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Surrounding airports and distance to Silandro/Schlanders:
Innsbruck (A) - 160 km
Verona/ V. Catullo - 200 km
Bergamo/Orio al Serio -311 km
Venice/M.Polo - 320 km
Treviso - 344 km
Munich (D) - 363 km

Innsbruck Airport: www.innsbruck-airport.com, timetable Austrian Railways: www.oebb.at

Munich Airport: www.munich-airport.de, Airport transfer 6 x per day to South Tyrol: www.suedtirolbus.it
Verona Airport: www.aeroportoverona.it, Airport Shuttle: www.atv.verona.it, Italian Railways: www.trenitalia.it

Bergamo Airport: www.sacbo.it, Low Cost airport transfer

Low-cost flights to Innsbruck and Verona
Ryanair: www.ryanair.com
Germanwings: www.germanwings.com
Tuifly: www.tuifly.com

Airport Transfer to South Tyrol
You will find the range of convenient bus transfers connecting South Tyrol with the airports of Milano Malpensa, Bergamo and Verona as well as the airport of Munich (Germany).
For more information visit www.suedtirol.info.
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