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New Year’s Eve in the Alps: The Ultimate Party

Fireworks and sparkler for new year

Fireworks, drinks and partying on the slopes. New Year’s Eve in the Alps provides the ultimate party for skiers looking to let their hair down. To bring in 2020 in style, we’ve scoured the Alps for the best parties happening this season at the most legendary ski resorts. Best Ski Resorts for New Years in Europe Want to find out which are the best resorts for New Year’s parties in the Alps? Here’s a look at some of the biggest

How Much Does a Skiing Holiday Cost?

Many people are put off skiing as they’re under the false impression that it’s a pastime of the super-rich. While it’s true that ski trips can add up, it is possible to go skiing on a budget. So, how much does a skiing holiday cost? The average ski holiday costs anything from £2000 up to £15,000 and more in the most luxurious catered chalets! If you pump for five-star accommodation with all the extras, it’s going to cost you. However,

Europe vs USA: 6+ Reasons to Choose Skiing in the Alps

As a passionate winter sports enthusiast from America, you will take a chance to hit any slope, that’s for sure. But a time may come when you want a completely different experience and the peaks of North America start to seem too tame. The answer is – skiing vacation in Europe, the Alps! Read this article that reveals some of the many advantages to skiing in Europe rather than in the USA.   Alps vs Rockies When talking about differences

Fondue Savoyarde Recipe – Classic Apres-Ski Dish in the French Alps

The Savoie region is one of the most famous and fashionable skiing destinations in France.  Nestled in the heart of the French Alps, the Savoie ski resorts attract winter sports fans and gastronomy lovers to enjoy an outstanding traditional Savoyard dishes and unique French gourmet experience. The food here is rich in traditional ingredients, such as delicious mountain cheese, fresh berries, apples, mushrooms collected in the forests, fresh fishery products, etc. The traditional Savoyard dishes have enough calories to fuel