Airport Transfers to Corvara

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Innsbruck to Corvara Transfer

Book your Innsbruck to Corvara transfer today, as well as from a range of other airports for the best prices!  The most popular airports to fly into to reach Corvara are Innsbruck, Venice Marco Polo, Munich and Bergamo. Offering the best value airport transfers to Corvara, whatever your budget or group size.

Corvara Transfers

Ski-Lifts provide a range of award-winning quality transfers to Corvara and many other ski resorts in Italy.  The service is reliable and safe and our drivers have decades of local knowledge with great value prices, offering shared, private, executive, limousines and coach transfers to Corvara.

A Corvara transfer with Ski Lifts is the quickest and easiest way to get from the airport or train station to your ski resort, so you can enjoy more time on the slopes.

Getting to Corvara

Getting to Corvara couldn’t be easier with Ski-Lifts if you decide to fly to France, Italy or Switzerland. The transfer from Innsbruck to Corvara. takes around 2 hours and is the most popular airport to fly into. There are other airport transfers available such as Venice Marco Polo Airport, Munich Airport and Bergamo Airport.

Private transfers to Corvara are a preferred option as you won’t be sharing with other passengers or waiting at the airport. Your driver will be waiting for you on arrival, making it a direct door-to-door service with no additional stops en route. Moreover, our transfers include all baggage, including ski equipment, without any extra charges.

A Corvara shared transfer is a popular option for budget-conscious travellers who don’t mind sharing a transfer with passengers arriving or departing on similar flight times. This can mean there is a wait at the transfer meeting point on arrival, other pick-up or drop-offs en route but shared transfers are one of the most cost-effective and efficient ways of getting to Corvara.

Corvara Ski Resort

Corvara is an Italian ski resort associated with the Dolomites ski area. An area considered Europe’s largest ski region, offering skiers 1,200km of pistes to explore.

Corvara is an excellent ski resort that caters to skiers of different skill levels. Intermediate skiers will find circuits on both ends that suit their taste, with a tremendous amount of challenging runs that offer panoramic views. However, expert skiers may have to climb further and spend more time exploring to find runs that are difficult enough for their skill level.

For beginners, there are wide and easier slopes close to the village, which offer picturesque views of the surrounding area. Overall, Corvara is a great resort with excellent ski bases for beginners and intermediate skiers alike.

Whether you’re cruising down the wide, perfectly groomed pistes or challenging yourself on the steeper terrain, you’re surrounded by the awe-inspiring beauty of the Dolomites.

Now, when the sun sets, Corvara invites you to experience the delightful Italian apres ski scene. Imagine yourself sipping a rich cappuccino or a glass of velvety wine in a cosy mountain chalet. The atmosphere is friendly and relaxed, with a touch of Italian flair. There’s nothing quite like indulging in a sumptuous Italian meal in one of the local restaurants, where you’re treated to a culinary journey of the region.

Top Traveller Tip for Corvara

Here’s an insider’s tip: While Corvara is famous for its skiing, the Sella Ronda ski circuit is a must-do adventure. It’s a ski route that loops around the Sella massif, taking you through four mountain passes and some of the most spectacular scenery in the Dolomites. You can ski the Sella Ronda in either direction, and it’s an absolute must for intermediate to advanced skiers.

Corvara Ski Resort Facts

Resort altitude: 1570m Highest Point: 2500m Downhill pistes: 130km Pistes: 84 Lifts: 20

Blue 54%  Red40%  Black5%

Airport transfers to Corvara – Transfer times

Innsbruck Airport to Corvara transfer time is approx. 1hr55mins
Bergamo Airport to Corvara transfer time is approx. 3hrs20mins
Munich Airport to Corvara transfer time is approx. 3hrs30mins
Venice Marco Polo Airport to Corvara transfer time is approx. 2hrs40mins


Why choose a Ski-Lifts transfer to Corvara?

Providing 24/7 customer service for transfer-related enquiries, and our exclusive network is made up of only the best local and friendly experts for our transfer providers. From restaurant recommendations to discounted ski hire, local knowledge can really make the difference to your trip, and it’s something that Ski-Lifts really prides itself on.

Travelling with Ski Equipment is hassle-free if you’re planning on bringing your own skis! Not everyone travels with their own equipment, but some people choose to do so. Ski-Lifts include your baggage with your booking in the price, without charging you extra (as long as you tell us about the baggage in advance when you’re booking).

Book your airport transfers to Corvara today to secure the best prices!

Remember to use your  loyalty points for a discount on your next transfer!  Getting an airport transfer to Corvara could not be simpler 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 Corvara.


Bergamo, Munich, Venice and Innsbruck to Corvara Transfer FAQs

Who is Corvara Suitable For?

Corvara has slopes and facilities suitable for beginner, intermediate, advanced, budget, snowboarders and off-piste skiers. The ski area is best suited for intermediates and families who are on the lookout for wide and gentle slopes. Having said that, even the experts will be challenged by the 37 black runs, sufficient off-piste, steep couloirs and over 1000m of descents for the bravest skiers. With a range of off-piste skiing to give even Chamonix a run for its money.

When is Corvara open?

Corvara Ski Season is open from mid December to late April. (Please note – dates are subject to change)

What are Corvara transfer distances?

Innsbruck to Corvara transfer, 134km
Venice Marco Polo to Corvara transfer, 1172km
Bergamo to Corvara transfer, 296km
Munich to Corvara transfer, 330km

Airport transfer types to suit all budgets


One of the most cost effective and efficient ways of getting to the resort.



No sharing with others, no waiting at the airport and a direct door-to-door service, with no additional stops en route.



Perfect for larger groups wanting to travel together.



Like a private transfer, but with the additional benefit of travelling in style.


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