Madonna di Campiglio Ski Packages
For a skier, there are specific destinations in the world that they can go to if they are going on a trip. Simply because they have something that attracts them, for them, it’s the snow that matters. To have a memorable experience, Ski Packages are planned for the winter months.
Which are the best places in the world that a skier can go? Ostensibly, there are a lot of ski resorts around Europe. Choosing a place to spend your holiday can be cumbersome. Are you having any apprehensions about planning for your holiday? We are here to help you select your Ski Package to one of the most famous destinations in the world that will leave a lasting effect on your memories.
Madonna di Campiglio is the place that we can recommend it to you. Probably, there is much that you do not understand about this beautiful place. Do not worry. We will explain to you why it’s the best.
About Madonna di Compaglio
Madonna di Campiglio is a ski resort found in the northern part of Italy that is said to be occupied by over 1000 inhabitants. The village is also located in the Val Rendena, and it’s said to be above 1500 meters above sea level. In terms of skiing, the village has over 47 lifts, and ski runs as long as 150 kilometers. It boasts of having a capacity of 50000M2 and has the capability of holding 30,000 people per hour. The village is situated at a place where it’s easy to access the Brenta Dolomites, famed for it’s via Ferrata.
Skiing in Madonna di Campiglio
Madonna di Campiglio is a genuinely fashionable skiing place made of Italian fashion, which is quite noticeable both on the streets and the pistes. Probably, it’s because, during ancient times, it used to be an extension of the Vienna court. Madonna di Campiglio is not one of the most famous resorts in the world. However, visitors who visit this place appreciate it because it has maintained its tradition and has a charm that cannot be found in any other ski resort. On its turf, it’s sufficient to be referred to as a world-class tourist destination. Madonna di Campiglio welcomes all kinds of skiers. A beginner and expert will find the area very enjoyable. As a beginner, there are some excellent and super easy runs that they can use to learn how to ski. They are available at Pradalago and Groste. Also, Madonna di Campiglio is not far away from the village nursery, where beginners are taught how to ski. You only take a short ride to Carlo Magno. The mildest are found in Groste and Pradalago sector. Intermediate runs are located at Monte Spinale, Pinzolo, Folgarida, and Cinque Laghi. There are a few black runs characterized by steep runs designed for Experts Skiers located at Pinzolo and Mount Spinale.
Skiing events held at this place
The Madonna di Campiglio is not without its accolades in terms of hosting major events. Regularly, it hosts the prestigious world cup alpine skiing and snowboarding competitions. Ingemar Stenmark won the first alpine skiing event held in 1974. But its not just about skiing. The place was designated as the finishing location of the Giro d’Italia in 2015 and in 1999. Marco Pantani won the first cycling event and Mikel Land won the other event that was held in 2015.
Other activities to do in this region
The pedestrianized center at Madonna di Campiglio offers the best place for an evening or afternoon stroll. It has bars, boutiques, and restaurants. Around it, here is a frozen lake where you can skate. Also, winter walks are available in the area. Après ski is an event that is always held after a skiing event. Expect to find most of such events in Madonna di Campiglio bars.
At Madonna di Campiglio, accommodation is not lacking. Italy Luxury Tours Ski Packages include 4* Boutique and 5* Luxury Hotels and Chalet.
When is the best time to visit?
As a skier, your target should be when there are lots of snow in the region. In this region, the temperatures are daily cold throughout the year. However, the hottest months are between July and August. Since most likely you are interested in when there is snow, your time should be from December to March. According to the national oceanic and atmospheric administration, the month of March usually has a lot of snow than any other time of the year. Therefore, we encourage you to plan your trip to coincide with this time. No matter how bad the weather might be, Madonna di Campiglio has enough trees to make it possible to ski when the weather is not ideal.
How to get to Madonna di Campiglio
Madonna di Campiglio is generally well connected via roads and trains. The nearest airport is Verona, which is only two hours away by Private Transfer. It is also possible to arrive at Venice or Bergamo Airport. Both of them take three hours to ride to Madonna di Campiglio.
- 7 Nights/8 Days
- 4* Boutique or 5* Luxury Hotel or Chalet
- Assistance and Porterage at Airports, Train Stations and Hotels
- Private Transfers to and from Airport
- Day Excursions and Private Guided Tour
- Ski Passes and Ski Instructor on request
- Meals: Half or Full Board
- 24/7 Assistance and Support from our Ground Operational Office in Italy