Italian Skiing - Insights

A Family Ski Safari in the Dolomites

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For those planning a family trip to Europe during the northern hemisphere winter why not consider a ski safari in the Dolomites as part of your stay. It will turn your family ski holiday in an unforgettable experience.

It is so much more than just a "ski trip": it mixes unbelievable skiing, enriching cultural experiences, fine food and views to thrill. On these tours your family will have the opportunity to explore a wide variety of the 12 inter-connected ski resorts which make up the Dolomiti Superski, with over 1,200 kilometres of groomed pistes...

 

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Ski the sunny side of the Alps

ski-sunny-italy-sAustralian snow sports enthusiasts can finally stop fantasising about picturesque Alpine villages and the inviting slopes of Italy’s majestic mountains. The strong Aussie dollar and ever-easier air access options are turning armchair daydreams into flight-booking realities … and no one is coming home disappointed.

For the Aussie skier or snowboarder, it’s not just the legendary slopes and snow parks that make the Italian Alps such a fairytale destination. It’s also the architecturally-inspiring historic villages, the magnificent local cuisine and wines … and the lure of muscle-reviving hot spas...

 

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Spring Skiing and the 'Pasquali" Tradition in Bormio

Easter-BormioFor those planning their 2015 ski holiday in the Northern hemisphere why not considering travelling during the Easter break and if you love skiing there is no better period in the Italian Alps: snow abounds, the days are longer and warmer, and the villages are getting ready for the biggest celebration of the year, Easter.

If you are after more than great skiing for your next holiday on the snow, and look for culture, ancient traditions and real Italian atmosphere, then Bormio in Alta Valtellina, Italy should be on your “to visit” list....

 

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