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The charming and quiet village of Ladis is located in the popular area: Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis. This typical Austrian town with charming alleys with shops and restaurants is a perfect base for a winter sports holiday in Austria. With the Sonnenbahn you reach the vast ski area. Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis has more than 210 kilometres of slopes.
Unlike the other places in the area: Fiss & Serfaus, Ladis is a very quieter place. So if you really come for skiing and want to enjoy quiet and typical Austrian hospitality, Ladis is the place to stay! The versatile and very popular ski area is known for being very child-friendly and every type of skier can use it.
Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis is near, near the Swiss and Italian borders with no shortage of sunshine.. Since 1999 the area has undergone extensive development and now has more than 212 km of skiing fun for the entire family to enjoy. The slopes extend to an altitude of 2,820 meters and are tailored to suit all levels of skiing abilities. Experienced skiers can head straight to the Abfahrten Obere Scheid and Masnerkopf, while beginners will feel more comfortable on the slopes around the Mittleren Sattelkopf . There are more than 200 sunny days here per year, so pack the sun cream and get ready for spectacular views.
There are numerous snow cannons to ensure perfect snow conditions. Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis is known as the most family-friendly ski resort in the Alps. This is largely due to the numerous child care facilities, great ski schools and play areas. On the other hand, the après-ski scene is less extensive than in Tyrolean ski resorts. However, there are plenty of options available for those who are interested in celebrating a successful day on the pistes.
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Requires negative PCR test no older than 72 hours or an antigen test (no older than 48 hours). You can also travel if you have received your first vaccination 22 days ago or longer, you are fully vaccinated, or with an recovery clearance to prove you had Covid-19 in the last 6 months. The test can also be taken in Austria within 24 hours of arrival. Or proof of vaccination with the official document - available from July 1. Registration is mandatory before starting your trip to Austria ("Pre-Travel-Clearance"). Proof of registration must be available digitally or printed out during an inspection.
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.
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