Andalo is well connected to the Adige valley and Trento by public bus (www.trentinotrasporti.it/en/, line B611). In addition, private bus companies provide transfer services to Andalo:
- Fabio Viaggi, https://www.fabioviaggi.com/en/;
- Genziana Viaggi, https://genzianaviaggi.com/paganella-transfer/;
- Consorzio Autonoleggiatori Trentini (prices and contacts);
The nearest train stations are Trento or Mezzocorona which can be reached from Verona (www.trenitalia.com/en.html or www.italotreno.it/en) and from Munich or Innsbruck (www.bahn.com/en). There you can find bus connections to Andalo.
If you plan to arrive by plane, the closest airport is the “Valerio Catullo” in Verona. A bus connects the airport to the “Porta Nuova” train station where you can catch a train to Trento or Mezzocorona.
Other nearby airports are Venezia “Marco Polo” and Bologna “Guglielmo Marconi”. Frequent bus lines connect the “Marco Polo” to Mestre or Venezia train stations. Then you have to reach Verona and then take a train to Trento. Conversely, Bologna has a new monorail train that gets you directly to the “Bologna Centrale” train station. Direct local trains connect Bologna to Trento and Mezzocorona.
Finally, both the main Italian hubs, Roma Fiumicino and Milano Malpensa, are connected to Verona (and sometimes to Trento) by high-speed trains. Once you reach Trento, Andalo is only a bus ride far.
Finally, if you wish to travel by car, Andalo is only a twenty-minute from the A22 motorway exits “Trento Nord” or “San Michele All’Adige”. After leaving the motorway, follow the directions to “Altopiano della Paganella”, and you will reach Andalo in a few minutes.
More info is available on the Paganella Dolomiti Booking website.