We've heard a lot about the arduous and dangerous sea journeys many migrants make to Europe — often landing on the island of Lampedusa off the south of Italy.
But at the north of the country, many are struggling to carry on their journey. Most want to make their way to a new life in the U.K. or Germany or Scandinavia, but a pinch point has built up at the Brenner Pass, the Alpine border between Austria and Italy.
The BBC's Bethany Bell reports.
- Bethany Bell, correspondent for the BBC. She tweets @BethanyBellBB.
This segment aired on October 23, 2013.