Skiing In Europe
Skiing is one of the most enduring British holiday pastimes. After all, who hasn’t dreamed of hitting the slopes, blazing a trail through the snow, before retiring to your room with a mug of something hot to drink, surrounded by incredible scenery?
Have you considered driving to your ski destination next year? It's an increasingly popular option, as more and more people realise the benefits of taking their own car on holiday.
No queues at the airport, no tedious resort transfers and huge overall savings in cost, stress and hassle. Take your vehicle and as there are no luggage restrictions you can pack all of your skiing equipment with you without hefty baggage charges. Add to that the freedom to travel at your own pace and the luxury of having your own car while you're away, and you start to see the attraction…
Skiing in France
France is the most popular skiing destination for British tourists, and it’s easy to see why, with a range of slopes and resorts suitable for skiers of all abilities.
Skiing in Austria
If you’re not going to France, chances are you’ll be going skiing in Austria, the UK’s second most popular skiing destination. Austria also claims to have the best après ski in Europe!
Skiing in Holland, Belgium & Germany
While Holland is notoriously flat, and neither Belgium nor Germany are as famous as their alpine neighbours when it comes to skiing, all 3 of these countries have options for peaks to conquer and cross-country trails to discover.
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Skiing in Switzerland
A longer drive, but more than worth it for the stunning Swiss mountain scenery. Switzerland is one of the most famous skiing destinations in the world.
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Skiing in Italy
Combine a skiing getaway with La Dolce Vita by heading to the mountains of northern Italy for wonderful mountain views and exceptional après ski.
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