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Madonna di Campiglio (Val di Sole)








Madonna di Campiglio

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Madonna di Campiglio is a renowned ski resort located in the Trentino region of northern Italy. 

Nestled in the stunning Brenta Dolomites, this ski area offers a fantastic mix of natural beauty and world-class skiing opportunities. It is part of the Val di Sole ski region. 

With a history dating back to the early 20th century, Madonna di Campiglio started as a traditional alpine village that catered to summer tourism. However, in the 1930s, it began to transform into a popular winter destination. 

When it comes to après ski, Madonna di Campiglio offers a vibrant and lively scene. The village is filled with numerous bars, restaurants, and cafes where skiers can relax and socialize after a day on the slopes. The atmosphere is welcoming and festive, with live music, DJ sets, and entertainment often on offer. 

Visitors can indulge in delicious Italian cuisine and sample regional wines while enjoying the après ski ambiance. It features a charming blend of traditional Alpine architecture and elegant hotels. 

The town is directly connected to the ski area, providing easy access to the slopes through modern lifts and gondolas. 

Madonna di Campiglio is particularly suitable for intermediate and advanced skiers due to its diverse range of challenging slopes. The resort features a variety of red and black runs, including the famous ""3Tre"" slope, which hosts a World Cup slalom race. However, beginners will also find suitable slopes and ski schools to help them improve their skills. 

There are several backdoor area's that connect to the Madonna di Campiglio area in the Val di Sole ski that you can see on the piste map: 


These two neighboring towns offer a more relaxed après-ski ambiance. The architecture is predominantly composed of hotels and apartment complexes designed in a modern Alpine style. They provide excellent access to the ski area through a network of lifts and cable cars.

Sitting in an adjacent valley, Marilleva has direct local train route access in the old town - there's also the Marilleva 1400 settlement, further up from the valley floor. 

Pinzolo is in the opposite direction, with a tiny ski area of its own, from which you can connect to the Madonna di Campiglio. Again, this is a much quieter low key base.

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Milan Bergamo




1hr 45 drive Bolzano 

2.5hr drive Verona 

One of the least painful Dolomites resorts via Public transport

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If you wanted to train transfer part of the way, it's best to aim for Trento, from which you can catch the Flyski shuttle the rest of the way (1.5hrs) Or Train all the way Take the Dolomiti Ski train from Trento (2hrs) From Trento to Daolasa (Val di Sole) where you can get straight off and onto the Gondola, or choose one of the other stops all the way up to Mezzana. Alternatively get off at Dimaro and take a taxi or bus (15min) to Folgarida or Madonna di Campiglio Verona to Trento (1hr) Bolzano (30min) Innsbruck to Trento (3hr)

The easiest way to plan train travel is use The Trainline (click the logo below)

This is because it's the most comprehensive integration of all European train operators, so you can even plan cross-border travel.

On average you can book 3-4 months in advance, read our full Guide to European Rail travel

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FlySki Shuttle Shared coach service 

Operates from these airports/stations (please check the time/line for exact stops) 

  • VERONA "Valerio Catullo" airport 

  • BERGAMO "Orio al Serio" airport 

  • VENEZIA "Marco Polo" airport 

  • TRENTO train station 



  • MILANO stazione centrale

 Straight to Madonna di Camp OR Val di Sole resorts Transfers start from 35 euro each way

Check the "Download PDF file" link on the homepage for the latest timetables

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