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For a ski holiday in the French department of Savoie, Arc 1600 is an excellent choice. The town is part of the Les Arcs ski resort, which is divided on two sides: on one side, along with Arc 1600 there is also Arc 1800, on the other side, Arc 1950 [...]
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Wengen is one of the most popular ski resorts in Switzerland: a town which lies 1274 metres above sea level and which has, throughout most of the year, just less than 1300 inhabitants but which, in winter, attracts tourists from all over Europe. T [...]
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Val d’Isere is one of the most famous and appreciated localities in the French Alps. It is a real paradise for skiers and snowboarders, and the annual theatre that hosts the downhill races of the Free World Cup. Moreover, this alpine station boa [...]
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Having recently won the Best Ski Resort award in 2016, the town of Zermatt is back to make its name as a skiing station with top-notch services. Amongst the criteria that led to the crowning of this Swiss district as the best in Europe, lie the qu [...]
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The 2017 World Ski Championships in St. Moritz have just finished. They took place over two weeks, and seven days of events, involving 600 athletes from 70 different countries. Every two years, the competition transforms the Swiss resort into a winte [...]
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Flumserberg is a renowned mountain tourist resort in east Switzerland that, during the summer months, becomes one of the most visited destinations by those who love the mountains, skiing and snowboarding. The town, overlooking Lake Walem, sits wit [...]
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Claviere is a small village located just under 100km from Turin, in the High Susa Valley area. A resort nestled on the Col de Montgenèvre, which has been a crucial position since Roman times, given its proximity to the Italian-French border. At [...]
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In the eastern Pyrenees, very close to the border with Spain, sits the French village of Font-Romeu-Odeillo-Via, a district which has just over 2000 inhabitants and which belongs to the Languedoc-Roussillon region. In this resort, it is possible [...]
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Madonna di Campiglio is one of the world’s favourite and most renowned ski resorts. The ski area dates back to 1936, when the first ski lift was opened, but it only started attracting mass winter tourism in the 1950s. Today, Madonna di Campiglio [...]
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For several years now, Switzerland's ski resorts are considered the most beautiful and most expensive in Europe: St. Moritz, Corvatsch, Breuil, Arosa and, of course, Zermatt. The latter, along with St. Moritz, has always been considered a desired [...]
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