IT    |    EN    |    DE
Via Btg. Morbegno, 20
23032 Bormio (SO) Italy
Tel. +39 0342 904504
Fax +39 0342 918435
e-mail: info@hotelalu.it
How to get to Bormio:
By car
  • From Milan: Tangenziale Nord, exit Cinisello Balsamo; duel carriageway Lecco until Colico; SS 38 for Sondrio, Tirano, Bormio
  • From Brescia: motorway A4 exit Brescia Ovest direction lago d'Iseo; SS42 Breno, Edolo; SS39 for Aprica , Tirano; SS 38 for Bormio
  • Da nord:
    - From St. Moritz, Passo Bernina, Passo Forcola, Livigno, Bormio. (passable only in the summer)
    - From St .Moritz, Passo Bernina, Tirano, Bormio. (open all year round).
    - From Zernez, Tunnel "Munt la Schera" galleria della Drossa, Livigno, Bormio. Info: www.livigno.eu
  • Passes open only in the summer: - Passo del Gavia (dalla provincia di Brescia - Ponte di Legno) = which leads to Santa Caterina Valfurva eand therefore to Bormio - Passo dello Stelvio 2750mt (dalla provincia di Bolzano) con discesa a Bormio - From Santa Maria (Confine Italo - Svizzero) head towards Passo di S. Maria – Umbrail pass 2500mt che si collega

print you journey route from the michelin web site www.viamichelin.com

IMPORTANT - The Gavia and Stelvio passes are closed in the winter.

By train
  • From Milan Central Station, the train takes two and a half hours and goes through Lecco, Morbegno, Sondrio and ends the line at Tirano. timetables available on www.trenitalia.it
  • From Tirano there is a bus service that carries on to Bormio, to check time table visit www.busperego.com
  • From S. Moritz, Switzerland there is a train service to Tirano and there you will find the above bus service for Bormio

By plane

Airport transfers
Through out the winter season there is a bus transfer service most days of the week for Bormio from Milano Malpensa, Bergamo Orio al serio and Munich. For information and booking visit: www.mtbus.it.