Belluno City Pass is the card full of benefits to welcome tourists in our city. Discover Belluno easily and cheaply! It is on sale at 12 euros at the offices of the Lambioi parking lot, located on the ground floor. The 3-day Belluno city card allows you to take advantage of the following benefits:
- Free parking at Lambioi Park for 72 hours;
- Free admission to the Civic Museum of Belluno;
- Free Wi-fi access for 2 hours a day at the hotspots available in the city centre;
- Reductions on exibitions and events organized by the Municipality of Belluno;
- Discounts and special offers at many shops, restaurants and leisure time activities.
There are no airports near the city of Belluno. The two reference airports are:
Antonio Canova Treviso Airport: https://www.trevisoairport.it/
Venice Marco Polo Airport: https://www.veniceairport.it/
From the airports to get to Belluno, there are transfers to the train station.
From Milan, take the A4 to Venice-Mestre. Then take the A27 and exit at Belluno.
From Treviso always take the A27 and exit at Belluno.
From Udine, take the $$ 13 to Vittorio Veneto and then take the A27 to Belluno.
Dolomiti Bus 0437 941167 – https://dolomitibus.it/ is the company that manages bus and coach transport for the city of Belluno and province. In summer it offers connections to the seaside and winter resorts with the main ski resorts. The terminus is at the bus station – Piazzale Stazione Trains. The ticket office holds the following times 7.30-12.00 and 15.00-18.00 from Monday to Friday Saturdays from 7.30 to 12.15. Tickets can be purchased at authorized retailers or on board (surcharge).
The Municipality of Belluno offers a free wifi service. You can find it in: Martiri square, Duomo square and inside the Camper Area at Lambioi Parking area.
The history of Belluno is very ancient. Historians trace the origins of the city back to the 5th century. a.C, when the Venetic and Celtic peoples settled in the territory. Furthermore, the name of the city derives from the Celts: Belodunum, “luminous high ground”. Pliny refers to it as a city of the Venetians and, in the 2nd century BC, allied with Rome, became a Roman municipality changing its name to Bellunum. With the end of the Roman Empire, it then passed into various hands and reached its maximum extent in the 10th century, when it succeeded in extending the province to Bassano and Jesolo. In 1404 also Belluno was integrated into the ducal Republic of Venice, where it remained until the occupation by France during the Napoleonic period. After the bitter struggle for independence from 1848, Belluno joined, together with the Veneto, to the Kingdom of Italy in 1866. The current extension of the province was conferred to it after the First World War.
Today Belluno is the most populated municipality in the province of which it is the capital. Two rivers cross it: La Piave and the Ardo stream. The northernmost area of the territory is part of both the Belluno Dolomites National Park since 1988, and the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Dolomites in 2009.
- Dolomiti convention bureau
- Vias Ferratas and Cliffs
- Firmament of the ski slopes
- The Alpine Paths
- The great cycle paths in the Dolomites
- The small pearls
- Giro d’Italia legendary climbs
If you want to know Belluno history, don’t miss the visit to its historic center. Many streets that contain real treasures of many historical periods. We advise you to choose one of the many tourist roads that cross the city center. You can immerse yourself in the history of Belluno, a story made up of palaces, churches and many anecdotes.
- April: village festival “Sagra dei Fisciòt”
- 11 November: San Martino fest – patron of the city
- November: Ex Tempore of Wood Sculpture – Competition