Discover the other side of Italy this summer. Hidden in the picturesque Dolomites, South Tyrol enjoys 300 days of sun a year. That means it’s perfect for outdoor adventurers who want to do more than just admire the stunning landscape. And once you’ve reached your peak for the day, reward yourself with world famous cuisine that combines Italian flair with Alpine elegance.
Getting to South Tyrol is easy as the region is just a short distance from a number of airports – Verona, Milan-Bergamo, Milan, Venice and Treviso as well as Innsbruck and Munich.
Flights are available with BA, EasyJet, Ryanair and Monarch from a range of UK airports including: London Heathrow, London Gatwick, Manchester, Leeds, East Midlands, Bristol, Liverpool, Glasgow, and Edinburgh. Lots of people travelling to South Tyrol hire a car at the airport, but there are also quick and convenient bus transfers from Milan, Malpensa, Bergamo, Verona, Innsbruck or Munich airports, starting from €48 per person – make sure you book at least 48 hours in advance though.
Discover 300 days of sunshine