How to reach us

By taxi

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By car

  • from Milano, motorway A4, at the junction with A26 head in the direction of Gravellona Toce, take the exit marked Romagnano Ghemme. Follow the main road SS299 to Alagna.
  • from Torino, motorway A4, at the junction with A26 head in the direction Gravellona Toce, exit Romagnano Ghemme. Follow the main road SS299 to Alagna.
  • From Genova, motorway A26 Genova Gravellona Toce, exit Romagnano Ghemme. Follow the main road SS299 to Alagna

By plane

The closest airports to Alagna are


By train

The nearest train station to Alagna is Varallo Sesia (36 Km )

  • From Varallo continue by bus or taxi
  • Travellers arriving from Torino or Milano to Varallo change at Novara
  • Travellers arriving from Simplon or Arona to Varallo change at Romagnano Sesia

Train time table


By bus

Valsesia is generally well linked to the most important towns of northern Italy.
Main links to Alagna are:

  • from Milano Lampugnano, terminal bus at underground gate, red line
  • from Vercelli Train Station (terminal 300 metres from train station)
  • from Varallo Sesia (terminal 20 metres from train station)

Milano Alagna

autolinee Baranzelli

tickets on bus

Vercelli Alagna

autolinee ATAP

tickets available in Alagna by the Tabaccheria or La Stampa, in Varallo by Caffè della Stazione

Varallo Alagna

autolinee ATAP

tickets available in Alagna by the Tabaccheria or La Stampa, in Varallo by Caffè della Stazione


The province of Vercelli

The land encompassed within the Province of Vercelli stretches over an area of 2,088 Km2 and is comprised of 86 municipalities; it has a population of 181,224 inhabitants and a density of 86.80 people per square kilometre.
Its capital, Vercelli, has a population of approximately 48,000.

The area is shaped like a double triangle, with their apexes joining south of Serravalle Sesia.
The upper triangle is the Sesia Valley (Valsesia), which is wedged between the Anzasca Valley to the north and the Gressoney Valley to the west; to the east it borders on the Strona Valley and the basin of Lake Orta; to the south with the Biellese (the area surrounding Biella).

The Sesia Valley begins at the imposing southern slope of Monte Rosa on the Swiss border, reaching its highest point at Punta Gnifetti (4559m), home to the source of the river Sesia (138km), known locally as "la Sesia". This runs through the whole of the Valgrande section of the valley, joined on the left by the Sermenza and Mastallone tributaries and on the right by the Vogna, Artogna and Sorba rivers.