Italy ski resorts fall into two distinct regions - the Italian Alps (which border the French and Swiss Alps) and the Italian dolomites (bordering Austria and Switzerland to the East).
Ski holidays in Italy have traditionally been cheaper than comparable ski holidays in France or Austria, as has the cost of food & drink in Italian ski resorts and mountain restaurants.
Many locals ski in Italy at the weekend, so the resorts tend to be crowded on Saturdays and Sundays. However, skiing is often a social occasion which fits in around a late start, long lunch, and early finish - so the queues may be longer in the mountain restaurants than at the lifts.
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This is the area that borders on the French Alps and Swiss Alps. The former constitutes the 'Milky Way' which includes the resorts of Sauze D'Oulx, Sestriere, Sansicario and Claviere and also the 'Aosta valley' resorts of Courmayeur, La Thuile and Plia. In the Northern region here are the resorts of Gressoney and Cervinia.
This is probably the World's biggest ski network in arguably the world's most beautiful mountains. The Dolomiti Superski area is simply staggering in size with over 1200 kms of piste in total. One of the ski areas within the Dolomites is the famous 'Sella Rinda' which includes the resorts of Selva, Ortisei, Canazei, Arabba and Cortina.