Contacts Al Piccolo Hotel di Vigo di Fassa

Address: Strada Neva, 70 - 38039, Vigo di Fassa (TN)

Telephone: +39 0462 764217

Fax: +39 0462 763493

Where are we - Val di Fassa

The main road connections with the Val di Fassa

The Val di Fassa is located in the northeast Trentino and borders on South Tyrol to the west and to the Veneto to the east. The valley can be reached by car from most points, passing the steps around it.

The most important and sliding access road is the SS48. After abandoning the Brenner Highway (A22) at the Egna toll gate - Now, briefly enter the SS48. Continue through Val di Fiemme until you reach the first village in Val di Fassa, or Moena. (Ora-Moena: km 45).

An alternative route is that from Bolzano (exit Brennero motorway exit Bolzano nord) along the Val d'Ega via the pass Costalunga (also called Carezza pass) to arrive in Vigo di Fassa. This last route is shorter than the previous one, considering the distance separating the motorway exit from the first village of Val di Fassa, but especially in winter it is more challenging. (Bolzano-Vigo: km 37).

Those who come from Veneto have the right to take the Serenissima Highway until they reach the A22 at the height of Verona, then continue along the paths above. Alternatively, the traveler can try to pass one of the steps around the Val di Fassa. After crossing the Ponte in the Alps - Belluno you can reach the valley through the Passo San Pellegrino, Passo Rolle and Passo Fedaia, Passo Pordoi depending on where you are.

Val di Fassa is served by a line coach service that connects to the train stations in Trento and Bolzano.

In the summer months, great tourism routes reach our valley directly from cities such as Milan, Venice, Padua, Genoa, Bologna, Florence and others.

Our hotel is located in Vigo di Fassa, one of the most popular ski resorts in the Val di Fassa / Dolomiti Superski area. Directly from the center of the village, a modern cable car reaches in just a few minutes the Ciampedie plateau, a panoramic spot on the entire Val di Fassa, the summits of the Catinaccio, the Vajolet Towers and the other peaks of the Dolomites. The village, with its numerous hotels, is also an important starting point for summer hikes in the Catinaccio massif.