High up in the Italian Alps and close to the Swiss border, Livigno is the Valtellina valley’s flagship resort and a great destination for skiers and snowboarders of all levels. As a high altitude...
High up in the Italian Alps and close to the Swiss border, Livigno is the Valtellina valley’s flagship resort and a great destination for skiers and snowboarders of all levels. As a high altitude resort, Livigno is virtually snow guaranteed and the slopes are open from the end of November to the start of May.
Winner of the 2012 World Snow Awards, Livigno is not only a paradise for skiers and boarders but is also popular with shoppers, who come to browse the 250 shops and take advantage of the resort's duty free status.
Livigno also has a legendary status for those Apres Ski fans with the party starting from 4pm onwards and the evening has many different bars to choose from depending on your taste. For a quiet sociable drink or a cool Guinness try Daphne's Pub then maybe onto Marco's pub where certain evenings you can find live music. For the nightowls and party animals there is Miky's Disco Pub which also has a slide to get into the venue. Bivio Club is also a lively venue and both are open till around 0300. Livigno is a paradise for food lovers as well with hundreds of restaurants to choose from and caters from the budget pizza places to fine dining such as Bivio Cantina. On the slopes, for the advanced there are some super reds and easy going blacks as well as a huge amount of off piste. Off piste guides are advisable and can be booked in resort. For intermediates you will find a huge array of red runs to keep you satisfied for the week. For beginners, the ski schools in Livigno offer superb value for money and all are english speaking.