About Ski Resorts in the Alps
Experience a place where skiing is deep-rooted in the culture and way of life. Skiing has existed in Europe's Alps for several hundred years. First as a means of transportation through the rugged mountains and more recently, as a fun way to recreate during the winter months.
Throughout France, Switzerland, Italy, Austria and Germany ski vacationers can experience dozens of perfectly preserved villages and hamlets boasting original chalets, hotels, inns, and restaurants. A Europe ski vacation is also great for the skier or snowboarder who enjoys their leisure time. On-mountain restaurants offer sunny patios, mind-boggling views, and world-class wine lists, sometimes making the Alpine dining scene and après-ski experience a more popular activity than the top-notch skiing.
If you don’t ski or snowboard or you like to include other things on your Europe ski vacation, Ski.com has the inside scoop on plenty of other activities, including snow tubing, zip-lining, fat biking, ice skating, shopping, paragliding, spa treatments, and of course, dining.
Europe Travel Experts
Ski.com's Mountain Travel Experts boast deep backgrounds in European Travel. We know the best resorts for beginners and intermediates, along with which mountains are family-friendly and perfect for skiers on a budget. Additionally, we've vetted the accommodations firsthand and know exactly which ski chalets have the best beds, ski-in ski-out access, and modern amenities. Whether you’re worried about the details concerning international travel to the mountains, or you just want someone to do it all for you, a Ski.com Mountain Travel Expert will take all the stress out of the planning process. We know which ski resorts are near major airports across Europe, how to get there, and what spa to use upon arrival.
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