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The most beautiful ski resorts in Europe

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Specialized publications cannot agree on a thorny related topic which is the most beautiful ski resort in Europe. However, some names are not missing from any serious selection of these destinations.

Please find below a true "Quinta Royal" of those ski resorts on the old continent charts appearing in almost all winter tourist havens.

1. Val D'Isere, France

Ski resort offers a range of 300 kilometers, with 131 trails, spread on a field with diverse terrain, suitable for all winter sports. Experts can ski on the Tour de Charvet, an untouched glacier area, with inclinations of 55 degrees. Beginners have also many light trails available and excellent ski schools. In addition, on the Col d'Iseran the resort is said to offer one of the most beautiful alpine panorama.


2. Courchevel, France

Courchevel is the most luxurious of resorts Trois Vallée area, the largest interconnected ski area in the world. Ski area covers more than 500 hectares. Courchevel skiing has four different altitudes, with 600 trails of all types, 66 cross-country routes and 10 restaurants located on the slopes. The resort is considered perfect for beginners and average skiers.


3. Davos, Switzerland

Davos was originally a sanatorium for tuberculosis patients. It is a milestone for the winter sports of middle class and above. Swiss resort boasts large part on five mountains, which assembled, measuring more than 300 kilometers. There are also new facilities for hockey, skating or tobogganing. However, Davos is most loved by snowboarders who find this circuit ideal for this sport.


4. Cortina d'Ampezzo, Italy

Located in the Alps Dolomites, Cortina d'Ampezzo is known for its idyllic atmosphere, diversity of slopes with low difficulty and classic charm of Italy. Cortina - as they say in short - is connected to the Dolomites Superski, giving skiers access to 1,225 miles of trails along and across a huge interconnected system. Tourists who come here are conquered après-ski offer with many restaurants for all tastes and pockets.


5. Sankt Anton am Arlberg, Austria

St. Anton offers almost 320 kilometers of slopes and ski routes. However, the resort is regarded as the best destination in Europe for the après-ski, with clubs frantically going from 16.00 until late. Beautiful scenery, diverse trails and picturesque chalets plus proximity to another famous ski area - Lech - to transform the area best ski destination Austria.