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How to get to Livigno in Summer?

During the summer Livigno becomes more affordable compared to winter since many mountain passes are open during the summer. The most important mountain pass is the Forcola Pass that connects the valley of Livigno with the valley of Poschiavo on the road of Bernina Pass, not far from the pass which then connects with the Upper Engadine, St. Moritz and Samedan.
Then coming from northern Italy, Lombardy, Piedmont, Liguria and Tuscany is more convenient to reach the country through the Valtellina and Val Poschiavo. From the Basilica of Tirano, rather than continue on SS38 towards Bormio, make a detour to the Swiss border and Puschlav. The road is unique and rises along the beautiful Poschivino the river valley, a few kilometers before the top we turn again towards the Forcola pass and then Livigno.
Another very impressive way that reaches households via Livigno Forcola is one that runs through the Upper Engadine with breathtaking views of all the Alps that form the border between Italy and Switzerland in particular the laces of Val Masino and Valmalenco. Broad valley there are also many lakes to coast before arriving in the famous Saint Moritz, which incidentally can be easily reached from the north via the Julier Pass. Crossing the border to enter Switzerland has in Bergell reached from Chiavenna within minutes to the east. The height difference between high Lario and the Engadine is covered on the Maloja Pass, road work so well with the architectural its many bends that hug tight on the slopes of the mountains ... for those suffering from vertigo better cross the beautiful and comfortable Valtellina with its terraces and all its history steeped in the valley and on the slopes along the river Adda.
Coming from the South Tyrol, or Eastern Europe the fastest route is the same as you do in the winter reaching Livigno near its artificial lake from the Tunnel Munt La mask. If you want to pay the toll and you have an hour available to you can not choose, only in summer, heading to the Engadine and reach Samedan and Pontresina, crossing the Bernina Pass from the north and reach the turnoff for Livigno and Forcola ... highly recommended.