During the summer months, the Alps come alive with events and festivities to suit all ages and interests. While the region is most famous for its world-class skiing, the summer brings thrilling adventure activities such as water sports, white water rafting and rock climbing. There are also a whole host of unmissable happenings taking place across the Alps this summer. From high-octane sporting events to music festivals, a summer holiday in the Alps is guaranteed to be packed full of
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This year sees some incredible events happening across the whole of the Alps. From electrifying skiing championships, unusual sporting events on the snow and a whole host of music festivals hitting the Alps, there’s more than enough to keep you occupied this 2019. The European Alps offer some of the best skiing opportunities in the world, so wherever you go, make sure you find some time to explore the slopes. Here’s our list of unmissable alpine skiing events in 2019.
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,
Stunning scenery, unforgettable aprѐs and a variety of slopes are ingredients that make up the perfect romantic ski holiday. Unsurprisingly, skiing is a popular romantic getaway for couples year after year. If you’re wondering where best to spend Valentine’s day, we’ve got you covered. Here are the top 10 romantic ski resorts in the Alps. Kitzbühel, Austria There are plenty of reasons to love Kitzbühel. The lively bars and infectious atmosphere keep those looking for a romantic getaway returning year
Cozy mountain chalet in Canzei with marvelous surroundings Source: www.hotellaperla.net When visiting Italy, everyone’s first destinations that can’t be missed are Rome, Venice, Florence, Naples, Milan and Genoa if you are dedicated and adventurous enough, but what if we told you that there are plenty of other charming and underrated towns and cities in the Italian Dolomites that deserve your full attention and appreciation? There are not enough words and epithets to describe the immense beauty of Italian Alps