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Including a 6-day ski pass for Pettneu with arrivals on 9, 16 and 23 January and on 6, 13 and 20 March.
Pettneu am Arlberg
Pettneu is a lively village from where you can access the Arlberg resort. The 8 ski pistes of Pettneu vary in difficulty from blue to black and require a separate ski pass. Because Pettneu is located near St. Anton, this top ski resort is also within your reach. A regular free bus service runs between Pettneu and St. Anton and the ski pass for St. Anton is also valid in Pettneu. This cosy village also has a ski school with a nursery, a flood-lit luge track, a sports centre with indoor swimming pool, a sauna and solarium, a skittle alley and a tennis hall. These days there is also a fun park in Pettneu where snowboarders and freestyle skiers can test their skills!
Ski holidays in the Arlberg skiregion, to which St Anton belongs, offers one of the biggest and most spectacular ski areas in Austria. It is very varied and there are many options at every level meaning Skiing in Arlberg skiregion provides something for everyone. The condition of the pistes is usually excellent and skiing back down to the resort centre is nearly always possible.
The Galzig cable cars have made skiing in the Arlberg skiregion very accessible. The highly experienced skiers and snowboarders can also enjoy the practically limitless off piste options when on a ski holiday in the Arlberg skiregion. The Arlberg lift pass also grants entrance to the resorts of Lech and Zürs. These are not directly connected but can still be reached easily with the, very well organised, ski buses. Besides the extra pistes, skiing in Lech offers you the opportunity to check out this famous village, with beautiful shops and a centre steeped in tradition.
The capital is Vienna.
The official language is German but English is widely spoken as well.
There is one hour time difference with the UK (GMT+1).
The official currency is the Euro.
It is customary in Austria to tip between 5% and 10% in bars and restaurants.
Food & Drink:
Austria is known for its Vienna Schnitzels and Glühwein. Tap water is safe for drinking.
Opening times shops:
Shops are usually open from Monday until Friday from 09.00 AM to 18.00 PM (some shops close during the afternoon). Most shops are closed on Sunday.
Travelling by car:
Snow chains are obligatory in the Alps. You need a toll permit for the motorways in Austria. You can buy the permit at the AA in the UK or in Austria at the major border crossings. The European Commission advises you to wear a safety reflector jacket in the event of a break down or accident. This vest can be purchased from the AA in the UK as well.
The voltage is 230 volt.
UK mobile phones work in Austria as well.
You need to be in the possession of a valid passport to travel to Austria.
Lift pass, lessons and material
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