The Alps are located in the center of Europe and have always been interested in trade and traversed by travelers, by car, by train, by bike and flying over it by airplane.
8 COUNTRIES ARE PART OF THE ALPS:
Driving in the Alps could be easy through fast motorways and long tunnels but small roads and high passes are the target for many bikers, motor bikers and slow driving tourists, therefore creating slight delays. Almost all of the roads are paved.
There are many farm tracks closed to traffic or accessible only through the payment of a toll.
The traffic is usually light but there may be peak periods during weekends and holiday periods in summer and winter where it becomes busier.
The winter period involves the seasonal closure of many mountain passes. Due to bad weather, or intensive snowing conditions other roads could be closed temporarily.
Public transports are present in the entire Alpine region, but private transport may be necessary, to achieve the most remote areas. Numerous hiking and historical routes, are equipped and passable by hikers.
Are you looking for airports in the Alps or Airport close to the Alps? Check on the map the main available airports of the Alpine region:
If you already know your destination, check and book easily here a flight to the Alps.