How To Get To Pejo - Peio

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How To Get To Pejo - Peio

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Where is Pejo Italy?

The Pejo ski resort is in Val di Sole, Trentino, northern Italy rising above the villages of the same (but different) names of Peio & Peio Fonti. The closest other village is Cogolo, 4km to the south, and the terminus of the nearest railway line at Mezzana is 15km to the southeast.

As a European crow would fly, Pejo is only 155km northeast from the centre of Milan & 55km west of Bolzano (what we at Powderhounds regard as the capital of the Dolomites - feel free to disagree!). Sadly, due to the nature of the topography, driving distances are far greater.

Gateway Airports

Whether arriving via the international airports at Milan Malpensa (MXP) or Venice Marco Polo (VCE), journey time to Pejo by car is around 4hr or greater in winter.

By far the better option for travellers from within Europe or the UK, Innsbruck (INN) airport is an excellent option, plus it is only 3-3&frac;hr away by car via Bolzano. Rental cars from Innsbruck are fully winterised & train connection to Bolzano or Trento are excellent.

Public Transport & Transfers

Public transport options exist via the train from Trento to the terminus at Mezzana & then bus or taxi to Pejo. Journey times are long.....very long (but carbon friendly)! POW- Protect Our Winters. So, whilst it is certainly possible to get there by train, a quicker method, especially good for larger groups, is a private transfer direct to the Val di Sole & Pejo. A good option can be to get to a large transport hub like Bolzano or Trento & arrange to be picked up for transfer from there.

Search & book your private transfer to the Val di Sole & Peio here.

Driving to Peio

Driving to Pejo from the nearest major centres of Venice, Milan or Innsbruck, will usually take between 3½ & 4½hr in winter conditions. By car the routes variously come from Austria via the Brenner Pass & Bolzano, from Venice via Verona & Trento, or from the west (Milan et al) via the Passo Tonale (& its namesake ski resort). Journeys over the Tonale Pass can be arduous in severe winter conditions. Ensure your rental car is fully winterised.

For more information, hints & warnings about winter driving, see our Travel in Italy page.

Getting Around the Val di Sole

Once in the Val di Sole, an excellent winter local bus system links the various villages, train stations & ski resort bases, removing the need for a car.

See the ski bus route map here.

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