Italy: the go-to skiing spots for this winter

You’re not really thinking that Italy is all about seas, sunshine and summer holidays, right? I am mostly talking to you, readers from abroad: did you know that Italy is actually a widely recognized ski destination, thanks to its two beautiful mountain chains, the Alps and the Apennines? Curiosity to explore these mountains is growing every year, as does the wish to learn to ski or go snowboard for many people. Over the last few years, skiing spots have also been invaded by visitors who can’t really ski, but who still want to breathe pure mountain air, and get a break from polluted city air. Snow is fun for everyone, after all, no matter if you’re a child or a grown-up, you will love it. We chose 7 spots in the Bel Paese, and we are introducing them here, from North to Central Italy. So, grab your gloves, your scarf and your sunscreen: we hereby declare, Winter has officially started!

Cervinia (Flickr  Sergio Minoggio )
Cervinia (Flickr  Serena Kuhar )
Cervinia (Flickr  Tiziano Photography )
Livigno (Flickr  Andreea Gerendy )
Livigno (Flickr  Zoi Merchenko )
Madonna di Campiglio (Flickr  mattia Bonavita )
Madonna di Campiglio (Flickr  Andrea Omelyanchuk )
Madonna di Campiglio (Flickr  Andrea Omelyanchuk )
Roccaraso (Flickr  andrea terrevoli )
Roccaraso (Flickr  Marco )
Sestriere (Flickr  Antonio Rino Gastaldi )
Sestriere (Flickr  Mariya Ka )
Val Gardena (Flickr  Momo )
Val Gardena (Flickr  italiers )
Val Senales (Flickr  Federico Storani )
Val Senales (Flickr  Davide Mari )

from The Blonde Salad


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