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Ortisei to Munich airport

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We will be staying in Ortisei at the end of our European trip and have to calculate how much driving time we will need to get from Ortisei to the Munich airport in order to have enough time to return our rental car before our flight departure. I would appreciate hearing from anyone who has done this trip. How are the roads (highway all the way)? Are there any mountain passes on the route? What is your estimation of the driving time required?

We are planning to stay in Ortisei 6 days but may decide to change that to 5 days with a last day in Innsbruck or Munich to ensure that we don't miss our flight.

Any help from fellow fodorites would be greatly appreciated.

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