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Enjoy an early/late season ski break in Livigno

Overview
Location
Accommodation
Getting There

The remote village of Livigno is a high altitude resort on the Italian/Swiss border with one of the longest ski seasons in the Alps (from the end of November to the beginning of May) offering suberb snow conditions and excellent skiing for all levels, as well as one of the top 3 snowparks in Europe. The resort is famously duty free, and offers a wealth of shops selling designer labels and electronics to beauty products, alcohol and tabacco. It also has a lively apres ski scene and nightlife, with fun bars and good restaurants on the slopes and around the town

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Highlights

  • Browse the quaint Christmas market that runs from the beginning of the ski season and do some VAT free Christmas shopping along the snowy streets of Livigno.
  • The more adventurous can take on the Mottolino snowpark, while the less experienced can still watch some awesome jumps from the side of the piste.
  • Enjoy the lively apres ski in the slopeside bars at the end of the last run of the day.

Included

  • 4-7 nights accommodation at Hotel Margherita***
  • Half board basis
  • Livigno ski pass for every full day in resort (e.g. 4 nights, 3 day ski pass)
  • Ski equipment hire - basic carving models for every full day in resort

Excluded

  • Any meals/drinks other than those specified above
  • Local taxes where applicable
  • Anything else not specified above

Livigno is located at an altitude of 1816m in the heart of the Italian Alps just a few kilometres from the Swiss border. Enjoy skiing in this popular Italian resort and soak up the breathtaking scenery of the majestic valley that surrounds it. The resort is divided into two areas – Carosello and Mottolino, which both offer large ski areas and are linked by the free ski bus service.

Perfect for beginners and intermediates, Livigno offers superb snow conditions with pistes above 2500 metres so skiing and snowboarding are assured throughout the ski season. For snowboarders and freestyle skiers there is a huge snowpark and two boarder-cross courses.

There are a total of 115 km of pistes for all abilities, with 12 Black, 37 red and 29 blue runs, and a modern lift network with a total capacity of 49.100 people per hour.

Experienced skiers can satisfy their need for speed on steep, long slopes including the thrilling Giorgio Rocca run.

Families and beginners can use the easy runs and many of the well equipped fun areas for learning basic techniques and building confidence.

Considering the accommodation capacity of the resort (12,000 people in high season), it is remarkable that there is little to no waiting time at the lifts.

Après Ski

Don't forget that Livigno is a VAT free zone; there are a number of shops selling designer clothes, electronic equipment, perfume and other duty free goods so take advantage of the savings while you are there.

There are a number of activities for all tastes and ages including cross country skiing, night skiing, larix adventure park, snowmobiling, sleigh rides, dog sledding, horse riding, tobogganing, ice climbing, wine tasting and day trips to St Moritz.
Livigno has a lively après ski and nightlife scene, with a number of packed après ski bars to stop in at as you enter the village on your last run down, lots of good restaurants and fun bars and pubs; there is always something going on.

Hotel Margherita***

This family run hotel, close to the Mottolino ski area and less than a kilometer from the town centre, enjoys a panoramic position on the East slope of Livigno, with a spectacular view of the valley and mountains, just 100m from the 4 seater chairlift “Teola Pianoni-Bassi” in the Mottolino ski area. The free local ski bus stops nearby and takes you to the town centre and main ski lifts on both the Carosello and Mottolino sides of the resort.

The hotel itself is fairly basic in terms of decor, but homely and well run, offering a heated ski deposit, a large sun terrace and a sauna for unwinding after a day on the high altitude slopes of Livigno. WiFi access is free throughout the building.

All rooms have a bathroom with shower, hairdryer, safe, telephone and satellite TV; many of them have a kitchenette and refrigerator. Balcony on request.

The restaurant offers authentic Italian cuisine accompanied by a wide selection of wines. Gluten free options are available, please mention any dietary requirements at time of booking.

Nearest Airport: Milan Bergamo (Orio Al Serio) – 180km / 4 hours

Other airports: Milan Linate, Milan Malpensa, Innsbruck

By Car

Exit Orio al serio, follow signs for Lovere, then Edolo-Passo del Tonale. At Edolo, turn left at the crossroads and continue on to Aprica then Tirano via the Aprica Pass and follow signs to Bormio, then Livigno via the Foscagno pass.

Alternatively take the road alongside Lake Como following signs to Lecco, then to Colico, Sondrio, Tirano, Bormio, Livigno. This route is straighter than the first and there are no winding mountain passes.

By Public Transport

You can either take a bus direct from the airport to Livigno with Livignoexpress.com, or take a bus to Bergamo train station then the train to Tirano (changing at Lecco), then take a bus to Livigno via Bormio with busperego.com.

By Private Transfer

Taxi available outside airport. Private transfer available on request after main booking.

Overview

The remote village of Livigno is a high altitude resort on the Italian/Swiss border with one of the longest ski seasons in the Alps (from the end of November to the beginning of May) offering suberb snow conditions and excellent skiing for all levels, as well as one of the top 3 snowparks in Europe. The resort is famously duty free, and offers a wealth of shops selling designer labels and electronics to beauty products, alcohol and tabacco. It also has a lively apres ski scene and nightlife, with fun bars and good restaurants on the slopes and around the town

Highlights

  • Browse the quaint Christmas market that runs from the beginning of the ski season and do some VAT free Christmas shopping along the snowy streets of Livigno.
  • The more adventurous can take on the Mottolino snowpark, while the less experienced can still watch some awesome jumps from the side of the piste.
  • Enjoy the lively apres ski in the slopeside bars at the end of the last run of the day.

Included

  • 4-7 nights accommodation at Hotel Margherita***
  • Half board basis
  • Livigno ski pass for every full day in resort (e.g. 4 nights, 3 day ski pass)
  • Ski equipment hire - basic carving models for every full day in resort

Excluded

  • Any meals/drinks other than those specified above
  • Local taxes where applicable
  • Anything else not specified above
Location

Location

Livigno is located at an altitude of 1816m in the heart of the Italian Alps just a few kilometres from the Swiss border. Enjoy skiing in this popular Italian resort and soak up the breathtaking scenery of the majestic valley that surrounds it. The resort is divided into two areas – Carosello and Mottolino, which both offer large ski areas and are linked by the free ski bus service.

Perfect for beginners and intermediates, Livigno offers superb snow conditions with pistes above 2500 metres so skiing and snowboarding are assured throughout the ski season. For snowboarders and freestyle skiers there is a huge snowpark and two boarder-cross courses.

There are a total of 115 km of pistes for all abilities, with 12 Black, 37 red and 29 blue runs, and a modern lift network with a total capacity of 49.100 people per hour.

Experienced skiers can satisfy their need for speed on steep, long slopes including the thrilling Giorgio Rocca run.

Families and beginners can use the easy runs and many of the well equipped fun areas for learning basic techniques and building confidence.

Considering the accommodation capacity of the resort (12,000 people in high season), it is remarkable that there is little to no waiting time at the lifts.

Après Ski

Don't forget that Livigno is a VAT free zone; there are a number of shops selling designer clothes, electronic equipment, perfume and other duty free goods so take advantage of the savings while you are there.

There are a number of activities for all tastes and ages including cross country skiing, night skiing, larix adventure park, snowmobiling, sleigh rides, dog sledding, horse riding, tobogganing, ice climbing, wine tasting and day trips to St Moritz.
Livigno has a lively après ski and nightlife scene, with a number of packed après ski bars to stop in at as you enter the village on your last run down, lots of good restaurants and fun bars and pubs; there is always something going on.

Accommodation

Accommodation

Hotel Margherita***

This family run hotel, close to the Mottolino ski area and less than a kilometer from the town centre, enjoys a panoramic position on the East slope of Livigno, with a spectacular view of the valley and mountains, just 100m from the 4 seater chairlift “Teola Pianoni-Bassi” in the Mottolino ski area. The free local ski bus stops nearby and takes you to the town centre and main ski lifts on both the Carosello and Mottolino sides of the resort.

The hotel itself is fairly basic in terms of decor, but homely and well run, offering a heated ski deposit, a large sun terrace and a sauna for unwinding after a day on the high altitude slopes of Livigno. WiFi access is free throughout the building.

All rooms have a bathroom with shower, hairdryer, safe, telephone and satellite TV; many of them have a kitchenette and refrigerator. Balcony on request.

The restaurant offers authentic Italian cuisine accompanied by a wide selection of wines. Gluten free options are available, please mention any dietary requirements at time of booking.

Getting There

Getting There

Nearest Airport: Milan Bergamo (Orio Al Serio) – 180km / 4 hours

Other airports: Milan Linate, Milan Malpensa, Innsbruck

By Car

Exit Orio al serio, follow signs for Lovere, then Edolo-Passo del Tonale. At Edolo, turn left at the crossroads and continue on to Aprica then Tirano via the Aprica Pass and follow signs to Bormio, then Livigno via the Foscagno pass.

Alternatively take the road alongside Lake Como following signs to Lecco, then to Colico, Sondrio, Tirano, Bormio, Livigno. This route is straighter than the first and there are no winding mountain passes.

By Public Transport

You can either take a bus direct from the airport to Livigno with Livignoexpress.com, or take a bus to Bergamo train station then the train to Tirano (changing at Lecco), then take a bus to Livigno via Bormio with busperego.com.

By Private Transfer

Taxi available outside airport. Private transfer available on request after main booking.

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