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Sunshine Skiing in the South Tyrol – Corvara & Colfosco

23 February 2017

The Dolomiti Superski is one of the biggest ski areas in the world, but with great size, comes great difficulty in finding specific information. To help you get the great Italian ski holiday you want and deserve, here’s the first part in a new series designed to help you deconstruct the Dolomites. Part One: Corvara […]

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5 Reasons to Blast Off to the Milky Way This Season

17 February 2017

One of Italy’s two main – and colossal – ski areas, the Milky Way is often overlooked in favour of its bigger brother – the Dolomiti Superski – or better-known French resorts across the border. We think that’s a crying shame, so here are five top-notch reasons to explore one of Europe’s best-kept secrets. It’s […]

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Skiing In The Future – Why You Should Book For Winter 17/18

9 December 2016

With the launch of our Winter 2017/18 holiday portfolio, we’ve been thinking about skiing, the future, skiing in the future, and how exciting it’s probably going to be. Read on for our predictions about what skiing will probably look like in the near future. Probably. There will be hoverboards No snow? No problem. All snowboards […]

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Get More Winter For Your Wonga – The Ski Report Is Here

15 November 2016

Where’s the best value skiing this winter? With the recent plummeting of the pound, it’s harder than ever to find the best winter sports holiday deals. Luckily, Post Office Travel Money has crunched the numbers in their annual Ski Resort Report put together with Crystal Ski Holidays to help us all discover the best places […]

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Our guide to skiing the other side of Italy

19 August 2016

It’s easy to get tunnel vision when talking about Italian skiing: the Milky Way and the gargantuan Dolomiti Superski tend to grab – and run off with – everybody’s attention. And justifiably so, they offer some of the best and most picturesque skiing in Europe. There’s more to Italy than the big names though, and […]

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