5 best ski resorts in Europe that make your winter trip more fun (Part 3)

Despite being famous, St. Anton retains the peaceful beauty in his cozy little villages, which makes it especially attractive to wander around.

The view here is great with lots of beautiful shops, bars, and chalets stretching along the main road with no cars. There are also some of the best ski bars including the infamous Mooserwirt and Krazy Kanguruh, as well as some upscale restaurants and hotels.

4. Winter Europe – Chamonix – Mont – Blanc ski area, France

Chamonix-Mont-Blanc commonly known as Chamonix is ​​a commune in Haute-Savoie in the southeastern region of France. It was the site of the first Winter Olympics in 1924. Chamonix is ​​famous for skiing and climbing lovers by the cable car lift to Aiguille du Midi where you can access the off-piste slopes of the Vallée Blanche.

Tucked away at the foot of Mont Blanc, Chamonix is ​​a cluster of distinct ski resorts and charming little villages. Not only famous for skiing, but Chamonix is ​​also a great place for mountain climbing, cycling, and hiking.

Tucked away at the foot of Mont Blanc, Chamonix is ​​a cluster of distinct ski resorts

The town center is a bustling destination, suitable for strolling around with the traditional buildings of Belle Epoque and Victoria, vibrant bars, luxury boutiques, and popular restaurants. The book shops and galleries and the quaint cobbled streets add to the charm here.

5. Winter Europe – Soldeu ski area, Andorra

Soldeu is a village and an Andorra ski resort. Soldeu is not as adventurous and charming as the top ski resorts of the Alps, but it is well suited and safe for beginners to ski. With great infrastructure, friendly ski views, and access to the largest ski area in the Pyrenees (Grandvalira), Andorra’s Soldeu winter resort is never empty.

The town stands out for its traditional stone-tiled buildings and vibrant bars serving regional specialties, while the expansive ski passes also present massive, varied challenges for even newbies. beginners and intermediate skiers.

Andorra is a tax-free area, so prices will be pretty affordable for anything from food and beverages to shopping and accommodation.


Above are the 5 best ski resorts for the upcoming winter European tour that Cattour has learned.