How to Get There

By air


The most convenient airports are those of Venice (147 kilometres from Roncegno), Treviso (132km) and Verona (100km). Venice is the best airport for regular flights, including British Airways, Alitalia, Sabena, and EasyJet. Ryanair fly to Venice Treviso, Verona Brescia and Bergamo, all of which are within two hours drive of the house. All airports have car hire facilities: it is usually best to arrange these when you buy your air ticket. From Venice or Venice Treviso airports you can catch a train to the Valsugana from Mestre station.

By Rail


The local railway station is at Borgo, on the Valsugana Venice-Trento branch line. Trento is the local main line station with international connections. More details from the Ferrovie dello Stato web site.


By Car


From the north, south or west: go to Trento on the A22 Modena-Brennero motorway, and exit at either of the Trento exits. Follow signs for the SS47 to Padua or Vicenza; this takes you up out of the Adige valley into the Valsugana. The turning for Roncegno comes about 30 kilometres or 19 miles out of Trento (there is a place called Roncogno: don't be fooled). From the east: the entrance to the Valsugana is at Bassano del Grappa: follow signs there for Trento and the SS47. The turn off for Roncegno comes after Borgo.