Go to Bormio by car, how?

AutoBormio is about 200 km from Milan and the trip takes about 3 hours.
Coming from Milan you reach Bormio going through Lecco along the highway n.36 up to Colico, and then along the main road n. 38 which leads directly to the resort.

Coming from Central and Southern Italy or in general from motorway n. A1 you can choose between two ways depending on which season you decide to visit Bormio.
In summer: motorway A22 Modena-Bolzano; highway Bolzano-Merano; Merano-Spondigna; Stelvio Pass (open from mid May to the beginning of November); Bormio.
In winter: as you get to Verona, motorway n. A4 Turin-Venice direction Turin; go out at Brescia West direction Iseo Lake; main road n. 56 to Edolo; Aprica Pass, Tirano, Bormio.

Coming from Austria the best way in winter goes through Landeck, Martina, Zernez (Switzerland), La Drossa Tunnel, Livigno; Foscagno Pass, Bormio.
In summer, again coming from Austria, you may choose the way through Landeck, Reschen Pass, Malles Venosta, Stelvio Pass, Bormio. Pay attention: Stelvio is 2758m above sea level, it often snows in summer and it could be difficult to go along the road with no chains or snow tyres.



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