2026 Winter Olympics
February 6, 2026 – February 22, 2026 CET
The 2026 Winter Olympic Games are a large scale multi-sport competition held for those sports contested on snow and ice.
When are the 2026 Winter Olympics?
The Winter Olympics are held every four years with the 2026 Games due to be held between the 6th February and 22nd February 2026.
Where are the 2026 Winter Olympics?
The 2026 Winter Olympics will be jointly hosted by Milan and Cortina d’Ampezzo in Italy, the third time Italy has hosted the event (1956 & 2006) and the second time Cortina d’Ampezzo has hosted (1956). The bid fought off another joint bid by Stockholm and Åre in Sweden.
The venues that will host events are:
Milan Cluster Venues
- San Siro – Opening Ceremony
- PalaItalia Santa Giulia – Ice Hockey (Main Venue)
- Palatrussardi – Ice Hockey
- Piazza del Duomo – Medal Plaza
Cortina d’Ampezzo Cluster Venues
- Olimpia delle Tofane Slope – Alpine Skiing
- South Tyrol Arena – Biathlon
- Pista olimpica Eugenio Monti – Bobsleigh, Luge & Skeleton
- Stadio olimpico del ghiaccio – Curling
- Mediolanum Forum – Figure Skating, Short-track Speed Skating
- Pista Stelvio – Alpine Skiing & Ski Mountaineering
- Mottolino/Sitas-Tagliede/Carosello 3000 – Snowboarding & Freestyle Skiing
Val di Fiemme Cluster Venues
- Stadio del salto “Giuseppe Dal Ben” – Ski Jumping & Nordic combined
- Lago di Tesero Cross Country Stadium – Cross-country Skiing & Nordic Combined
- Ice Rink Piné – Speed Skating
- Verona Arena – Closing Ceremony
How do I get to the 2026 Winter Olympics?
Thinking of travelling to the 2026 Games? There are three airports within the vicinity of Milan:
- Milan Malpensa Airport is the second busiest airport in Italy and has a large number of services across Asia, Europe and North America. The airport is around 50 kilometres northwest of central Milan, with a train service connecting the airport with the city in 30-50 minutes.
- The Orio al Serio International Airport (also known as Milan Bergamo Airport) is the third busiest international airport in Italy, located approximately 45 kilometres northeast of Milan. The airport primarily has low cost flights to Europe, although does offer some flights to North Africa. There are several coach and bus services that run to Milan from the airport.
- Milan Linate Airport is the fifth busiest airport in Italy and has flights across continental Europe. The airport is just 8 kilometres east of the city and will soon have a metro service running between the two.
Cortina d’Ampezzo does not have its own airport, the two airports serving Venice are the nearest – Treviso Airport (86 miles away) and Venice Marco Polo Airport (92 miles away) which both primarily serve destinations in Europe.
Thinking of flying? Search & book your flights through Skyscanner here.
How do I get tickets to the 2026 Winter Olympics?
The latest ticket information will be available on the official website here.
Hotels for the 2026 Winter Olympics
Use TripAdvisor to find some great places to stay in Milan or Cortina d’Ampezzo.
2026 Winter Olympics Official Website
Last Updated on January 24, 2023 by Sports Tourist