How to get here
The airports of Verona, Bergamo and Venice are linked to the main tourist resorts by a transfer service operating on Saturdays and Sundays (from December to April) run by Fly Ski Shuttle. During the WUC Speedskating period a special and dedicated Shuttle Service free of charge for the National Universitary Team will be available on reservation.
The main towns in the province, Trento and Rovereto, are served by long-distance trains and both stations are situated close to the city centre. From here it is possible reach other locations via the extra-urban transport network (link at http://www.visittrentino.it/en/arrivare/spostarsi-in-trentino) which offers local train lines and a bus service arriving at all the venues involved in the event.
Trentino can be easily reached by car, motorbike or camper van. The A22 “Brennero-Modena” motorway crosses the whole of the province and links up to two of the main Italian motorways, the A1 “Milan-Naples” and the A4 “Milan-Venice”. Along the route there are frequent signs, also pointing out the most important historic and artistic attractions, gastronomic features and the most well-known sports centres.
Good road conditions are ensured throughout the year, even in winter. The large number of snow clearing vehicles makes it possible to clear the whole road network of snow and ice in just a few hours.
IMPORTANT: from the middle of November 2015, all cars must be fitted with snow tires or have snow chains on board.
The whole area is equipped with an extensive network of equipped areas and stop-off points for camper vans, confirming that Trentino is a “camper-friendly” province.
A22 motorway exits. Link at http://www.visittrentino.it/en/arrivare/arrivare-in-auto
- Trento Sud or Trento Nord (for Baselga di Piné)