The best Italian winter destinations, part 2

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Nov 232020The best Italian winter destinations, part 2 Did the first 5 destinations intrigue you? Certainly also these that we propose will make your winter wonderfully unforgettable. Let's discover the charm of these sites!
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Did the first five destinations intrigue you? Certainly also these that we propose will make your winter wonderfully unforgettable. Let's discover the charm of these sites!

Whether it's hot or cold, with the sun, fog or rain, Venice always remains an extremely fascinating city. It is simply beautiful, at any time of the year, regardless of the weather. Every day is the right one to get to know Venice, whether it's the first time or not, seeing it is always a pleasure. Furthermore, if you happen to be in the period of the famous Carnival (which happens to be between January and February), you will attend splendid costume parades, where the famous Venetian masks are shown off.


Val di Funes
Trentino-Alto Adige is simply a magical region. The splendid Val di Funes, which contains several localities that are part of the municipalities of the Dolomites, presents breathtaking landscapes both in summer and in winter when everything is tinged with white. Here you can practice cross-country skiing immersed in a fairytale setting, or explore the snow-covered villages such as San Pietro, San Giacomo, Colle and Santa Maddalena. There is no better place to indulge yourself with photoshoots.

Val di Funes

Winter rhymes with ski slopes and Livigno are the ski resort par excellence. All winter sports lovers come here at least once in their life, to enjoy the beautiful ski slopes or to go hiking. It is located in the province of Sondrio and is part of the Alta Valtellina mountain community.


This small town of Val d’Aosta region houses what many believe are the most beautiful spas in Italy. The presence of hot thermal waters in this area was already known in Roman times, but it began to be exploited only in the seventeenth century. The historic spa was instead built towards the end of the 1800s, and today, after a major renovation, it has become an obligatory destination for wellness lovers. The main feature of the spa is these huge outdoor pools of hot thermal water, which in winter are surrounded by meters of snow. What about trying the experience of taking a bath in hot water surrounded by a snowy landscape?


We couldn't fail to include at least one tourist resort in my beloved Liguria on the list. We chose Camogli because it is fascinating even in the coldest months. When the sea turns blue and the sky turns leaden, the bright colors of the houses overlooking the bay create a splendid contrast. Take a walk by the sea or climb the countless stairs to enter the most hidden corners of the country, and maybe stop for an aperitif while waiting for the sunset over the sea.


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