Literally, Piedmont means "at the foot of the mountains". And the mountains are one of the parts of this beautiful region that attract tourists during all the seasons of the year. Turin, the main city of Piedmont, and the main ski resorts in the area, hosted in 2006 the Winter Olympic Games. This fact made even more famous the locations interested.
There are many areas in Piedmont where it's possible to spend a relaxing and fun ski holiday. Everywhere you will breathe a warm atmosphere, ideal for all the family, especially for children. And it's not just in winter. Piedmont offers incredible holiday destinations in every season, for mountain lovers and not only. How2Transfer is ready to offer you a specific airport transfer service for your travel, to bring you up and back to your landing and departure airport.
One of the most famous ski resorts in Piedmont is certainly Sestriere. Sestriere belongs to the big ski area known as the Milky Way. It provides hundreds of kilometres of slopes, for various difficulty levels. More than 20.000 people come here every year for the snow season, and everything turns around tourism. You will find all the accommodations, the comfort, the entertainments you want in the ski resorts in the area.
Milky Way includes eight ski resorts, between Italy and France: Sestriere, Pragelato, Claviere, Sauze d’Oulx, Cesana Torinese, San Sicario and Montgenèvre.
All the locations in the Milky Way are easily reachable with our airport transfer service. Our professional drivers are ready to pick up you from the airport, with various solutions: buses, minibuses, luxury private transfers, airport shuttle and more, based on your needed.
If you're searching for more ski resorts in Piedmont, you have more possibilities for your holiday. You can consider, for example, Monte Rosa area and Alagna Valsesia Ski resort. Monte Rosa is the Europe's second highest peak. In addition to the beautiful landscapes, this region is unique for the influence of the Walser community. Walser colonized Alagna and the nearest area, and today we can still look the traces of their cultures.
It is alive in the unique architecture of the buildings, in the traditions and, pleasant surprise, in the cuisine. The surrounding area is all to be explored, and not only in winter. On the Monte Rosa there is the highest refuge in Europe, Capanna Margherita. This is one of the most enchanting goals to be achieved by the ice-climbing and rock-climbing lovers.