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A unique place, where colours give life to a breathtaking landscape
A great celebration, where everyone can be the star
A dream for the younger generations
CORTINA 2021 DOSSIER
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Fondazione Cortina 2021
A great achievement: Cortina will host the Alpine World Ski Championships 2021
Cortina reached an important achievement, with perseverance, talent and passionGiovanni MalagòConi president
It will be the reinaissance of the DolomitiLuca ZaiaPresident of the Veneto Region
Guys, in Mexico we jumped on the ChampionshipsKristian GhedinaTestimonial Candidatura Cortina2021
We are doing our best to support the organization of the World Ski ChampionshipsCarlo De RogatisThe Interim Cortina d’Ampezzo Administrator
We won because we demonstrated credibilityFlavio RodaFISI President
Alessandro BenettonPresident of Fondazione Cortina 2021.
This event will introduce and live the mountains to all Italian citizensLuca LottiMinister of Sport
A global event open to the future with athletes and young generation involved in the project.Paolo NicolettiLawyer, former FIGC officer, holds the position of MD.
For tourists visiting Venice, adding Cortina to their travel plans is a chance that cannot be missed. The Queen of the Dolomites is only a little over 150 kilometres (94 miles) from the Veneto capital, a short two-hour drive on the A27 motorway (Venice – Belluno). It can also be reached from the Brennero A22 motorway (exit at Bressanone and then continue towards Dobbiaco and Cortina), which is better when coming from Lombardy and Austria.
The train stations closest to Cortina are Calalzo di Cadore (35 km) and Dobbiaco, linked to the Queen of the Dolomites by a bus service that runs in connection with train arrivals and departures. The “Grand Turismo” bus service that connects Cortina to the train stations of Venezia-Mestre is extremely comfortable and quick (only two and four hours respectively). A train-bus service also runs from Milan and Rome, with travel times of five and six hours.
During high season, there are bus services to and from the main airports, railway stations and capital cities of many Italian regions.
The best airports for visiting Cortina are Venice, Treviso, Verona, Bologna, Trieste and Innsbruck. Daily and seasonal connections link the Queen of the Dolomites to Venice Airport. Connections with the main flights are very good, and travel time is just over two hours, on extremely comfortable buses. During high season, there are also bus services to and from the airports of Treviso and Bologna.