5 Best Ski Resorts in Europe

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Winter is not complete if there is no snow, so going to a ski resort and enjoy the ski slopes always sounds like a good idea. Below are a few suggestions.

St. Moritz, Switzerland

 The oldest legant and exclusive resort for winter holidays in the world. Here the sun shines an average 322 days a year and dry air creates so-called “champagne climate”. This place is filled with world-class hotels and restaurants, as well as conditions for winter sports, so thoroughly deserves the elite reputation that the place has.

Lech and Zoersel in the region Arlberg, Austria

Revitalizing farming villages Lech and Zoersel are the most modern resorts in whole Austria, and the recent expansion of Leh includes a new way to travel by gondola to Warth.

Both villages are rich with luxury 5 star hotels, of which Hotel Alrberg Lech definitely won’t be a wrong choice.

Val d’Isère, France

Many consider mega-resort Val d’Isère for crowded and expensive, but it is a true paradise for experienced skiers – the area is home to exciting snow slopes with high quality, which are connected and diverse. The resort is known for good food and quality nightlife, which makes staying there a real pleasure in every sense of the word.

Kitzbühel, Austria

 Two hours from Munich, the most popular winter resort in Austria is rich in posh hotels and scenic ski runs, including 8 famous ski schools.

Courmayeur, Italy

 This resort is located in the Mont Blanc, the highest mountain in Western Europe and a location where elite skiers and modern tourists gather. Abounds with luxury hotels, bungalows and spacious apartments for rent. Grand Hotel Royal e Golf is the best hotel in the region more than 200 years.


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