Trento is connected with the main airports by the A22 Brennero Motorway and by the railway: 90 Km from Catullo Airport (Verona), about 200 km from Venice (Marco Polo) and Bergamo (Orio al Serio) airports, 245 km from Linate Airport (Milan), 265 from Malpensa Airport (Milan), 220km from Guglielmo Marconi Airport (Bologna) and 60 km from the new airport in Bolzano.
For those arriving in Bergamo (Orio al Serio airport) there is a shuttle bus service to Bergamo railway station, leaving every 15 minutes from 6.05 a.m. to 00.15 a.m.; to Milano Centrale railway station leaving every 20 minutes from 04.30 a.m. to 01.00 a.m. and to Brescia railway station.
For those arriving in Verona (Valerio Catullo airport) or Brescia (Montichiari Airport) there is a shuttle bus service to Verona railway station every day, leaving every 20 minutes from 6.30 in the morning until 11.35 p.m.
For those arriving in Venice (Marco Polo Airport) there are buses to Venezia-Santa Lucia and Mestre-Venezia railways stations.
The airports of Verona, Bergamo and Venice are connected to Trentino’s major tourist resorts with a transfer shuttle service on Saturdays and Sundays (from December to April) operated by Fly Ski Shuttle. The airports of Verona, Bergamo and Milano Malpensa are also connected through another shuttle service, available everyday and operated by Dolomites Airport Shuttle.
For those arriving in Bologna (Guglielmo Marconi Airport) the are buses to Bologna Central railway station every 20 minutes from 5.35 a.m. to 23.35 p.m. From Bologna Central Station there are direct trains to Trento.
For those arriving in Bolzano (ABD Airport).Hosts flights to and from Rome operated by the regional airline Air Alps (in summer there are additional flights to and from Olbia, Sardinia). No connection to the airport with public city buses. The next bus stop is 600 mt from the airport (Line 10A or 10B). You can then reach Trento by train.
If you reach Trento by train, check the timetable on “Trenitalia – Italian Railways” website. Trento railway station is in Piazza Dante. Please note that you often have to change train in Verona (to go to Trento the direction is Brennero/Monaco) and that there are no train connections after 11.00 p.m. and until 05.00 a.m.
Just before starting your trip, you have to stamp your tickets (including supplements and reservations) at any of the yellow or green/grey machines that are ubiquitous at train stations.
If you are coming from Austria or Germany, check “Deutsche Bahn” or “OBB” website.
You can reach Trento by car on the Brennero main road; on the A22 Brennero motorway (A22-exit for “Trento nord” if you are coming from north or “Trento sud”, if you are coming from south); on the Valsugana highway for those arriving from Venice or on the main road of the Gardesana occidentale (main road 45) for those arriving from Brescia.
Speed is limited to 130 km/h (80 mph) on motorways, 110 km/h (68 mph) on national roads (strade statali), 90 km/h (55 mph) on secondary rural and local rural roads, and 50 km/h (31 mph) on urban roads.
Road conditions are perfect year round, even in winter, as a large fleet of snowploughs are always on hand to free the entire road network from snow and ice when needed. From 15 November to 15 April, all cars must have snow-tyres or carry snow-chains aboard.