The best ski resorts in Europe
The favorite time of the year for winter sports lovers has arrived and everyone is looking for a trip to a ski resort in Europe, so that they can combine unique slopes, picturesque villages and moments of relaxation. This combination is not rare when you consider that for many years luxury ski resorts have been developed that promise unique experiences to their guests in many European countries and winter tourism.
1.St. Moritz, Switzerland
The most famous winter resort in Switzerland that with its 322 days of sunshine a year and lack of humidity make up the ideal climate called “Champagne climate“. The first hotel in the area opened its doors in 1856, and since then, St. Moritz has not stopped hosting celebrities, members of royal families and millionaires. The slopes for every level, the luxury hotels and the excellent restaurants, combined with the unique natural landscape with the frozen lake as its trademark, St. Moritz has all the glamour you are looking for.
Zermatt is surrounded by the highest peaks of the Alps and thus 4 areas for skiing are formed, due to the fact that the altitude reaches 3000 meters, the ski period lasts until the beginning of spring. The settlement is built on the outskirts of the Matterhorn, Switzerland‘s most iconic mountain, and combines traditional alip magic.
3.Val d’Isère, France
Val d‘Isère is known as the “paradise of experienced skiers“. The area is famous for its slopes connected to neighboring Tignes, forming one of the largest ski areas in France. Our restaurants and luxury clubs guarantee that in Val d‘Isère you not only enjoy the snow, but also gastronomy and a vibrant nightlife.
One of the four ski resorts of the huge ski area Skicircus Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang Fieberbrunn, is known for its fairytale architecture and its lively après ski life. It has pistes for all tastes and levels, which captivates even the most adventurous and experienced skiers
5. Cortina d’Ampezzo, Italy
A historic town in the valley of the River Boite, it is about 2 hours from Venice. In 1956 it hosted the Winter Olympics and is a favorite winter sports destination for both the vast Dolomiti Superski ski area and the largest network of cross–country trails.
Four villages called Courchevel 1300, Courchevel 1550, Courchevel 1650 and Courchevel 1850 (from their altitude) make up a multi–level ski resort in the largest ski area in the world, Les Trois Vallees. The highest village, Courchevel 1850 is a pole of attraction of the jet–set that comes here for relaxation, skiing, but also shopping.