The famous Alta Valtellina ski area, where every year men’s and women’s World Cup events are held, also hosted the Alpine-skiing World Championships in 2005.
After a day spent on the slopes, excursions to the valleys of the Stelvio National Park or walking in the characteristic old-town centre of Bormio, relax and recuperate in the spa waters, renowned since Roman times: Bagni Vecchi and Terme Bormiesi
During the summer, Bormio offers golf enthusiasts a splendid 9-hole course and a practice green with putting green, pitching green and a well-stocked pro-shop Bormio Golf
Durante l’estate Bormio offre agli appassionati di Golf la possibilita di praticare questo splendido sport mettendo a disposizione un percorso a 9 buche ed un campo pratica dotato di putting green, pitching green ed un fornito pro-shop.
Bernina Red Train
An unforgettable day trip to St. Moritz with the train that climbs the mountain amid green pastures, eternal glaciers and fairy-tale landscapes.
SPECIAL 3-DAY OFFER
(groups only) full-board accommodation – drinks at meals
Day 1: visit Bormio old-town centre – afternoon trip to Livigno (tax-free area); evening film show in the Stelvio National Park.
Day 2: guided visit to the Stelvio National Park; live-music evening.
Day 3: trip to St. Moritz with the “Bernina Red Train” and lunch in a prestigious St. Moritz restaurant.
How to reach us:
west ring-road Viale Zara Cinisello Balsamo exit – SS36 direction of Lecco – Colico – Sondrio – Tirano – Bormio
east ring-road to Linate and follow the signs for Malpensa airport – Viale Zara Cinisello Balsamo exit – SS36 direction of Lecco – Colico – Sondrio – Tirano – Bormio
MI-VE motorway Brescia Ovest exit – ring-road to Lago d’Iseo – SS510 direction of Iseo – Boario – Darfo SS42 direction of Edolo – SS39 Passo Aprica – Tirano – Bormio
Brenner motorway in the direction of Landek (A) – Coira (CH) – “La Drossa” tunnel in the direction of Livigno – Passo del Foscagno – Bormio
The Gavia, Stelvio and Forcola Passes are only open in summer.
Major airports are Milan (Linate and Malpensa) and Bergamo.
The rail terminal is at Tirano (Retiche and State Railways).
Tirano is 40 km away, buses connect with the trains arriving from Milan Central Station.