Stayincortina specialises in quality self-catering apartments in Cortina d'Ampezzo and offers flexibility and great value in order to give you the freedom to live your day as you wish and to really enjoy your holiday.
Stayincortina: your "home from home" in the heart of the Dolomites!
Whether you’ve come to Cortina d’Ampezzo for the ski slopes, because you’re mad about hiking, fancy some of that all-Italian dolce vita with good food, wine and designer shopping or just want to chill out in a natural paradise, we can deliver a whole new experience. Stayincortina is the antidote to hotels. A holiday home in the mountains in just the right style, stupendous views over the stunning Dolomites UNESCO World Heritage Site, the ideal spot for indulging your sporty passions, but still with all the comforts of a hotel. It’s all possible with us! At Stayincortina we take real care of you, meeting your every need with all you would expect from a hotel and much more besides. Superbly fitted-out apartments, luxurious bedding, super-fluffy towels, free Wi-Fi and friendly staff at your service to give you the best advice for making your holiday in the Queen of the Dolomites truly unforgettable.
Just like emotions have no need of words, the Queen of the Dolomites has no need of a complicated presentation, just one sentence will do, uttered by countless visitors to the Dolomites: “Cortina is the most beautiful place in the world!”. Cortina d’Ampezzo is a natural paradise where the magnificent Dolomites World Heritage Site is the breath-taking backdrop to an unforgettable holiday. It’s all here, sport, culture, shopping and fine dining, everything needed for life-enhancing break, with the family, with friends, or a romantic tryst for two.
As a ski resort, Cortina is one of a kind. With 115 km of pistes with various levels of difficulty, always with perfect snow-cover provided by state-of-the-art snow machines, this is one of the largest skiing areas in the Dolomiti Superski complex. Thrilling ski tours await you, as does the Snow Park for snowboarders, children’s pistes, gourmet refuges and aprés-ski in breath-taking settings. Cortina is much more than just a classic ski resort, winter resort is a better name because of all the other wintertime attractions: snow-shoeing, ice-skating, fat biking...
When the sun-kissed Ampezzo Valley turns green, it’s time to get out the bike and hiking boots. Summertime Cortina d’Ampezzo is a fabulous natural gym: gentle rambles up to waterfalls and Alpine lakes, vie ferrate, mountain bike trails and "La Lunga Via delle Dolomiti" one of Europe’s most scenic cycling trails. If however, your idea of an action-packed holiday consists of stretching out in the sun on a scenic mountainside terrace, no worries, the ski lifts stay open in summer to whisk you effortlessly to one of those mountain refuges with breath-taking views.
After a day of thrills and hopefully not too many spills, here are some must-do suggestions: an aperitif in a stylish bar, a stroll in the centre among the fashion boutiques of the Corso Italia and the fascinating arts and crafts shops. You can take dinner in one of the many restaurants or refuges, the latter reached in the winter by motor-sleds, rounded off by sledding under the stars for a very special evening. Cortina buzzes with events, both in summer and winter, to make your holiday even more special.
Cortina d’Ampezzo is in the Italian Province of Belluno. It can be reached by car from the A27 (Venice to Belluno), and the A22 (Modena - Verona - Bressanone - Innsbruck) motorways. Cortina has excellent connections with Venezia and Treviso airports and with Venezia/Mestre train station, using comfortable buses or a private transfer service.
Venezia: 162 km Milano: 432 km Innsbruck: 156 km
Motorway exits A27-Belluno: 72 km A22-Bressanone: 87 km
A27 Venice – Belluno motorway
A22 Modena – Verona – Bressanone motorway
Daily, year-round bus services link Cortina d’Ampezzo with Venice airport. It takes just a little over 2 hours to reach the Queen of the Dolomites.
Info and timetables: Cortina Express, ATVO
Plenty of comfortable buses link Cortina d’Ampezzo with Treviso, Venice and other cities. The Cortina d’Ampezzo bus station is in Via Marconi, very close to the central pedestrian area.
Info and timetables: Cortina Express, ATVO, Flixbus
The nearest train stations are Calalzo di Cadore - with bus service to Cortina d'Ampezzo by Dolomitibus - and Dobbiaco - with bus services to Cortina d’Ampezzo by Cortina Express or SAD.
Train timetable: Trenitalia