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Val di Fiemme is a ski resort in the southern area of the Dolomites. This southern location makes it a very sunny ski area. But you don't have to worry about the quality of the snow. Many snow cannons ensure that there is always enough snow. This ski area is known to have many traditional mountain restaurants. For example, the Weigler-Weigleralmhut at 2000 meters, which serves delicious traditional regional dishes. The ski area is ideal for beginners and slightly advanced skiers due to its wide slopes.
Val di Fiemme is ideal for cross-country skiers - the cross-country skiing world championships have been organized here several times! The cross-country skiing centre is located at 1800 meters and there are approximately 150 kilometres of trails for every level.
In the smaller Alpe Cermis ski area, Olimpia is the longest slope no less than 7.5 kilometres. Here you will not have enough eyes to take in the fairytale environment.
Ski areas can adopt different color codes, meaning the following:
• White areas require a green pass to access ski lifts.
• Yellow areas require a super green pass to access ski lifts.
• In orange areas, a super green pass is required to access ski lifts.
• At the moment all areas in Italy are colored white. The color code per region can be found here.
A mask (FFP2) is required. Show Super Green Pass (2G) for access
QR code is required at ski lifts, hotel wellness, restaurants & bars (outside the hotel).
There is a general lockdown for all people who are either not vaccinated or not recently recovered from corona.
As of 1 February vaccinations have a reduced validation of 6 months after receiving the dose.
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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In step 1 of the booking process, you can see which days your lift pass is valid for. If you want to use the ski lift on a different day than designated, please contact our contact centre by telephone. It is not possible to change the days of the lift pass once you have arrived at the destination.
If you wish to extend the lift pass, it can often be booked as an extra. The price for extending the lift pass can be found in step 1 of the booking. If you choose “no lift pass”, the discount can also be found in step 2 of the booking process.
The lift pass for children born after 27/11/2013 is free of charge. Children born between 26/11/2005 and 26/11/2013, and seniors born before 26/11/1956, receive a discount on the lift pass. These discounts can be found in the calculation of your travel sum.
You will need a passport photo if you book a 8 day lift pass.
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