By car:

During the winter you can reach the B&B Baita de Eliseo:

  • from Milan: Tangenziale Nord exit Cinisello; Freeway to Lecco up to Colico; SS 38 for Sondrio, Tirano, Bormio.
  • from Brescia: A4 motorway, Brescia Ovest exit towards Lake Iseo; SS42 Breno, Edolo; SS39 for Aprica, Tirano; SS 38 for Bormio.
  • from Bergamo: SS 342 to Cisano Bergamasco (about 17km), then SS 639 for 10km to Lecco. Then continue on the freeway up to Colico, SS 38 for Sondrio, Tirano, Bormio.
  • from Zernez: La Drossa – Tunnel “Munt la Schera” Drossa – P.te del Gallo, Livigno; SS301 for Bormio.
    Tunnel open all year with tolls
    (for more information
  • from St. Moritz: Bernina Pass, Forcola Pass, Livigno, Bormio.
  • from St. Moritz: Bernina Pass, Tirano, Bormio.

During the winter the important Alpine passes leading to Bormio (Stelvio Pass, Gavia Pass, Forcola Pass and Mortirolo Pass) remain CLOSED. It is therefore necessary to pay attention to the directions given by satellite navigators which do not take these closures into account. We recommend that you consult the site:

During the summer you can also reach Bormio through the most important Alpine passes:

  • Stelvio pass at an altitude of 2758 meters reachable from the Altoatesino side (Prato allo Stelvio) and from Switzerland (Santa Maria) with the descent towards Bormio (open from June to November)
  • Gavia pass at an altitude of 2651 meters reachable from Ponte di Legno with descent towards Santa Caterina Valfurva and then Bormio (open until November)
  • Forcola pass at an altitude of 2315 meters can be reached from St. Moritz or Tirano with a descent towards Livigno and then Bormio (open until November).

Ecological alternatives:


  • from Milan: with the Milan – Lecco – Sondrio – Tirano railway line. (2 hours and 30 min. Approx. With Trenitalia trains
  • from St. Moritz in Switzerland you can reach Tirano with the Rhaetian Railway (red train) and then continue to Bormio with the bus service.


from Tirano you can reach Bormio using the bus service. (Timetables and services at
Bormio is served by comfortable coaches from Milan (via Lecco-Sondrio) from the towns of the Romagna Riviera and the Ligurian Riviera.


You can reach our b&b along the cycle path. The Sentiero Valtellina is a 114 km cycle / pedestrian path that starts from Lake Como (Colico) slowly climbs the valley floor alongside the Adda river to finish its run in Alta Valtellina, in Bormio.