Airport transfers from Milan to Bormio – take the hassle out of getting from the airport to your ski resort by booking a friendly airport transfer with Alps2Alps. Bormio is one of the most famous ski resorts in the whole of the Alps. The Ski World Cup was held here in 1985 and 2005 and every year there are FIS World Cup races.
Below you will all you need to know about your trip to Bormio, and some important facts why our clients trust Alps2Alps to deliver a reliable & affordable airport transfer service.
On average, a transfer from Milan airport to Bormio will take around 3 hours and 40 minutes, depending on the date, weather and traffic conditions. Bormio is one of the most famous resorts in Italy, it can be very busy and if you are travelling at peak times you can expect to encounter some traffic, queues and waiting. At Alps2Alps we will always do everything to ensure you are comfortable for the duration of your transfer.
We highly recommend travelling midweek to save your precious travel time and maximise time on the slopes.
The direct route from Milan airport to Bormio (218 km) will usually take you via Strada Statale 36 del Lago di Como e dello Spluga and SS38. Take Strada Statale 336. Take the right lane and take the exit towards Aeroporto/A9/Como/Milano/Varese/Gravellona T./Busto Arsizio. At the SS336 and A36 head towards Via Nazionale dei Giovi/SP44. From SP35, take exit 15. Through SP32 go to Strada Statale 36 del Lago di Como e dello Spluga (Giussano). Continue driving on Strada Statale 36 del Lago di Como e dello Spluga towards Cosio Valtellino. Head to your end destination: Via Milano/Strada del Passo dello Stelvio/SS38 (Bormio). Always ask the driver about the best possible way to get to the resort. If there is bad weather or snow, you should plan extra time for your transfer.
It can be hard to spend hours staying seated. If you want to stop at any stage of the trip to get up and walk around to stretch your legs and get a few minutes in the fresh air, we will happily accommodate this. That will help you stay comfortable during the long trip.
There are many supermarkets en-route to Bormio. If you will get hungry on your way to the ski resort, you can choose there a few snacks for the journey. Sometimes products bought on the way to Bormio are cheaper than those found in the resort itself. All shop visits should be pre-booked with Customer Support prior your arrival.
Bormio is nestled in the Stelvio National Park, surrounded by the imposing peaks of the Rhaetian Alps. You can enjoy beautiful landscapes during your trip. Take your camera out and start snapping!
If you travel to a place at a higher altitude than you’re used to, it’s important to know that this can present some passengers with mild discomfort. Your body will need time to adjust to the change in pressure.
Milan airport sits at 235m, while valley floor in Bormio, is at 1,225m above the sea level. Nausea, headaches and dizziness can be symptoms of the change in air pressure. Young children are often those at risk to feeling unwell.
When you combine such air pressure change with steep, serpentine roads, the journey can be difficult for some people. If needed, ask your driver to lower the temperature in the vehicle to help you feel more comfortable.
Bormio and its valleys also called the Magnificent Earth or “Magna Land of Bormio and the honoured valleys”, is located in the heart of the Italian Alps. When you aren’t feeling well, the beautiful mountain scenery can be the right medicine for you!
Bormio is a beautiful medieval town with 4100 residents. The resort is nestled in Northern Italy, in the region Lombardia, near the Swiss and Austrian borders. Originally a thermal spa town, Bormio is famous for its terme or thermal baths, well-known since Roman times.
At Bormio Ski the offer to winter lovers is rich: a ski area with 50 km of slopes served by 15 functional and modern lifts, two freeride spots for extreme sports lovers and Snowpark Bormio. There's a great selection of other activities, such as paragliding: an expert pilot will help you to get an unforgettable experience of soaring in the air with a gentle to take off with skis or snowboard on from 2,600 meters. For the little ones, there is the Gormiti Park, the ideal place for kids to go sledding or to start off with their first skiing experiences.
Bormio is part of Alta Valtellina ski area with access to 184km of downhill skiing, with 112 individual pistes, served by 62 ski lifts. The appropriate ski pass will allow you to ski and snowboard in other Alta Valtellina ski resorts of Livigno and Santa Caterina.
Over the years Bormio ski resort annually hosted the World Cup Downhill Men and had been the house of the Alpine Ski World Cup in 1985 and 2005.
Find out more about Bormio ski resort here.
Milan Malpensa airport is located 50 km from Milan city and is one of the three in the Milan influence area. Malpensa Airport serves 15 million inhabitants in the regions of Lombardy, Liguria and Piedmont. We strongly recommend that you book an airport transfer in advance to avoid any unnecessary stress and waiting.
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At Alps2Alps, we aim to offer the best value transfers to all ski resorts in the Alps. We tend to take a transparent approach to our pricing structure. We take a number of factors into consideration when calculating our quotes. These important factors include:
The number of people travelling
The day and time you travel
Any discounts available
When calculating fares, we start with our standard price and then reduce this based on the factors mentioned above. This dynamic approach means we only ever decrease our prices – never increase them.
Pricing is also affected by vehicle availability, transfer schedule, vehicle utilisation and additional costs such as road tolls and parking charges.
By travelling midweek you'll enjoy lower prices, spend less time stuck in traffic and will have more time for skiing. We highly recommend travelling midweek. A midweek transfer can save you up to 60%. More discounts are available for the travelling off-season and off-peak.
Proper ski and snowboard storage will make your equipment last and perform longer. Alps2Alps Ski Depot service makes it very simple and convenient for you! You can leave here your skies or snowboard after your ski holidays. That is not only ski storage: other ski services are also available, such as – repair, edge tuning, wax etc. That is very simple – you will give your ski or snowboard to the transfer driver and will receive them back on your next trip to the Alps, in any airport wherever Alps2Alps operates.
Booking your transfer is very easy and totally stress-free! All you need to do is to complete our online booking form. You can also contact us via e-mail or telephone.
Our booking system is 100% secure, it takes less than 5 minutes and we’ll guarantee your booking immediately. If your chosen service or destination isn’t available, don’t hesitate to contact us and we’ll do everything we can to assist you.
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