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San Candido is located near the Austrian border in the region of the Drei Zinnen Dolomites; the threefold peaks are recognised as UNESCO World Heritage. The ski area has been awarded several times and is, therefore, the ideal place for skiing. In addition, it is also a beautiful area! San Candido is mainly known for cross-country skiing, skiing is possible on the family-friendly (beginners) slope Haunold. For the more advanced, the ski area of the Drei Zinnen is recommended.
Do you want to do something different for a day off the slopes? San Candido has a nice centre. Thanks to the lively pedestrian zone you can enjoy walking and shopping. Nice restaurants and bars can be found in the centre. Definitely worth a visit here!
Drei Zinnen is a recognised UNESCO World Heritage site. This ski area has been crowned several times as the top destination for a winter holiday.
This area is home to real ski enthusiasts. The environment is incredibly beautiful with 5 interconnected mountains and 110 kilometres of slopes to enjoy the Drei Zinnen is one of a kind destination.
Do you want to explore several peaks of the Dolomites during one holiday? Then take the Giro Delle Cime ski tour; where you ski through sprawling landscapes.
For the little ones, the family-friendly mountain Haunold is the best. There are several small ski lifts from the valley that are perfect for the first downhill runs. In addition to the practice slopes, there are 5 lifts, which provide 23 kilometres of fun. There are 4 ski huts and the track is lit at night. Perfect for families!
Do you not feel like skiing one day? Find the toboggan run or go to the cabin lift 'Rotwand' where you can feed reindeer. If you are very lucky you can also meet wild reindeer on the slopes.
The capital is Rome.
The official language is Italian.
There is a time difference of +1hour.
The official currency in Italy is the euro.
The voltage is 230 volts.
You must be in possession of a valid passport or valid proof of identity.
Talk on the phone:
A British mobile phone also works in Italy. To call to Italy from the UK, first dial the country code 0039 and then the area code without zero and then the subscriber number. The country code 0044 is from Italy to the UK.
The national emergency number is 112.
Traveling by car:
The national roads are well passable. Pas Piccolo San Bernardo is closed throughout the winter season (November to June).
Keep in mind that the highways require a toll. If you travel via the Austrian motorways, you must be in possession of a toll sticker. For some motorways, tunnels and roads in Austria there is no vignette requirement, but a separate toll must be paid, such as the A13 from Innsbruck-Süd to the Italian border.
There is no general obligation in Italy for winter tyres. Winter equipment (chains or winter tyres) may be mandatory on mountain roads. This is indicated with a traffic sign. Not using winter tires in winter conditions can lead to (joint) liability in the event of accidents and also have criminal consequences. In Austria and Germany, winter tires are required in winter conditions.
In case of breakdown or an accident, it is mandatory that all road users wear a reflective vest.
If you travel via France:
Please note: in some cities it is mandatory to have an environmental sticker from 1 July 2017. If you drive over the Paris ring road, the Boulevard Périphérique, you will also need an environmental sticker in many cases. The vignette can not be obtained along the way, but can only be ordered online. The French police advise to print out the application form and the confirmation and to take it with you if the vignette is not delivered in time by post. The order form can be found on this website: https://www.certificat-air.gouv.fr/en/demande-ext/cgu
Future environmental zones can be found on this website: http://en.france.fr/nl/tips/milieuzones-france-ecovignet-credit
Food and drink:
Italy is known for pizzas, pastas and risottos. It is not recommended to drink tap water.
It is customary in Italy to give a tip of around 10% in bars, restaurants and hotels.
In general, the shops are closed between 13.00 and 16.00. This is the siesta. After 16.00 hours the shops will open again until about 19.00 hours.
In Italy, a ski helmet is mandatory for children up to and including 14 years of age. A ski helmet is recommended for adults. In a ski class, wearing a helmet is often required.
In Italy you are generally required to wear a swimming cap in swimming pools. This is for both public swimming pools and swimming pools that belong to hotels.
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A Dolomites ski pass is included in the package:
3-day trip including 2-day ski pass
4-day trip including 2-day ski pass
5-day trip including 3-day ski pass
6-day trip including 4-day ski pass
7-day trip including 5-day ski pass
8-day trip including 6-day ski pass
Your booking will indicate the days in which the lift pass is valid (eg Sunday to Friday). If you want to enter the lift pass on a different day than indicated in the booking steps, you must us by telephone. The booking can then be adjusted. Extending the lift pass can often be booked for a small surcharge; the price for this can be found in step 1 of the booking process. The discount for "no lift pass" can also be found in this step of the booking process.
The lift pass for children born after 27/11/2013 is free.
Children born between 26/11/2005 and 26/11/2013 receive a discount on the lift pass.
People born before 26/11/1956 also receive a discount.
These discounts can be found in the calculation of your price breakdown in step 2 of the booking process.
The above supplements and discounts are only valid when booking. Different rates are applied on the spot.