Holidays in the ski resorts is one of the most popular ways to spend holidays in motion and get a lot of good memories and a great energy boost.
Go to one of the Alpine resorts in Austria and enjoy the most equipped tracks in Europe. Look at the Dolomite Alps that are the most beautiful mountains of Italy, discover the new tracks of the Pyrenees in Andorra. Ski resorts in France will greet you with snowy peaks and hotels with a VIP-level of service.
Austrian ski resorts are famous for their magnificent infrastructure and luxurious entertainment programs. When you come to Innsbruck, Zell am See, Ischgl, Bad Gastein and other resorts of the Austrian Alps, you can be sure that everything here made to make you enjoy every minute of your vacation. Magnificent and qualitative rest is provided, both on the tracks, in hotels, and after active rest.
Italy is like a ski Mecca in Europe. The most beautiful mountains of Europe is the Dolomites, the longest tracks in Europe is Sellaronda - all these, tourists will find on the Peninsula of Apenin. In addition, here are well-manicured tracks with snow cannons, the highest level of service in hotels, cheerful après-ski and a rich cultural program in any resort of the country.
Most of the territory of Slovakia is occupied by mountains - High Tatras, Low Tatras, and Carpathian arc. This region is amazingly picturesque and beautiful. The flora and fauna of Slovakia is very rich, it has a large number of waterfalls, crystal clear rivers and lakes, dense coniferous forests, majestic peaks, plains and fields, and also with the Polish part of the Tatras under the auspices of UNESCO was created the "Tatra National Park" and "Biosphere Reserve of the Tatra".
Ski resorts in France are considered to be one of the most famous in the whole world. We all have heard many times about outstanding French Alps. Here, the winter fairy tale is illustrated with incredible picturesque beauties with more than 4000 different tracks for mountain skis, bobsleighs, snowboards and the other types of active winter recreation. Often, the slopes of the Alps become a location for competitions, championships, and Olympic Games. Tracks vary in complexity that makes the winter leisure accessible, both for experienced skiers, snowboarders and for beginners.