Winter skiing holidays are among the most popular breaks for millions of tourists seeking a break in the Festive Season. Europe is home to some of the most sought-after ski slopes in the world. With so much to choose from, where should you travel this winter?
Check out our list of top European skiing destinations for winter and get ready to experience the slopes first-hand!
If you are looking to test yourself on one of Europe’s top ski resorts in 2019, look no further than Europe’s largest and most famous resort – Courchevel, France.
Whether you are a seasoned skier or a complete beginner, Courchevel has a multitude of runs for you to test or improve your skills. A quarter of the runs at this exquisite resort are for beginners, while an intermediate skier can trace one-third of the slopes.
Resorts like Courchevel come at a premium but, for a quality resort like this, high price tags are to be expected.
If the French resort above is not to your liking, how about a trip to the Dolomites?
If you’re a beginner, there is plenty of snow for you to develop your skills on the slopes. Intermediate skiers can take advantage of about half of the slopes at this fantastic resort. However, if you are a seasoned skier, Cortina d’Ampezzo can test your ability on skis or snowboard!
This top European resort held the Winter Olympics in 1956 and, since then, accomplished skiers have made this place a popular attraction. With its world-class slopes, excellent entertainment, and stylish shops and boutiques, this Italian resort can give you a trip to remember.
If there is one luxury skiing destination you should plan to visit once in your life, it is Zermatt in Switzerland. This ski resort makes many top ski resorts lists and should be experienced no matter how skilled you are on the slopes.
With the Matterhorn looming high above the picturesque mountainous landscape, Zermatt has possibly the most beautiful backdrop to a ski resort in the world.
Home to an interlaced complex of ski lifts and cable cars, accessibility to much of the 350km trail network makes traversing the vast area easier than most. Such accessibility means that the more experienced visitors can ski Switzerland one day and Italy the next.
There is also a selection of less challenging runs for beginner and intermediate skiers around the vast Zermatt complex.
The resorts above are among the jewels of European skiing’s crown! If you are planning a luxury holiday to one of Europe’s top skiing destinations in Winter 2019, we highly recommend the resorts above. Take to the slopes with your family or friends in Europe this holiday season, and make fun your priority this winter!