Hotel Montana is placed in the centre of the pedestrian precinct of Corso Italia in Cortina d’Ampezzo close to ski-lifts and cable cars as well as other important sport facilities. The Hotel offers a dining room with view on the central road, a TV lounge with video games and a video library. Moreover it has its own private car parking facilities and a ski-depot provided with all necessary devices for professional ski waxing.
HOW TO REACH US
From the airport of Venice “Marco Polo” and the airport of Treviso “Canova”
For the winter season, a bus transfer service will run from the 18th December 2009 to the 5th April 2010.
– Friday, Saturday and Sunday from/to Venice and from Treviso;
– Saturday and Sunday from/to Rovigo, Ferrara, Bologna and to Treviso;
– every Saturday from/to Verona, Bergamo and Milan.
During the period from 18th Dec 2009 to 7th Jan 2010, buses number 703 and 706 (to/from Cortina – Venice, Mestre, Rovigo, Ferrara and Bologna) will run DAILY.
BOOKING OF THE TRANSFER:
Reservation is necessary and must be made before 5pm the day before departure:
Phone +39 338 4340473
Fax +39 0436 643113
As you drive in the direction of Cortina from Venice, past Longarone and the villages of Tai and Valle in Cadore, you enter the valley of the river Boite, with the impressive mount Pelmo on your left and mount Antelao on your right.
This is the main way to reach Cortina, and the only one that does not demand driving through mountain passes.
The National Road 51 of Alemagna runs through Cortina in the north-south direction and the National Road 48bis of the Dolomites from east to west.
Driving from south, that is from Belluno-Venice (SS51 of Alemagna), go out from freeway at Pian de Vedoia (end).
When arrive in Cortina, the hotel is in the main center of town, so By car, you can drive counterclockwise around Cortina on a one-way road. Along the road, after the Railway Bridge, turn first left.
If you prefer travelling by train, the main railway line is Venezia S.Lucia – Calalzo di Cadore, then transfer to Cortina by a connected bus service.
The nearest railway station is at Calalzo di Cadore, 35 km away. The through journey from Venice to Cortina takes about 3,5 hours (train+bus).
New service: “The mountain railways”
In the daytime, Eurostar Italia services run from Rome to Milan for Mestre/Cortina and in the night, Treno Notte services run from Rome to Calalzo.
The initiative allows you to travel by Eurostar Italia from Rome (Roma Termini station) and from Milan to Mestre (mainland Venice). From Mestre, special shuttle buses wait to take you to Cortina, with connections coinciding with the arrival/departure times of your train.
On the north there is the Fortezza-Dobbiaco railway line. Transfer to Cortina by bus. From Fortezza to Cortina it takes about 2 hours (train+bus).
From Innsbruck, there are trains leaving each hour from 11,30am to 8,00pm. It takes about 4 hours to get to Cortina. Connection with the main train station: Cortina Express
Train’s timetables Italy: you may consult the Italian Railways on-line timetable on “Trenitalia” web site.
The bus station is located in the center of Cortina city in Marconi Street. In high season, buses lines provide direct connections between Cortina and some cities in northern Italy. Also there are services to/from Venice with stops in Mestre and Treviso. In high season the service is daily, on the rest of the year only on Saturdays and sundays.
From the train station Calalzo di Cadore: 35 km.
From Marco Polo Airport: 2 hours by shuttle bus.
From Treviso airport: 118 km.
From Innsbruck: 156 km.