Top 10 - Best Skiing Destinations in Europe


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  1. Slovenia, Kranjska Gora

Kranjska Gora represents the ‘’pearl’’ of Slovenia. Part of the merit belongs to the Alpine Ski World Cup, hosted by Kranjska Gora and for the beautiful winter resorts. It is situated near the border with Italy and Austria. This piece of heaven, until recently unknown, offers "country skiing", snowmobile, escalation, ice climbing and trails for beginners or advanced. Kranjska Gora, a beautiful resort in Slovenia is a destination that does not involve a big budget, but provides quality service at decent prices. http://www.kranjska-gora.si/

  1. Poland, Zakopane

The largest and most desirable mountain resort is Polish Tatra Gate, in Zakopane. http://www.ezakopane.pl/poland/. In the mountains, snow remains from December to March. Accommodation is diverse, from "winter capital" Zakopane, until lost mountain villages. Zakopane is the highest situated town of Poland.

  1. Bulgaria, Borovets

Borovets is a modern ski resort situated in Rita Mountains. It is a great deal if your budget is not so ‘’fluffy’’. Is dedicated more for families with child’s, having ski schools, crèches, artistic programs and a lot of great food and outdoor activities.

The snow is very good and the skiing is more better so definitely is a valuable option if your budget is a problem. http://www.bulgariaski.com/borovets/index.shtml

  1. Spain, Astún

Skiing in Aragonese Pyrnees has never been more easier. The Astún Ski Resort has a wide variety of ski runs of all levels and all areas are well marked and maintained making skiing in this resort a pleasure at all times. Beside the skiing possibilities there are a plenty of tennis courts, shops, restaurants, swimming pool and more: http://www.astun.com/es/inicio

  1. Poland border with the Czech Republic

If it comes to ski and snowboarding or paragliding places in the West, on the border with the Czech Republic, the resort of the Giant Mountains (altitude 1600 meters) offers ideal conditions. You could find more information’s on their official website: http://www.czech-mountains.eu/giant-mountains/

  1. France, Meribel

Meribel provides access to the largest ski area in the world, the Three Valleys, with over 600kms of runs and masses of off-piste opportunities. Méribel owes its popularity mainly to its location in the centre of the skiing region Trois Vallées, which can be explored ideally outgoing from here. http://www.meribel.net/

  1. Italy, Cortina d’Ampezzo

Cortina d’Ampezzo offers best conditions for skiing, being Italy’s premier mountain resort, is exclusively positioned in the breathtaking UNESCO World Natural Heritage Dolomites, one of the most beautiful and unique Alpine regions in the world. So if your budget can match the luxurious conditions and landscape, don’t hesitate. http://www.dolomiti.org/

  1. Sweden, Dalarna - Romme

Romme is about three hours from Stockholm and is the best place for skiing in the Southern parts of Sweden, closest to Stockholm. There are plenty of good alternatives to stay at around Romme Alpin if you wish to spend the whole weekend there.

Driving to Romme on Saturday morning, skiing all day and then checking in at a good hotel in order to spend all Sunday skiing - that 's a quality weekend for the whole family. http://www.visitsweden.com/sweden/regions--cities/central-sweden/dalarna/

  1. Austria, Zillertal Valley - Tirol

The Zillertal Valley in Tyrol Austria, along with the Hintertux Glacier (you can ski 365 days a year) is one of the largest and most popular ski holiday destinations in Europe. Here is the land of skiing. There are 640 km of ski slopes including advanced 74 km to 403 km and 164 km of medium difficulty for beginners to level differences from 550 m to 3250 m altitude and served by 169 lifts with 26 buses connect the resorts. http://www.mayrhofen.at/en

  1. Austria, Salzburg - Kaprun

Kaprun belongs to region ‘’Europe Sportregion’’, being one of the most famous ski resorts in this aria. Kaprun is located in the Hohe Tauern National Park, where there are Wiesbachhorn peak (3.570m) and the Kitzsteinhorn glacier (3,203 m), ski all year round. For the snowboarder’s lovers there is a special snowboard slope dedicated only for that. The snow is very good due the high altitude. http://www.kaprun.at/en/home-english.html

 

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