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Cheap Flights to Dolomites
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Which day is cheapest to fly to Dolomites?
The cheapest day to fly to Dolomites is usually Wednesday. At the moment, Friday is the most expensive.
What time of day is cheapest to fly to VCE airport?
To get the best value, try booking a flight in the afternoon when visiting Dolomites. Generally the prices will increase for flights at midday as these tend to have higher demand.
How long is the flight to Dolomites?
Flights to Dolomites, Italy from the United Kingdom range from about 2h-8h. Direct flights offer the quickest way to Dolomites, no matter where in the UK you depart. If you book a flight with stopovers en route to Dolomites, you can expect your journey to be on the longer end of the range, depending on the departure city and the number and length of any stopover.
Where can you get direct flights to Dolomites from?
You can book direct flights to Dolomites from several cities across the United Kingdom. If your departure city is London, British Airways, Ryanair, and easyJet also service daily direct flights to Dolomites from London’s Stansted and Gatwick airports, for a total journey time of about two hours. easyJet also provides daily direct flights to Dolomites from Edinburgh, Scotland, and Bristol, England. If you do encounter stopovers en route to Dolomites, you can expect this to happen in common layovers for this journey like London, Paris, Brussels, and Munich.
How do you get from Dolomites airport to the city centre?
When your destination is Dolomites, you’ll fly into the area’s top international airport, Venice Marco Polo Airport (VCE), which is about 97km-160km south of the Dolomites region. Travellers to Dolomites generally stay in surrounding towns, such as Belluno, South Tyrol, and Trentino. Belluno is the nearest at 97km and can be reached from the airport by the ATVO S.p.A. bus, a journey that will take less than 90 minutes and cost about £9. To Trentino, you can also opt to take a bus from the airport, though you have to switch buses in Venice city centre and are routed through Verona, which makes the journey nearly four hours, and a fare that varies. From the airport to South Tyrol, you can take the same bus into Venice city centre, and then transfer to a train, for a total journey time of nearly four hours and a fare that varies greatly. A more popular option is to hire a car from the airport, so you can enjoy a direct route to these cities and see the beautiful northern Italian countryside at the same time, for a journey that maxes out at two and a half hours.
What are some things to do in Dolomites?
The Dolomites are a gorgeous mountain range that makes up the northern end of the Italian Alps. It’s a popular holiday spot for nature lovers and those who want an Italian holiday off the beaten path. Start your holiday by driving the Great Dolomites Road, a scenic route that takes you through the most breathtaking spots of the mountain range, and stop to explore the charming surrounding villages. If you’re visiting during the winter months, skiing and snowboarding is a must-do here. In the spring and summer, the Dolomites offer the perfect mountain biking trails for active visitors.
Do I need a passport or visa to fly to Dolomites?
British citizens travelling to Dolomites, Italy need a valid passport to embark on their journey, although a visa is not required.