Skiurlaub, Skifahren Livigno

Livigno – The No Tax Ski Holiday
Livigno used to be such a hard place to live and raise a family. Way back in the 1800s, Italy gave special tax breaks to Livigno residents so that they would continue to live and work there. Secretly, however, they were also kept there to keep an eye on the boarders in case of the intrusion of the neighbouring countries. Today Livigno still enjoys the same tax-free status, but residents do pay a small income tax to the government. Visitors to the area enjoy a one-of-a-kind tax-free ski vacation. The first people to live in Livigno were shepherds and farmers. Nowadays ski business owners and apres ski venues bring in quite a lot of money to the area. The easiest way to get to Livigno to enjoy some Italian skiing is through Milan which is app. 230 km away. The highest altitude is 3000 meters with a maximum vertical drop of just over 1000 meters. There are app. 75 ski runs with a 3.5 km descent and 115 km of ski runs in total. Night skiing makes it possible to ski under the beaming lights. The snowboarding in and around Livigno can’t be beat, with two parks at Mottolino and Carosello. The halfpipe, fun park, snowboard cross and jumps all offer a bruising challenge.
LIVIGNO ACCOMMODATION: Livigno's lodges offer everything from swank hotels to summer camping. The three star hotels in the area dominate where to stay, but the four star suites have a lot of luxury to offer. Residences, apartments and even sports hotels offer everything from self-catering to half-boards, solariums, saunas to spas.

Free ride, snow bike, ice climbing, shopping in duty free zone, apres ski, restaurants, bars, pubs, ice skating, cross board.

Skigebiet Livigno

Allgemeine Informationen

Min. Seehöhe: 1816 m
Max. Seehöhe: 2900 m


Nächster Flughafen: Milano, 230 km
Nächster Bahnhof: Zernez (CH), 28 km
Direkter Bus vom Bahnhof
Direkter Shuttle vom Bahnhof

Mehr zum Skigebiet

Alle Skipisten: 115 km
Längste Piste: 4 km
Langlaufloipe: 35 km


Blau: 30 km
Rot: 66 km
Schwarz: 19 km