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Ski vacations Sestriere - Olympic pistes with Italian-French ambience!

Via Lattea

Situated directly on the French-Italian border at 1,360 - 2,823 m is the extensive Via Lattea ski area. Entrance to the ski area is possible from both the French and Italian side. With 400 kilometres of piste and 72 lifts, the "Milk Street" offers gigantic fun on the pistes to meet all demands! Via Lattea, which became famous through the 1997 Ski World Championship and the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin, has many challenging runs. In the evening, one can enjoy "la dolce vita" in the cosy restaurants or enjoy the great après ski atmosphere in the bars and discos.

Sestriere lies about 100 km away from Turin, at an altitude of 2,035 m and is therefore right in the middle of the gorgeous alpine region of Piedmont. The border to France is not too far away, which allows for an international mix of France and Italy's love for life along and great winter sports. Sestriere is a younger winter sports destination, of which was created in the 1930's for the purpose of tourism. Several important international competitions have already taken place here, however, such as the Alpine Ski Championship in 1997 and the Turin Winter Olympics in 2006. Sestriere is counted as the highest-lying venue of the winter games. The two hotel towers at the resort entrance were home to the 1,700 athletes and support teams of the winter games, thus making it an olympic village, what to this day is still the landmark of the area. Architektonisch erinnert Sestriere an französische Skiorte – die Ski-Arena aber ist typisch italienisch.

Die "Milchstraße", wie das grenzüberschreitende Skigebiet Via Lattea übersetzt heißt, bietet eine große Auswahl an Abfahrten für jede Könnerstufe. Abseits der Pisten gibt es ein breites Freizeitangebot, z. B. mit beheizten Außenbädern, Tennis, Squash und dem höchstgelegenen 18-Loch-Golfplatz Europas. Abends genießt man dann "la dolce vita" in den gemütlichen Restaurants oder lässt sich von der feucht-fröhlichen Après-Ski-Stimmung in den Bars und Discos mitreißen.

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Via Lattea

Highest point: 2,800 m
Lowest point: 1,380 m
Altitude ski resort: 2,035 m
Lifts in total: 71
Tow lifts: 29
Chair lifts: 35
Gondola lift: 7
Pistes in total: 400 km
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220 km
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