The Val di Fassa region is also well-equipped with well-prepared slopes, huge snow parks with curious obstacles, and modern, swift, recently updated lifts. And very soon these places can become famous as the Italian capital of freeriding: in the winter season 2011/12 in Val di Fassa, two new freeride tracks will open for fans of off-piste skiing. So skiers and snowboarders who love freedom and extreme sports, have decent skills and do not want to ride on marked routes crowded with people, will have the opportunity to test themselves on dizzy slopes. Continue reading
Your acquaintance with the Italian ski resorts should undoubtedly begin with the sunny, perfectly equipped smooth slopes of Trentino. Beginners choose this region for gently sloping convenient green and blue slopes, and experienced athletes will appreciate hundreds of kilometers of routes combined into two giant ski regions of Dolomiti Superski and Dolomiti di Brenta. Continue reading
With the help of Trenitalia it is very convenient to travel around Italy, and even stop by in neighboring countries.
But you need to think about your route in advance, as the comfort of the trip and the cost are directly dependent.
This year, Coach provides half fare on Saturdays from March 23 to June 8, the condition is “two tickets for the price of one.” And also there are more opportunities to purchase tickets at the “super-mini” fare through the website, for example, for 9 euros you can travel from Scalea to Rome (usually the fare is from 40-50 euros). Continue reading