Get an instant quote and book your transfer of choice.
Choose from a private transfer to Bormio and for those travelling in large groups, book a coach transfer to Bormio.
– You can make your booking online, you will receive an instant confirmation of your booking by email and then you can relax in the knowledge that your driver will be waiting for you when you arrive at the airport.
– For your return journey, we will send you a text message the afternoon before you are due to depart confirming your exact pickup time from your accommodation for your transfer from Bormio to the airport.
If you need any additional information, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
Bormio Ski Resort Facts
Resort altitude: 1225m
Highest point: 3012m
Vertical drop: 1787m
Skiing in Bormio
Bormio is not the most well know resort amongst the British ski market, but that is a shame as this is a true hidden gem of a resort!
Whilst it is not the biggest resort around, it has a very modern lift system having hosted the World Championships in 2005. With Bormio being not so well known, it is, therefore, quieter and cheaper than many of its more well-known neighbours.
You’ll find beautiful Bormio right in the heart of the Italian Alps in Northern Italy, with 50km of thrilling slopes that have something to offer for most winter sports lovers.
If you’re a rookie you’ll have a great time on the medium difficulty pistes, and if you want to perfect your skills there are several skiing courses for both adults and children.
For the seasoned skier with high demands, there are slopes of competitive level. For example the Stelvio, one of the world’s most breathtaking slope that’s nearly 3230m long.
Bormio Ski Season Dates
02/12/2017 – 08/04/2018
(please note – dates are subject to change)
Who is Bormio Suitable For?
Facilities in Bormio
Bormio is a town filled with affordable, highly rated hotels with stunning views. If you’re looking to relax after a day out in the snow, you’ll find several thermal baths that have been bubbling since the Roman times. For those of you looking for a more modern experience, there’s a completely renovated spa in the middle of the town.
Bormio is a town with bars and restaurants inspired by the tastes of the mountain. It’s simple, it’s earthy and most important of all, it’s very delicious. You’ll enjoy many simple dishes based on cheese, butter and potatoes, which will give you all the energy you need for the cold, snowy mountains.
There’s plenty of choices when it comes to accommodation in Bormio. Whether you seek luxurious hotels, ski chalets for large groups, or more modest apartments close to the ski lifts, you will definitely find it in Bormio.
If you’re looking for ski schools while in Bormio, you won’t be disappointed. There are 30 ski and snowboard teachers that will help you brush up on your skills, no matter the level. Individual lessons, group sessions, mountaineering, snowshoeing and even special lessons for disabled individuals. Book your ski hire in Bormio.
Weather in Bormio
Bormio Snow History
Events in Bormio 2017/18
Winter Season Opening – 2 December
The ski region of Bormio opens its doors to beginners, intermediate and expert skiers in 2017.
Audi FIS Ski World Cup 2017 – 28-29 December 2017
A world-class competition taking place in a legendary ski-resort on Stelvio’s slope in Bormio. A place where several hall-of-fame champions have written their names in the pages of downhill history.
National Alpine Ski Champs – 30 December 2017
A competition held since 1931 is taking place on Stelvio’s slope once more in a battle to decide the winners of the National title.
The English Alpine Champs – 10-16 February 2018
A tournament receiving athletes from different ages to defy themselves in diverse and stimulating disciplines such as Slalom, Giant Slalom, Super G and much more. Come and witness the parade of athletes throughout the streets of Bormio.
Airport transfer types to suit all budgets
Share the vehicle with other passengers with similar flights & destinations.
One of the most cost effective and efficient ways of getting to the resort.
Similar to a shared transfer, except this runs to a set timetable, so you're required to book a service that works for your flight times.
Generally not door-to-door but cheaper.
Book a driver and vehicle for your sole use.
No sharing with others, no waiting at the airport and a direct door-to-door service, with no additional stops en route.
Similar to a private transfer the only difference is that it is using a larger vehicle.
Perfect for larger groups wanting to travel together.
Exec & Limousine
Enjoy vehicles such as a top-of-the-range Mercedes minivan or an S-Class Mercedes limousine.
Like a private transfer, but with the additional benefit of travelling in style.
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