Imagine awakening every morning to a blanket of fresh snow, spending the day gliding through powder ski slopes, afternoon breaks for hot chocolate by the fire, and gourmet dinners at a cozy lodge. This upscale ski vacation takes you to a winter wonderland, a magical place of unspoiled nature, gorgeous ski slopes and European charm. You’ll stay in the charming village of Corvara, a glamorous ski resort with the majestic Dolomite Mountains as the perfect backdrop.
Corvara - Welcome to the South Tyrol in Northern Italy
Arrive at the airport and a private driver will greet you at the airport and take you to your hotel in the charming ski town of Corvara. Surrounded by dramatic limestone mountains, Corvara is nestled in the sunny Val Badia Valley of the Dolomite Mountains—a skiers’ paradise. This chic and beautiful ski resort literally buzzes with energy. Here, you’ll find many après-ski bars where you can enjoy fine wine or the town’s famous champagne cocktails. Similar to the Austrian culture, the local Dolomite culture of the Ladin people shines through in the hearty regional food. Corvara has well-known bakeries that specialize in homemade Italian cakes as well as plenty of exceptional restaurants with authentic Ladin cuisine. This hearty farmer’s cooking typical of the South Tyrol region is satisfying after a day out on the slopes in the cold mountain air.
Corvara - First Day of Skiing in the Dolomite Mountains
Corvara - Explore the Extensive Ski Terrain of Dolomite Superski Resort
Corvara - Free Day for Relaxation, Hiking or Sightseeing
Day 5 - 7
Corvara - Three More Fabulous Days of Skiing at Dolomite Superski Resort
Corvara - Depart from the Dolomite Mountains; Add a Trip Extension or Return Home
- Winter wonderland escape to a ski resort in the Dolomite Mountains
- Bustling and glamorous ski resort ambience in the village of Corvara
- Invigorating nature hikes and sightseeing in mountain villages
- Beautiful setting of the Dolomites, UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site
- Sunny alpine weather and perfectly groomed slopes at Dolomite Superski
- Twelve ski areas in an expansive resort with 1,220 kilometers of runs
- Famous champagne cocktails at Corvara’s chic après-ski bars
- Authentic local cuisine of the Ladin people from the Dolomite region
Escape to a winter wonderland and spend six glorious days skiing in perfect powder snow. The Dolomites offer spectacular mountain scenery, some of the best ski slopes in the world, and lively snow parks. A premier skiing destination in Europe, the Dolomites are designated as a UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site because of the region’s exceptional natural beauty. The unique scenery of the Dolomites is one of the world’s most impressive alpine landscapes. The Dolomites are located in the northernmost area Italy, known as South Tyrol—with a topography and culture similar to southern Austria. Striking pale rock mountains that soar to 3,000 meters (almost 10,000 feet!) in elevation, the Dolomites will inspire and invigorate you.
In this spectacular alpine setting, jagged spires of granite mountains punctuate the horizon like skyscrapers. The air is as refreshing and rejuvenating as the scenery is inspiring. You’ll be staying in the enchanting and chic alpine village of Corvara in the Alta Badia region. Most of the lodges and chalets in this area have a special charm, as they are modeled after traditional farmhouses. Corvara is a bustling ski destination located near the ultramodern Dolomite Superski Resort. The resort features the latest fast, yet comfortable, ski lifts and an extensive ski terrain.
Connoisseurs of fine food, wine, and culture will especially enjoy the Alta Badia region. This location is a gourmet paradise with many fine restaurants. After a long day on the slopes, you will appreciate the rustic Ladin cuisine—a hearty farmer’s style of cooking made from simple local ingredients. Because of the region’s proximity to southern Austria, the cuisine is heavily influenced by Austrian cooking. Try some of the local specialties like barley soup and “turtres” (spinach and ricotta pockets). Typical desserts include “krapfen” (doughnuts) and strudel made with fresh fruits.
There's a great deal more to experience in Italy so be sure to visit the Italy vacations section on Zicasso.
$2,859 per person (excluding international flights)
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