Enjoy winter holidays in the snow!

A holiday in the snow offers many opportunities to be active, whether skiing, snowboarding or tobogganing. But many winter sports enthusiasts ask themselves: where to go on a winter holiday? Whether in Austria, France, Italy, Germany or Switzerland: mountains are close by and offer a beautiful setting for a holiday. Skiers and snowboarders certainly get their money's worth there. But a winter holiday doesn't have to mean winter sports. Snow hikes through panoramic landscapes, a horse-drawn sleigh ride or a relaxing spa session can also make up a winter holiday. You can have a great time in the snow not only when staying in a hotel, but also in a holiday apartment. Regardless of whether the perfect winter holiday takes place on or off the slopes: The ski resorts offer plenty of sunshine.

Enjoy winter holidays in the snow!
Enjoy winter holidays in the snow!

Winter holiday in Austria

Austria is the winter sports paradise par excellence. Whether young or old, everyone will find their winter fun here. There is a wide range of pistes for beginners, advanced skiers and experts in Austria. The ski resorts in Kitzbühel, Sölden, Ischgl, St. Anton or Mayrhofen in Tyrol, also known as the heart of the Alps, are probably among the best known. But other cantons such as Carinthia, with its more than 200 lakes, also invite you to enjoy a holiday on and off the slopes. Neighbouring Salzburger Land also guarantees a trip with guaranteed snow and plenty of pistes for skiers. Those who want to be active without skis will also find numerous offers in Austria. From snow tours and dog sledding to tobogganing, everything is on offer. Holidays with snow and sun in the Alps, relaxing or active days: if you are wondering where to spend your winter holiday, Austria is the right place for you.

Winter holiday in France

How about a winter holiday in France? The French Alps also promise skiing fun and relaxation. With the family, there is a wide range of options for experts and beginners on the piste. In particular, the wide range of easy slopes for enjoyable skiing meets the needs of families on winter holidays. Whether Chamrousse, Les 3 Vallées, or Val Thorens/Les Menuires - ski courses for beginners can be found everywhere. Les 3 Vallées is one of the largest ski regions with over 600 kilometres of pistes. The ski circuit connects the three valleys of Courchevel, Méribel and Val Thorens/Les Menuires. The Les 2 Alpes ski area, which also offers runs on the nearby glacier at an altitude of 3,560 metres, is ideal for experts. The annual SnowTrex PowderWeek also takes place here. In addition to skiing and snowboarding, France also offers relaxation and wellness. A glacier hike is also an unforgettable experience for anyone who wants to spend their holiday in the snow.

Winter holiday in Italy

Italy has so much to offer for a winter holiday. Whether skier or snowboarder, beginner or expert: in sunny Italy, everyone gets their money's worth in the snow. The popular South Tyrol is located on the sunny side of the Alps and offers around 1,200 kilometres of slopes with the "Dolomiti Superski" ski network. The network comprises 12 ski areas with freshly groomed slopes offering everything your heart desires on a ski holiday. Skiers will also find the best skiing fun in the Trentino and Lombardy regions, with the most famous ski resorts of Cavalese and Livigno. A winter holiday in sun-drenched Italy is also ideal if you simply want to enjoy the sun and relax. Whether with or without skis, the offers for your winter holiday in Sondrio, the Val di Fassa or the Alpe di Siusi leave nothing to be desired.

Winter holiday in Germany

Going on holiday in Germany in winter? Skiing in Germany is a great way to spend time in the snow and enjoy the fairy-tale-like landscapes. The best-known resorts in the Bavarian Alps include Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Oberstdorf and Berchtesgaden. The many kilometres of pistes around Germany's highest mountain, the Zugspitze, are perfect for winter sports. Perfect for a short trip for two, with children or friends. There are also ski resorts that are not part of the Alps, such as Feldberg in the Black Forest. Many holiday apartments with their very own atmosphere invite you to take a trip into the snow around Hinterzarten, Titisee-Neustadt or Freudenstadt. In addition to family ski resorts, the Black Forest also has plenty to discover away from the slopes, perfect for a winter holiday. So if you don't want to travel far and still want to enjoy winter landscapes, the answer to the question "Where to go on a winter holiday?" is Germany.

Winter holiday in Switzerland

Switzerland is always a highlight for visitors. Not only numerous four-thousand-metre peaks such as the world-famous Matterhorn (4,478 m) and the trio of the Eiger (3,970 m), Mönch (4,107 m) and Jungfrau (4,158 m), but also exclusive offers make Switzerland something special. The options for a winter holiday range from cosy holiday apartments, exclusive apartment complexes and wellness hotels to 4-star luxury hotels. For an extravagant winter holiday, we recommend St. Moritz in the Corviglia ski area, which is ideal for experienced skiers. But Switzerland doesn't just have to be expensive, a trip to the snow can also be affordable here. The accommodations around Davos, Flims Laax Falera and Veysonnaz are particularly suitable for families and anyone looking for an affordable winter holiday in Switzerland.

Winter holiday in Czech Republic

In the Czech Ore Mountains, the Giant Mountains and the Bohemian Forest, winter sports enthusiasts will find a variety of pistes and cross-country ski trails. Many ski resorts also have exciting toboggan runs and winter hiking trails that invite you to explore the beautiful landscape. In the family-friendly ski resorts around Lipno and Pec pod Snezkou, skiers of all ages get their money's worth. The small ski resorts in the Czech Republic impress with their easy accessibility, especially from the eastern German states. The well-equipped hotels and wellness facilities offer everything your heart desires on a winter holiday, even without skis. The hospitable locals also make the Czech Republic a popular destination for an affordable holiday in the snow.

Winter holiday in Poland

In the Carpathian and Sudeten Mountains, Poland also offers the opportunity to go skiing and snowboarding. Szklarska Poręba (Schreiberhau), Karpacz and Zakopane are probably among the best-known and most popular winter sports resorts in the Giant Mountains and the High Tatras. Even without skiing or snowboarding, winter holidays in Poland are not boring, as the mountain destinations of Wroclaw and Krakow invite you to explore. The well-equipped hotels usually offer everything your heart desires for a winter holiday with spa facilities, from saunas and massages to swimming pools. If you are looking for an affordable winter holiday, you are guaranteed to find what you are looking for in Poland. There are also numerous offers for a short holiday in the snow in the small ski resorts.

Winter holiday in Slovakia

Few people realise that you can enjoy winter sports in almost every region of Slovakia. The Tatra and Fatra ski resorts offer ideal conditions for a winter holiday. Here, skiing in Slovakia is pure pleasure thanks to the well-equipped winter sports areas. Whether Starý Smokovec or Jasná, both families and passionate skiers and snowboarders will find their pleasure in Slovakia. In addition to perfectly groomed pistes, there are also many hiking trails and toboggan runs for a holiday in the snow. Those seeking relaxation will also find the perfect winter holiday without skis under their feet. You can round off a day's skiing with a drink in one of the many bars or restaurants or sample the Slovakian specialties on offer.