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Venice to Dolomite via train or bus

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Venice to Dolomite via train or bus

Hey,

I want to visit Dolomite for a day trip travelling from Venice.

Can anyone please tell me if I can get a train or bus to Dolomite?

How long it takes? and how much?

Thanks! =)

Here & There
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1. Re: Venice to Dolomite via train or bus

In the eastern Dolomites, Cortina's probably the easiest town in the Dolomites to reach from Venice.

This site has transportation information:

dolomiti.org/dengl/Cortina/cinfo/info2.html

There are also day tours from Venice to the Dolomites:

http://www.tours-italy.com/veneto/index.html

tours-italy.com/venice-day_tours-dolomites_d…

venice.city-discovery.com/tour.php…

It will be a memorable day trip! The Dolomites are spectacular!

Vagabonda

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2. Re: Venice to Dolomite via train or bus

The easiest bit of the Dolomites to get to from Venice is Pieve di Cadore/Cortina d'Ampezzo. There are direct trains as far as Pieve, which is the birthplace of Tiziano, and then if you want to go further up the valley to Cortina, you can get a bus from there. As far as Pieve takes a couple of hours.

As an alternative, at the weekends there is a bus run by ATVO which takes you direct from Venice Piazzale Roma to Cortina d'Ampezzo

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