Driving from south: follow A27 motorway as far as Belluno exit (from Milan: 357 Km , from Rome: 615 Km) if you want to go to the Agordino area, to the Marmolada and Arabba.
If you take the Pian de Vedoia exit (i.e. the last exit), you can go to Cortina (crossroads at Tai di Cadore: go east, 30 Km), Cadore, Comelico (Santo Stefano: 50 Km, Sappada: 62 Km), Sappada and Zoldo.
Driving from north: along the A22 motorway Modena-Brennero you see the Bressanone exit. Follow the main road towards Dobbiaco. Around 30 km south of Dobbiaco you arrive in Cortina and then Cadore Valley.
For more information: www.autobrennero.it
The Dolomiti Bus is the main bus company in the Dolomites of the Veneto region.
The main bus station is in Belluno, in the Station Square. There are daily buses to Cortina, Marmolada, Valle del Biois (stops at Agordo and Falcade), Val di Zoldo (stops at Forno, Dont, Pecol).
More information: www.dolomitibus.it
The national railways link with direct trains several places. From south one line starts from Venezia Santa Lucia (main stops: Mestre, Treviso, Ponte nelle Alpi) and arrives to Calalzo-Pieve di Cadore. The other one connects Padova with Calalzo - via Castelfranco, Belluno.
From north you pass through Fortezza railway station. The last station towards Belluno Provice is San Candido railway station. There is a line bus service from San Candido to Cortina www.sii.bz.it
More information: www.trenitalia.it
The main international airport is the "Marco Polo" in Venice. Venice airport is connected to Mestre railway station by local bus services and shuttle buses.
Venice “Marco Polo” airport is connected with the main Italian airports by various companies. More information: www.veniceairport.it
The other nearest airports are:
Treviso (with special flights from/to London) www.trevisoairport.it
Verona Villafranca www.aeroportoverona.it
Innsbruck in Austria www.innsbruck-airport.com