How to Reach Bormio by Car

If you want to reach Bormio by car, below are the possible routes:

Roads open all year:

From Milan – highway 36 to Colico – state road 38 “Stelvio” – Sondrio – Tirano – Bormio
From Brescia – Edolo – Aprica Pass – Tirano – Bormio

Roads open only in summer:

From Val Camonica – Gavia Pass – Santa Caterina – Bormio
From Trentino Alto Adige – Stelvio Pass – Bormio

To reach Bormio from Northern Europe:

Roads open all year:

From Landeck (A) direction St. Moritz (CH) to Zernez (CH) – direction Fuorn Pass – Munt La Schera Tunnel (toll) – Italian Customs at Gallo Pass – Livigno – Eira Pass – Foscagno Pass – Bormio.
From Zurich (CH) – Landquart (CH) direction Klosters – Vereina Tunnel Zernez – direction Ofen Pass – Munt La Schera Tunnel (toll) – Italian Customs at Gallo Pass – Livigno – Eira Pass – Foscagno Pass – Bormio

From Zurich (CH) – Landquart (CH) – Chur (CH) Thusis – Tiefencastel – Step Julier – St. Moritz Bernina Pass – Tirano – Bormio.

Roads open only in summer:

From Zurich (CH) – Landquart (CH) – Davos (CH) Flüela Pass – Zernez – direction Ofen Pass – Munt La Schera Tunnel (toll) – Italian Customs at Gallo Pass – Livigno – Eira Pass – Foscagno Pass – Bormio.

From Zurich (CH) – Landquart (CH) – Chur (CH) Thusis – Tiefencastel – Julier Pass – St. Moritz Bernina Pass – Forcola – Livigno – Eira Pass – Foscagno Pass – Bormio.

From Zurich (CH) – Landquart (CH) – Chur (CH) Thusis – Tiefencastel – Julier Pass – St. Moritz Bernina Pass – Tirano – Bormio

Before traveling it is recommended to verify that the alpine passes and the Munt La Schera Tunnel are open, and that there are no weather or other restrictions on your proposed route. And each member of your group must carry a valid passport–or equivalent document–valid for Schengen countries.