Looking at ski photos will most probably leave any inexperienced person sigh because of the seemingly difficult process it entails. However, if you think that this is something that you cannot do, think again. Skiing is for everyone, and learning its tricks and processes is a great way to have the best time with the family. There is no great reason to stay indoors during winter, so make the most of it by doing this amazing sport.

Europe is one of the best places in the world to go skiing, as it is filled with the Alps and beautiful mountains that are utterly perfect for the sport. Allow us to narrow things down for you and give you some suggestions. Here are some of the best ski destinations that offer ski adventures for both novice and experienced visitors. These spots in Europe are some of the most perfect places to create a fun-filled holiday to go skiing with family and friends.


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Davos, Switzerland

Davos is Switzerland‘s largest and oldest areas for skiing and has some of Europe’s best spots for cross-country skiing. These descriptions and qualities alone will mean that going here for a ski vacation will definitely not disappoint. Davos is the highest city in all of Europe, so the peaks and slopes here are just perfect for the sport.


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Lapland, Finland

Lapland is where you must go to if you’re looking for a great ski spot in Finland. During winter, Lapland turns into a breathtaking wonderland for this recreational activity. One of the best places to do this is at the ski resort Yllas, which is constantly a part of the lists of the best skiing destinations in the area. Beginners and experienced people looking for a thrilling ski holiday will have the best time spending it here.


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Courchevel, France

The French Alps are simply stunning for a ski vacation, and one of the places to check out is Courchevel, which has more than a hundred ski runs to choose from. This place has some of the most extensive skiing offers in all of the 3 Valleys (Saint-Bon, Allues, and Belleville), so you will definitely not have a hard time finding a spot to match your ability and other preferences.


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Cortina d’Ampezzo, Italy

The town of Cortina d’Ampezzo in Veneto, Italy is famous around the world for having beautiful ski ranges and breathtaking scenery. It is also know for the Après-ski (“after skiing”), which translates to going out for drinks, parties, and having fun after skiing—if socializing and having more fun after the thrill of skiing is what you’re looking for, this part of Italy is what you must definitely consider.


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Salen, Sweden

Salen is one of Scandinavia’s most famous ski destinations. Here, you will have four areas to choose from (Lindvallen, Hogfjallet, Tandadalen and Hundfjallet ), where you will be enveloped in amazing slopes and an overall magnificent scenery. It is also home to the Vasaloppet, the longest running and oldest cross-country ski race in the world.


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Kranjska Gora, Slovenia

This town in Slovenia is known to be a great venue for winter sports, including the Alpine skiing World Cup series. It is a great place for beginners to learn and for experts to explore different slopes—this place has a little bit of something for everyone.  


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