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CARTINA ULTIMA

BY CAR:
THE GALLO PASSAGE / MUNT LA SCHERA TUNNEL:
Open all year round with a toll.
Munt la Schera Tunnel is open 24 hours a day with alternating one-way traffic.
Info: TIMES-RATES
Livigno is most easily accessed from northern Europe and from Triveneto, Emilia, Central and Southern Italy through the Swiss Gallo passage known as "Munt la Schera".

Directions:
- Coming from Triveneto, Emilia, Central and Southern Italy:
motorway exit Bolzano Sud - highway to Merano – val Venosta - Swiss border Tubre/Taufers - Ofenpass - "Munt la Schera" Tunnel.
- For those coming from Northern Europe:
from Landeck (A) - Scuol (CH), Zernez (CH) - "Munt la Schera" Tunnel.
in winter: from Zurich (CH) - Landquart (CH) - Kloster (CH) - Vereina Tunnel - Zernez - "Munt la Schera" Tunnel.
in summer: from Zurich (CH) - Landquart (CH) - Davos (CH) - Flüelapass - Zernez - "Munt la Schera" Tunnel.
Please note that since you will be in Swiss territory, you will need to have with you all the valid documents for travel abroad (even children).

PASSO FORCOLA
Open only during the summer period (late May to early November).
The Forcola is open 24 hours a day.
For tourists coming from Lombardy, Piedmont and Liguria, it is the easiest access.
Please bear in mind that being in Swiss territory, you will need to have with you all the valid documents for travel abroad (even children).

Directions:
- For those arriving from Italy (Lombardy, Piedmont and Liguria): from Milan: Lecco - Sondrio - Tirano - Swiss border - Poschiavo – Forcola Pass 
- For those arriving from northern Europeropa: from Zurich (CH) - Landquart (CH) - Chur (CH) - Thusis - Tiefencastel - Julier Pass - S. Moritz - Bernina Pass – Forcola Pass.

PASSO FOSCAGNO

Open all year round.
The Foscagno pass is open 24 hours a day.
During the winter season it is the only shortest access route for those coming from Lombardy, Piedmont and Liguria.

Directions:
For those arriving from Italy (Lombardy, Piedmont and Liguria): from Milan: Lecco - Sondrio - Tirano - Bormio - Valdidentro - Foscagno Pass – Trepalle - d'Eira Pass.

WARNINGS
- In case of bad weather conditions, the mountain passes are subject to temporary closure.
You should inquire before embarking on a trip.

- For information: tel. +39 0342 545011 Traffic Police of Sondrio
- From November 10th to April 15th, all motor vehicles must be provided with snow chains or winter tyres (for the snow).

By train:
In Italy, the nearest station is the one in Tirano, about 70 km from Livigno. 
Links to Milan, Stazione Centrale and Porta Garibaldi Station, there are many trains that run every day and almost every train coincides with the Perego bus line times for Bormio and Livigno.
TRENITALIA 
BUS PEREGO
In Switzerland you can get to St. Moritz by train and from there continue to Livigno with various other means of transportation, also depending on the season: bus or taxi through the Forcola Pass (summer) or the Passo del Gallo, Munt La Schera Tunnel (winter-summer).

By plane:
In Italy, the nearest airports are Milan and Bergamo. In Switzerland and Austria, the nearest airports are Zurich and Innsbruck. Milan offers easy connections thanks to the shuttle service between the airports of Malpensa and Linate and the Central Station, from where every day many trains depart for Valtellina..
From Zurich you can reach St. Moritz by train, and continue to Livigno by BUS or taxi.
From Innsbruck you can reach Merano by train, and from there continue on to Livigno by taxi.

By Buss:During the high season the local bus service provides a direct connection to Milan-Bormio.
The Bormio-Livigno connection is provided all year round via coach. 
BUS PEREGO

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