Europe is an amazing skiing destination. There is at least one venue to enjoy the ski almost in every European country. Although I am not an avid ski lover, I do enjoy a weekend getaway in a snowy mountain with good company. Switzerland, France or Austria are some of the countries that offer you the best skiing destinations.
Vienna, the capital of Austria, is being regarded as the City of Music and is also the largest city of Austria. That for, Vienna might be the first to come in mind when speaking about Austria. But when it comes to winter holidays and locations for beginners or expert skiers, you can find in Austria some of the best skiing destinations and resorts.
Saalbach Hinterglemm is one of the largest ski areas in Austria with its numerous pistes and the snow-covered slopes.
St. Anton is another charming ski resort and a part of Austria’s biggest lift-linked area. But life in St. Anton doesn’t stop in the pistes, as the pedestrian zone calls for nightlife or for shopping.
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Switzerland and its skiing locations are famous around the world. Gstaad is one of the most luxurious ski resorts in Europe and one of the largest ski areas in the Alps. Although it’s a small village with a population of about 9,200 people, it is known for the mountain air, its luxury hotels, the picturesque promenade full of designer shops, restaurants, art galleries as well as its walking and hiking winter trails.
Zermatt is famed as a mountaineering and ski resort of the Swiss Alps. Also known as the “diamond” of the Alps, it is a favorite destination of the international jet set. Zermatt is famous for its excellent skiing facilities and its high gastronomy, as it has the highest density of gourmet restaurants in the world.
One of the world’s most famous winter destinations located in France is Chamonix Mont Blanc. From the mountain, the view is just overwhelming and the cosmopolitan atmosphere accompanies the ultimate beauty of the natural landscape. Old time classic luxury, five-star hotels with swimming pools and spas, gourmet restaurants, everything guarantee magical days and nights. At Chamonix, you can find the best ski and snowboard schools, excellent infrastructure on the slopes, slaloms on 160-km slopes, boardercross slopes and amazing fun parks.
Last, but not least, on our list is Courchevel. Built on 4 different levels, at 1,850 altitudes, the name of Courchevel has become synonymous with the good skiing and a cosmopolitan, luxury life. With ski tracks for every level, hiking activities in the snow, and hotels with direct access to the slopes, your skiing experience will never be the same.
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