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Livigno is an Alpine paradise, offering fabulous skiing conditions, après ski fun, and the delights of Italian culture to all who visit, so book a hotel room now with We cover all kinds of hotels - from specialist ski lodges to family hotels and smaller accommodations in Livigno perfect for solo travelers and couples. Every accommodation option has been reviewed by previous customers, giving you an accurate picture of what to expect. This is backed up by photographs of sample rooms and location maps showing precisely where your favorite hotel is situated. If you need somewhere near the ski lifts, has the right option, and if you need a hotel offering bike rentals, we can help. Book early with us and you can also secure big savings with Livigno hotels.

What's Livigno Like?

Because of its history, Livigno feels like a mixture of German and Italian culture, which creates a magical, fairy-tale impression. Attractions include the Church of Santa Maria, the Caravaggio Church (which contains masterworks by the Italian painter of the same name), as well as the 16th-century Church of San Rocco. Wander the atmospheric streets along the River Spol and shop at the many boutiques dotted around town. Anyone who visits should find time to enjoy the breath-taking Bernina Railway through an Alpine pass, while hiking trails abound in the Stelvio National Park. For skiers, the local pistes are complemented by the famous nearby resort of St Moritz, and you can explore a huge ski area fairly easily by basing yourself at Livigno hotels.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Livigno

One of the perks of being a local in Livigno is that the town enjoys an exemption from Value Added Tax - sales tax. This makes it a great place to snag bargains on Italian wines or foodstuffs, so stock up. The locals will be happy to point you towards discount delicacies and recommend the best ski runs. Although most will speak Italian, German is commonly spoken as well as the local variety of Romansh, as well as plenty of English. So getting along with the people of Livigno should be simple. The town is a proud cultural center as well as a skiing hot-spot, so catch the regular pop and classical music performances. In January, you can also head to the European Freeride Festival, which celebrates extreme Alpine sports, and provides guaranteed thrills for all spectators. So strap on your skis or lace up your hiking books and book Livigno hotels with today and stop worrying about your accommodation!