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Hotel Concordia - Livigno Hotels

Hotel Concordia

Via Plan 114, Livigno - Map
4.5 out of 5 (26 reviews)
The Concordia hotel is located in the centre of Livigno - an exclusive ski resort in the heart of the Alta Valtellina …More
Hotel Astra - Livigno Hotels

Hotel Astra

Via Saroch 606, Livigno - Map
4.1 out of 5 (72 reviews)
Cola family will be glad to welcome and host you in Livigno. Astra Hotel is situated in via San Rocco, directly close to the …More
Hotel Nordik - Valfurva Hotels

Hotel Nordik

Via Frodolfo 16, Valfurva - Map
4.4 out of 5 (18 reviews)
Stelvio National Park-The hotel offers unsophisticated and sincere accommodation in a well-kept setting* in its family …More
Bio Hotel Villa Cecilia - Livigno Hotels

Bio Hotel Villa Cecilia

Via Sant’Antonio 66, Livigno - Map
3.7 out of 5 (7 reviews)
Hotel Sporting - Livigno Hotels

Hotel Sporting

Via Saroch, 1272, Livigno - Map
4.0 out of 5 (1 reviews)
Hotel Larice Suite&Breakfast - Livigno Hotels

Hotel Larice Suite&Breakfast

Via Botarel 40, Livigno - Map
Residence dello Stelvio - Valdisotto Hotels

Residence dello Stelvio

Via Galet, 1/a, Valdisotto - Map
4.0 out of 5 (25 reviews)
Albergo Quarto Pirovano - Bormio Hotels

Albergo Quarto Pirovano

Località Passo dello Stelvio, Bormio - Map
3.3 out of 5 (14 reviews)
Hotel Centrale - Tirano Hotels

Hotel Centrale

Via Albonico, 27, Tirano - Map
4.7 out of 5 (40 reviews)
Hotel Cervo - Livigno Hotels

Hotel Cervo

Via Sant Antoni 66, Livigno - Map
4.3 out of 5 (3 reviews)
Boasting a quiet location in the pedestrian area in the city center of Livigno, in the Italian Alps , only steps from the …More

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    Pocket Guide: Lombardy Alps

    In winter, these mountain ranges offer frosty fields of white for you to test out your skiing skills. In summer, the snow melts away to reveal green hillsides, hiking trails, valleys, European-style villages and castles. The Alps and Dolomites regions of Italy are perfect spots year-round for nature lovers. Reach new heights on your next holiday and book one of our hotels in the Italian Alps or Dolomites.


    The Alps are one of the world’s most famous mountain ranges, stretching 1,200km across eight countries. Mont Blanc is the highest mountain in the bunch, bordering Italy and France and reaching more than 15,000 feet. In 1786, Frenchmen Jacques Balmat and Michel Paccard completed the first recorded ascent to the summit.

    Things to see and do

    The Aosta Valley has Roman ruins and castles that are open for the public to visit, like Forti de Bade and the fairytale-ish Savoy Castle. Beginner skiers can take on a gentle slope in a spot like Courmayeur while experienced sorts can take on more challenging ones. You can even climb Mont Blanc in just six days if you’re fit enough. When the weather warms up, you can take a walk on hiking trails and flower-filled valleys.

    A UNESCO World Heritage Area, the Dolomites consist of sheer, steep walls, lush green valleys and 18 mountain peaks. Check out slopes for all skill levels at the ski resorts of Trentino. Take a walk in a national park, unleash your inner ski champion and even go bowling on the frozen ice of blue-green Lake Dobbiaco in winter.

    Shopping and dining

    You probably won’t be here to shop, but Aosta has outdoor markets, shops and restaurants among its cobblestone streets, and the Dolomites has flea markets and fine restaurants where you can sip a glass of wine as you watch the sun sink beneath the mountains. You can find Michelin-starred restaurants in Alta Badia or snack on pizza and pasta.

    Getting here

    It’s only two hours from Milan to Aosta, so if you’re after the Alps, check out our flights to Milan. If the Dolomites are your destination, our flights to Venice will take you to Italy’s famous city of canals, and then it’s just over an hour to your mountain holiday. A European escape mixed with a mountain adventure – wot more could you want? Book your Alps and Dolomites accommodation with us!

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