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What resort close to Venice?

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Ryan air have got some cheap flights to Venice on the right dates.

Is there a resort I can get to without hiring a car? That's not too far away?

Don't mind small resorts and happy to ride at any level though we do have lower int snowboard in the group (though they are an adv skier)

Thanks.
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@earl, there are transfer buses at weekends into the Dolomites. Resorts of Arabba, Alleghe etc all within a couple of hours.
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Do you have a link? I went looking last night but couldn't find.

And I know nothing of the Italy resorts outside of the milky way. Can you recommend one?
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Went from Venice to Cortina D'ampezzo with Flixbus a couple years ago. The bus departs from the airport.
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Search: Arabba Transfer Service. It’s the first entry, after the adverts. snowHead
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A colleague went to Cortina D'ampezzo last season. I've looked at it too, as @gustavofgt says, flixbus run there, and Cortina also run their own service also I believe.
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@earl, Cortina Express run frequent bus services from both Venice airports (Marco Polo and Treviso (that's the one Ryanair use which is actually slightly closer to the ski slopes) ) to Cortina and via Cortina to several other nearby resorts.
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After all it is free Go on u know u want to!
Bus transfer websites ( not used personally...)

https://www.flyskishuttle.com/en/

https://www.cortinaexpress.it/en/

https://www.altoadigebus.com/
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Much thanks - will be sat in front of the computer tonight.
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We used info@venicecab.com at last years birthday bash in Arabba

Treviso to Arabba was €210 each way and we were ferried in Mercedes minibuses door to door in less than 2 hours.

4 of us but could have fitted 6 even with luggage. So not much more expensive than transfer buses and far more convenient.
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Cortina.
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We went to Cortina from Venice last January. The gods things were....the scenary, the food, nice selection of hotels, the village is pretty. The bad stuff: the ski areas are small, you can ski each of the 3 Cortina areas in a couple of hours, and none of it is particularly challenging. It can be very crowded at weekends and the standard of skiing could be considered less than safe.
All is all I'd go for 2 ski days and no more.
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Flogaria

https://www.theguardian.com/travel/2016/oct/24/great-little-ski-resorts-folgaria-italy-lavarone-fiorentini-beginner-intermediate
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