WONS 2023 18th Wireless On-demand Network systems and Services Conference 30th January - 1st February 2023, Madonna di Campiglio, Italy


Madonna di Campiglio is a village and a ski resort in northeast Italy. The village lies in the Val Rendena at an elevation of 1,522 m (4,993 ft) above sea level, and has approximately 1,000 inhabitants. Madonna di Campiglio is the main point of access to the Brenta Dolomites

Reaching Madonna di Campiglio

Here below you find selected information taken from:

  1. campigliodolomiti.it - How to get here
  2. Yana Bronnikova at travelblender

To get to the resort from any airport, you have to use public transport (with changes), a cab or a rented car. There is no airport in Madonna di Campiglio, and the closest train station is in Trento (70 km). Consider to use the Flyski shuttle.

By Air

List of airports and their distance from the touristic area of Madonna di Campiglio:


✈ International Airport Verona (Villafranca “Valerio Catullo” - VRN): 165 km from Madonna di Campiglio;

Connections between the airport and the main train station of Verona (called Verona Porta Nuova) are operated daily by Verona Airlink shuttle service. The shuttle operates approx every 20 min, the journey takes 15 minutes. Check the Airlink timetable.

Other available airports

  • International Airport Bergamo (Orio al Serio - BGY): 175 km from Madonna di Campiglio;
  • International Airport Milan Linate (Milano-Linate - LIN): 205 km from Madonna di Campiglio;
  • International Airport Milan Malpensa (Milano-Malpensa - MXP): 260 km from Madonna di Campiglio;
  • International Airport Innsbruck (Innsbruck - INN): 225 km from Madonna di Campiglio;
  • International Airport Venice (Marco Polo - VCE): 290 km from Madonna di Campiglio;
  • International Airport Bolzano (Dolomiti - BZO): 105 km from Madonna di Campiglio;

By Train

Trenitalia and Italo provides train connections to Trento.


If you landed in Verona, use the Verona Airlink shuttle service to reach Verona Porta Nuova (i.e., the main train station of Verona), there you can get a train to Trento. You will spend approx 1h20m en route. Local (cheap) trains run every day from 5.30 am to 10.30 pm, once or twice per hour.


If you landed in Bergamo the best way to reach Trento is to get a shuttle bus from the airport of Bergamo to first reach the train station of Brescia (it takes 1h), then from Brescia keep travelling by train to Trento (approx 2h30m). On the way from Brescia to Trento you will most probably need to change train in Verona Porta Nuova.

By Bus

Flyski Take the Flyski Shuttle from Verona, Bergamo, Milano airports and Trento railway station and get Madonna di Campiglio ski runs. The service is active every Saturday and Sunday during the winter season.

Flyski Shuttle connects the Skiarea Campiglio ski slopes to:

  • Verona Catullo Airport
  • Bargamo Orio Al Serio Airport
  • Milano Linate Airport
  • Milano Malpensa Airport
  • Stazione Centrale di Milano
  • Stazione ferroviaria di Trento

Flyski costs:

  • € 35 per person one way
  • € 59 per person round trip
  • € 50 one way for Milano Malpensa airport. € 85 round trip (change in Orio al Serio airport)
  • € 15 per person one way and € 25 round trip: speciale tratta Trento
  • Skis/snowboards extra-baggage: € 5 for every ride

More info: www.flyskishuttle.com

Public Transport Bus Service

Besides the bus services of Trentino Trasporti, working during the whole year and integrated with some other seasonal buses, Val Rendena has further special seasonal buses.

  • Bus services in Trentino Trentino Trasporti provides buses with daily connections between most towns within the province of Trento. For example, you can reach Madonna di Campiglio starting from Trento train station using ‘extraurbano’ buses.
  1. B601 Trento-Dermulo-Cles-Male’
  2. B642 Male’-Folgarida-Madonna di Campiglio
  • From Lombardy (MILANO, BERGAMO, BRESCIA) Direct bus connections only for summer and winter season with
  1. Autostradale Viaggi, ph. +39 02.6690351 - 02.637901 - 02.33910794 - www.autostradale.it

By Car

The touristic area is easily reached by car from the Brennero (A22) motorway. From the south you drive through Verona - Rovereto - Trento; from the north you are connected via Brennero - Bolzano - Trento.

From the Milan-Venice (A4) motorway, the exit is Brescia Est.

In detail:

  • A4 Milan-Venice: exit Brescia Est (130 km from Madonna di Campiglio) - national road SS 45bis to Salò – Lago d’Idro - SS237 to Madonna di Campiglio.

  • A22 Modena-Brennero: exit Trento Sud (73 km) for those arriving from the south; exit S. Michele all’Adige (78 km) for those arriving from north.