Easy: 28 Medium: 25 Difficult: 5
This is an inspired all-round ski resort offering high altitude skiing, stretching out across the dazzling Valtellina alpine valley near the Swiss border. Livigno boasts modern ski services whilst retaining the traditional haracter of its original three villages, and further more, its duty-free status will thrill bargain hunters. From November through until May, there is an extensive choice of slopes to suit every type of skier, and plenty of winter activities to entertain and delight any non-skiers.
The bustling traffic-free main centre offers good vale stores and designer boutiques and a variery of vibrant cafes, rustic bars and good restaurants provide good apres ski options.
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Après Ski: You get a real taste of Italian atmosphere and fun inside the restaurants, bars and live music venues through Livigno and its neighbouring resorts. For tea time liveliness head to Tea del Vidal or Stalet bar. Later on, the Kuhstall under the Bivio hotels is an excellent cellar bar as is the Helvetia over the road.
Activities: New thermal spa/wellness centre, horse riding, ice climbing, dog sleighing, paragliding, toboggabing and skidoos. Ice rink, bowling, swimming pool at Spöl Hotel.
Eating Out: Livigno's restaurants are mainly traditional, unpretentious places, mainly hotel based. There are plenty of restaurants and pizzerias to choose from: for traditional cuisine for reasonable prices try Paprika or Scala or you can treat yourself to fresh seafood from Pesce d’Oro.
Other Ameneties: Superb duty free shopping, thermal baths near Bormio, cinema, bus trips to Bormio and St Moritz.
|Lift Passes (6 Days)||Adult||Child 2-7||Youth 8-15|
|Tuition (6 Days)||Adult||Child 4-12|