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Flyski Shuttle - Verona to Madonna

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Any Snowheads used Flyski Shuttle?
65 euros return Verona airport to Madonna.
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No sorry, they just came up on a quick search offering transfers.

You're wise to check them out as transfer companies can take the money and then not show.
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Yes, used them for a trip to Passo Tonale a few years ago and have booked with them again for a trip to MdC in March. V good service, as long as you can deal with the limited departure times and relatively slow transfer.
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Thanks, that's reassuring.
Jet2 have some good deals Manchester to Verona so a diy trip is looking attractive. Not been able to to better Crystal's deals in the past....
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Fly Ski Shuttle is linked from the Trentino and Campiglio websites and their VAT number checks out OK.

There's an automatic €10/person discount if you book a return.
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Used them a number of times over past few years, most recently in Dec 19. Very good, quick (2 and a bit hrs) and always on time (unlike some disaster shuttle buses I had in Italy, one of which turned up an hour late, by which time I was in a €250 taxi). Good response on email too from Helgrit.

Usually there is a bus changeover at Trento, where you get into a smaller vehicle. Sometimes you get just one. They also do pickups at Trento.

My only negative is that they usually won't stop at your hotel even if it is on the way to their "official" stop. The smaller vehicles however will do that, though clearly unofficially. Rumour has it that this is a deal with the local taxi drivers in Italy who don't like ski shuttles picking people up enroute.
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Thanks Peter, it's good to hear hear some positive reviews. Cost wise there's not much difference between this and hiring a car so we're in a bit of quandary...
Pros and cons whichever but at least it sounds like the bus will turn up!
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After all it is free Go on u know u want to!
I would check car parking options. Depending on where you are staying there may not be so many. Also while the main run from Verona is quite easy, the smaller roads are pretty tight in places and you need to be a confident driver. Winter tyres, etc.

FSS is much less stress, but obviously you then don't have a car when you get there.
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@suggul and @Peter Stevens - thanks for the feedback.

Like @Sailbad the Sinner, I was trying to work out where I might be able to do a short semi-DIY trip from Verona and sounds like this might work for me too Smile
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Like most, FSS runs only on weekends.

If you want to do a transfer on a weekday there are very few options apart from car hire or a taxi in some form. But you can do FSS on one journey if you align it on a weekend and that saves a lot of money.
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