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Determining the “best” ski resorts in Europe depends on individual preferences and requirements. However, based on ratings and popularity, we can mention:


  • Tignes / Val d’Isère: Extensive area with 300 km of slopes, suitable for all levels of skiers, with beautiful scenery and a lively atmosphere.
    • 1 Day – 66 €
  • Les 3 Vallées: The largest interconnected ski area in the world with 600 km of slopes, luxurious accommodation and varied activities.
    • 1 Day – 75 €
  • Alpe d’Huez: Area with 300 km of slopes, famous for its long runs and lively après-ski atmosphere.


  • St. Anton am Arlberg: Legendary area with 305 km of slopes, challenging terrain, famous après-ski and luxurious atmosphere.
  • Ischgl: Area with 238 km of slopes, modern infrastructure, lively atmosphere and varied activities.
  • Kitzbühel: World-famous resort with 170 km of slopes, challenging terrain, prestigious Hahnenkammrennen and luxurious atmosphere.


  • Cortina d’Ampezzo: Exclusive area with 120 km of slopes, beautiful Dolomite scenery, luxurious accommodation and world-renowned atmosphere.
  • Madonna di Campiglio: Area with 150 km of slopes, varied terrain for all levels, lively atmosphere and a wide range of activities.
  • Val Gardena: Area with 175 km of slopes, connected to Dolomiti Superski, beautiful scenery and modern infrastructure.



  • Zermatt: Area with 360 km of slopes, Matterhorn as a dominant feature, luxurious atmosphere and a wide range of activities.
  • St. Moritz: World-famous resort with 350 km of slopes, exclusive atmosphere, luxurious accommodation and varied activities.
  • Verbier: Area with 410 km of slopes, challenging terrain, freeride and lively après-ski atmosphere.

Other areas worth mentioning:

  • Andorra: Grandvalira – the largest ski area in the Pyrenees with 210 km of slopes.
  • Germany: Garmisch-Partenkirchen – area with 120 km of slopes and an Olympic atmosphere.
  • Sweden: Åre – area with 90 km of slopes and beautiful Nordic scenery.

When choosing a ski resort, it is important to consider:

  • Ski level: The area should offer slopes suitable for all levels of skiers in the group.
  • Terrain difficulty: Some prefer challenging terrain, others prefer gentler slopes.
  • Atmosphere: Quiet vs. lively après-ski atmosphere.
  • Price: Ski resorts vary in price for accommodation, lift passes and other services. The price of a ski pass is from 55 € to 120 €
  • Other activities: In addition to skiing and snowboarding, consider the interest in other activities, such as cross-country skiing, skating, wellness, etc.

I recommend exploring the websites of the individual areas and comparing their offerings with your preferences. You can also be inspired by ratings and reviews from skiers.

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