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Situated in the Lombardy region, close to the Swiss border, Livigno offers an enchanting blend of natural beauty and modern amenities.
With a rich history dating back centuries, Livigno was originally a traditional alpine village that relied on agriculture and trade. However, it has transformed into a purpose-built ski resort that attracts visitors from around the world.
Livigno boasts a well-connected ski area with direct access from the town center to the slopes. Skiers and snowboarders can easily access the lifts, making it convenient for both beginners and experienced riders. Additionally, the resort offers a free shuttle bus service, ensuring easy transportation for those staying slightly further from the slopes.
One of the unique features of Livigno is the possibility to ski back to town. This is thanks to its high-altitude location and the efficient lift system, which allows skiers to enjoy a scenic descent right to the village. It offers a fantastic opportunity for après-ski enthusiasts to transition seamlessly from the slopes to the lively town center.
When it comes to après-ski, Livigno has a vibrant and diverse scene. The town is famous for its duty-free status, making it a haven for shoppers looking for discounted goods. The streets are lined with a wide array of shops, boutiques, and outlets selling everything from high-end fashion to sports equipment. Additionally, Livigno boasts numerous bars, pubs, and restaurants where visitors can unwind and indulge in delicious Italian cuisine or sip on a refreshing drink.
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