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Development of a unique tour according to your personal requirements.
Making the necessary additions and final approval of the program.
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Switzerland is rich in ski resorts that are among the best resorts in the world. Here, everything is at the highest level: from the tracks to the service. This country seems to have been created for demanding customers who would like to get everything and even a little more from their vacation. In Switzerland, there is no understanding of the season as such: any time of the year is ideal to visit this country. The nature here is wonderful, there are enough material resources to please guests who are expensive in every sense, and both in summer and in winter, every guest will find something to their liking.
Winter Italy. Skiing adventures in Italian resorts promise to please their tourists with a comfortable mild climate, the absence of crowds of people, and, of course, stunning views of majestic mountains. Italy is certainly a charming country at any time of the year, but it takes on a special charm in winter. Having gone on a ski vacation to this country, you risk getting great aesthetic pleasure from the contemplation of snow-capped mountains and alpine ski tracks.
Historically, France has become one of the most popular European ski holiday destinations. There are plenty of luxury chalets here, and the management of the resorts has done everything to ensure that guests, in addition to skiing or snowboarding, can diversify their time with various types of activities. Mountain restaurants, awarded a Michelin star, organically combine with excellent après-ski in France, offering dishes for every taste.
Ski holidays for families in France are also very popular. Resorts including La Plagne and Courchevel are now dedicated ski resorts for families, with infrastructure and ski schools designed for family skiing. If you are looking for a luxury skiing holiday in France, you will be spoiled for choice. The French offer some of the best and most extravagant ski chalets. Needless to say, over the years, the French have become experts in the field of luxury ski holiday offers. Chalets in France are often the benchmark for other countries, and it is here that you will find something to your liking: from modern chalets to traditional ski chalets.
Austria has some of the best ski resorts in the Alps. Here, a skiing holiday has turned into something more than just a holiday on the slopes. Romantic sleigh rides or bobsleigh runs, luxury boutiques and vibrant bars, après-ski and much more are available at Austria’s luxury ski resorts. Premium hotels in Austrian ski resorts welcome those who want to relax. Here you will be taken care of throughout your stay.
There are two skiing areas in Andorra: Grandvalira and Valnord, each of which combines several resorts. Yes, Grandvalira is a large resort, which includes El Tarter, Soldeu, Pas de la Casa, Encamp, Grau Roch, Canillo. Ski resorts are connected by lifts. Valnord is divided into two parts and consists of the resorts of La Massana-Pal-Arinsal and Ordino-Arcalis, which are connected by a free bus and a general ski-pass. Valnord is located just 5 km from Andorra la Vella.
All ski tracks are well-maintained, safe for skiing and certified. There are separate tracks for beginners and experienced skiers. For professionals, there is a zone for off-piste skiing (free ride) and a slalom track.
All resorts have ski schools, where experienced instructors will teach you how to ski or snowboard. In schools for very young skiers (from 1 to 4 years), instructors will put children of any age on skis.
For example, a snow safari, dog sledding, speed cycling or snowshoeing.
How wonderful it is to walk around the lake, enjoying the panorama of snow-covered valleys and mountains.
Immerse yourself in childhood by going down on a sled or go tubing - riding an inflatable sled down a hill (by the way, this type of active recreation will be much more extreme.
Bun J Ride (or, bungee jumping) from a jump on skis or snowboards, ice swimming, ziplining… Actually, there is a decent list.
There is nothing better than sitting in hot water in the freezing cold, watching snowflakes fall on you through the steam. And a massage after skiing in the mountains is the best method of recovery.
If you are in France, for example, learn how to make fondue and raclette or cook trout from a local mountain river.
Book a table in the panoramic restaurant and go there. Watching the snow-covered slopes during a delicious meal is a pleasure!
Even if you have been to this resort before, there is always an opportunity to learn about something new and be inspired. In addition, experienced guides know how to surprise demanding guests.
Go to local boutiques and add new items to your wardrobe!
And don't forget to drink mulled wine on the mountain slopes after skiing. Just imagine this smell on a frosty day and how fragrant wine warms and gives a special atmosphere.