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The Best Resorts in the Alps for Foodies

Five plates each with a different food.

Some of the best ski resorts don’t gain their reputation solely off of skiing. For those who identify as both skiers AND foodies, there are some resorts in particular to suit your needs. Whether its casual venues with top quality food or Michelin star restaurants, you’ll be struck by how much choice you have. Here are the best resorts in the Alps for foodies: Alta Badia, Italy This Italian ski resort is located on the sunnier side of the Alps,

Unique Ways to Improve Your Skiing

Woman on a high mountain ledge overlooking a river.

Many think the only way to improve your skiing technique is to either do some lessons or just do more skiing. While both are valuable pieces of advice, there’s a variety of other ways to become a better skier. Some of these have fairly unexpected crossovers with skiing, but could definitely help boost and maintain some core elements of your technique. It’s definitely worth a try! So, without further ado, here are some unique ways to improve your skiing: Skate

How to Get Your Kids Into Skiing

Are your children taking a while to warm to the slopes? Skiing can be tough on kids! The weather is cold, the transfers are long, and it’s likely that ‘ski school’ doesn’t sound very appealing to young ears. To try and help, we’ve put together some advice on how to get your kids into skiing. Don’t be pushy To get kids into skiing, the key is to ensure the enjoyment-factor is there. If they don’t want to try something- don’t

Win €100 Off Any Ski Transfer with Alps 2 Alps

win 100 euros off ski transfer competition

Planning your skiing holiday? Fancy winning €100 off any ski transfer? Winter is upon us, and here at Alps2Alps we love making it easier for you to hit the slopes. We run to and from all the main airports in France, Switzerland, Austria and Italy. Our team is made up of friendly, English-speaking drivers who make it their mission to bring you the best service possible. Whilst we believe in reliable, affordable transfers, we also believe in rewarding our customers.

Ingenious Ways to Entertain Your Child While Travelling

While children love being on holiday, it’s fair to say they don’t enjoy travelling. In fact, this is an understatement. While we’ve already offered some advice on why a holiday with kids needn’t be stressful, physically getting to your destination often proves the hardest part. Many parents have admitted to avoiding any travel at all with children in tow, largely because entertaining children on long journeys is a tough task. Hand-luggage sizes limit the number of toys and activities that

Alps 2 Alps Now Offers Ski Transfers in Italy

ski transfers to italy from alps 2 alps

We’re excited to announce Alps 2 Alps now offer high quality, low cost ski transfers in Italy. Italian ski resorts offer a unique experience when compared to the rest of the Alps. So, to celebrate we’ve conducted some extensive research on the best Italian ski resorts (as if we needed an excuse to hit the slopes). We’ve built a library of vital information about each ski spot we cover. Find the full list of ski resorts in Italy we service

Ski Transfer or Car Hire: What’s Better?

ski transfer or car hire

If you’re looking to cut costs on your ski holiday, it can be tempting to consider hiring a car. Is this really the best option for you? We’ve taken a look at how viable it is to hire a car and drive to your resort. So, what’s the better option? Ski transfer or car hire? Spoiler alert: It’s ski transfers! The Allure of Alpine Roads Alpine roads are home to some of the most spectacular scenery in this part of

Ski & Snowboard with kids and make the most of your family vacation

Skiing with children may seem impossible for many parents who cannot imagine finding appropriate childcare or skiing instructors that they trust, and then having the peace of mind to actually enjoy the slopes. However, the overall picture is not so bad. In fact, ski resorts increasingly continue to offer flexible childcare, ski and snowboard schools, as well as many off-slope activities. In order to have the most memorable family vacation, we prepared a few tips on what to consider before

Black Ski Runs – Extremals Are Welcome On Board

When you are coming to the Alps and finally hit the slopes, you may notice different grading of pistes – green, blue, red and black. Green color means that this is exactly the place you have to to ski, if you are new to the slopes. Blue colored pistes are for early intermediates, who are able to snowplough turn confidently. Red ones are for advanced intermediates able to link together short radius parallel turns. When you see the red mark

How To Get Your Kids Ready To Hit The Slopes

Kids enjoy snow and fun so why not to introduce your little ones to skiing? You may not believe, but 3-year olds can strap on a pair of skis and go down a mountain. If you are new to the skiing, you can learn all together. A family ski holiday is one of the most satisfying, breathtaking and memorable ways to spend time together. So, what do you need to know to make your kids ready for the slopes? Keeping

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