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Located north of the Italian Alps close to the Swiss border, the bustling resort of Livigno has much to offer including high-altitude skiing, an excellent snowfall record, lively après ski and extensive duty-free shopping. 
All set against the backdrop of breathtaking mountain scenery, the village of Livigno is approx. 20 km long and has for the majority, succeeded in preserving its Alpine traditions in its landscape, nature, culture and architecture.

The majority of the skiing is above the tree line and is especially suitable for beginner and intermediate skiers and snowboarders.

Its many attractions, including a pedestrian zone lined with shops, bars and restaurants, are enhanced by the resort’s duty-free status, making it excellent value for money. It offers sincere Italian hospitality in a fully European atmosphere. 


Altitude: village at 1 800 meters; highest ski point at 3 000 metres

Population: approx. 5 500

Number of guest beds: approx. 104 Hotels and 1248 Apartments

Ski Piste: 115 kilometers of ski slopes including night skiing – level of ski slopes as follows:
Easy/Beginner       –  blue x 29 ski slopes
Intermediate          –  red x 37 ski slopes
Difficult/Advanced  –  black x 12 ski slopes

Ski lifts x 31:
4 x Gondola cable cars
14 x Chair lifts
13 x Drag lifts

Snow making facilities: The modern artificial snow machines guarantee a snow covering equal to 70% of the skiable terrain.

Livigno Ski Pass: covers 31 lifts and 115 kilometers of impeccable runs of the 3 different mountains of Livigno, namely the Costaccia, Carosello and Mottolino. A complimentary bus service provides transport to the various ski areas within Livigno.

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