Regions Italy
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Abano Terme
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Adriatic Coast - Cattolica
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Adriatic Coast - Cesenatico
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Adriatic Coast - Milano-Marittima
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Adriatic Coast - Riccione
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The ski area of Alpe-Cimbra consists of two zones: Folgaria (74 km of trails) and Lavarone (30 km of trails). The greatest height is 1850 m above sea level. There is a ski bus between the two zones, which, with a ski pass, provides tourists for free from the same skiing area every 15 minutes. For fans of snowboarding there is a snowpark, there are trails for flat skis, a slide for sledging, and a skating rink where you can skate. The region is part of the Skimam-Dolomiti-Adamello-Brenta complex. In the center of the ski resort of Folgaria there is a cozy pedestrian zone of 2.5 km with bars, restaurants and shops. The rest in Folgaria is well suited for families with children, since: the journey time is only 1 hour from the airport of Verona; many inexpensive apartments, 3 * and 4 * hotels; an animation program for children and adults; most of the ski slopes are protected from the wind by trees, which is comfortable for children; Red or black tracks are always duplicated by a blue light track; there is a children's ski school; the center for sledding; 40 km of cycle paths for special mountain bikes. Folgaria is the right choice for families with children, active groups and those who do not want to spend too much money.
Alpecimbra
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Amalfi Coast
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Baia Domizia
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Bormio - a unique ski resort in Italy with hot thermal springs, located in the Alta-Valtellina region. Guests here are waiting for 100 kilometers of well-groomed marked trails (35% of "blue", 45% of "red", 20% of "black") and 17 high-speed lifts. One of the main advantages of Bormio is the biggest elevation difference in Italy (3012-1225m), which can be overcome "without grafting" and gentle girders, as well as a variety of relief slopes. In 2005, Bormio hosted the World Ski Championships, which transformed the resort: the Bormio 2000 funicular was opened, which carries 2,800 people per hour to a height of 2000 m in 7 minutes, and built multi-kilometer tunnels. For lovers of SPA-relaxation, there are 3 large thermal complexes with diverse health-improving procedures: Bormio Terme (a modern complex in the city center, children's entrance is allowed), BagniVecchi (historical Roman therms outside the city at the same hotel) and BagniNuovi (the thermal center of the only five-star hotel resort, equipped with a special chic).
Bormio- Alta Valtellina
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Calabria
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Cilento Coast
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The Dolomiti di Brenta, a picturesque mountain range in the western part of the Dolomites, is considered one of the most attractive ski regions in Italy. Its main advantages are various opportunities for skiing (a single ski pass SuperskiramaDolomiti unites 380 km of tracks in eight resorts) and a modern convenient infrastructure (150 modern ski lifts, 5 snow parks, 150 km of cross-country ski runs). This region is a real paradise for fans of mountain and cross country skiing, snowboarding and other sports. In the valley of Val Rendena is located one of the most fashionable and prestigious winter resorts not only in this region, but all over Italy - Madonna di Campiglio. This is the world-recognized capital of skiing, one of the most modern, fashionable, well-planned and equipped resorts in Italy. Every year thousands of tourists from different countries, eminent actors, politicians and sportsmen come here. It is distinguished by a high level of prices and service. There are many trails for beginners alpine skiers, as well as for professionals. Another resort in the valley - Pinzolo - is a quiet and picturesque place for skiers with an initial and advanced level of preparation, as well as for families with children. The resorts of Madonna di Campiglio and Pinzolo are connected in a single skiing area, which significantly increases the opportunities for skiers.
Dolomiti Di Brenta
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Florence
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Kronplatz is a young, dynamically developing resort equipped with the most modern equipment. According to the layout Kronplatz is different from other resorts in Italy with their complex terrain and weave webs of trails and lifts, where you can not do without a map for the optimal route. Everything is much easier in Kronplatz! The main lifts from the villages of Riscona, Piccolo, Perca and San Virgilio di Marebbe lift the skiers directly to the top of the Kronplatz mountain - 2275 m (from the rest of the villages - Valdaora, Rasun and San Lorenzo di Sebato, you have to go to the ski lifts by the ski bus ). 114 km of trails winding trajectories descend directly from the top in different directions (6 runs end in the villages of Riscon, Piccolo, Perca and San Virgilio di Marebbe).
Kronplatz
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Lake Garda
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Le Marche Riviera Delle Palme
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Le Marche Riviera Pesarese, Fano
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Le Marche Riviera Del Conero
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Le Marche Riviera Fermana Maceratese
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Le Marche Senigallia
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Liguria - Riviera Di Ponente
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Livigno - the resort is located 40 km from Bormio, near the Swiss border, between two national parks (Italian Stelvio and the Swiss Engadin). It occupies a valley 23 km wide, surrounded on both sides by mountains up to 3000 m high. In winter Livigno turns into a snow-covered paradise, pleasing with a bright sun, amazing natural beauty and a high-altitude climate. In 2016 the resort ranked second in the Best Ski Resort rating. Livigno is recognized as one of the best family resorts. For parents and children there is a kindergarten Lupigno with a ski school, playgrounds in the training area near the rope tows. Here it will be easy to "put on skis" your baby.
Livigno- Alta-Valtellina
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Montecatini Terme
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Rimini, Riccione
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Riviera Di Ulisse
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San Marino
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Sardinia Olbia-Porto Cervo
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Sardinia-Cagliari
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Sicilia Catania
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Sicilia Cefalu`
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Sicilia-Messina
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Sicilia-Siracusa
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Sorrento
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The Val di Fassa valley, well known to Russian skiers, is located in the north-east of the administrative area of Trentino, 185 km from Venice, 190 km from Verona and 170 km from Austria's Innsbruck. In the valley of Val di Fassa there are five main resort villages, not counting Moena: Vigo di Fassa, Pozza di Fassa, Campitello, Canazei and Alba di Canazei (Penia). In total, the valley has about three hundred hotels and boarding houses, and the number of places for guests exceeds 50,000. The ski area of Val di Fassa is one of the best in Italy in terms of level of hotels, technical equipment and quality of service. There are well-known schools in which highly qualified instructors work. The prices for services are low, and the opportunities for a diversified holiday are extensive. Here you can find entertainment for every taste and in addition to skiing: shops, bars, restaurants, sports clubs and an ice palace, colorful bars and noisy discos, a modern wellness center, a cinema and bowling alley, kindergartens and a museum. In the Val di Fassa valley there are 60 modern lifts and 220 km of well-groomed tracks, of which 32% are blue, 60% are red, 24% are black. There are also 8 ski schools for adults and children, where 250 instructors, including Russian speakers, work. The four ski areas of the Val di Fassa valley are linked by ski bus routes and a single ski pass, the DolomitiSuperski, which allows you to ride in any of the twelve resorts in the Dolomites.
Val Di Fassa
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According to the rating of Leading Mountain Resorts of the World and Skiresort.de Val Gardena is one of the best ski resorts in the world. The visiting card of the ski area is comfortable three-, four- and five-star hotels with developed infrastructure, having their own restaurants, including 2 restaurants with a Michelin star, wellness centers with a swimming pool, a sauna and beauty centers. Val Gardena Valley are three ski resorts with well-developed infrastructure and a lively atmosphere: St. Ulrich, St. Chritina and Selva-Gardena (Wolkensten). Here the longest trails, the biggest elevations, the excellent maintenance of the trails. The snow cannons are constantly working. In Val Gardena, a well-developed network of ski lifts, many trails descend to towns, hotels are located close to the ski lifts, there is a "door-to-door" ride. With the purchase of a single ski pass, tourists can ride on 12 resorts that are part of the Dolomiti-Super-Ski ski area. Val Gardena refers to the territory of South Tyrol, which became part of Italy after the First World War, the names of towns and streets here are written in two languages: German and Italian.
Val Gardena
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Veneto - Bibione
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Veneto - Chioggia
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Veneto - Isola Di Albarella
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Veneto Riviera - Lido Di Jesolo
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Veneto Riviera - Lignano, Bibione