Germany has some great, easily accessible alpine ski resorts that have retained a friendly, accessible charm all of their own. Often overlooked, the best resorts in Germany have a good reputation for being consistently efficient with high levels of service.
German resorts are mainly pretty mountain villages, surrounded by lots of tree-lined slopes. The pistes are quiet in the week, but the mountains and the nightlife gets much busier at weekends.
There are no major mountains in Germany, so the ski resorts are all a little low to guarantee powder for the whole season.
Positioned in the centre of Europe most of the ski resorts possess easy access to both scheduled and passenger flights. The international airport of Munich is close to all the main ski areas, plus most of the ski resorts have their own train stations and are easy to get to from France, Switzerland and Austria.
Best Skiing For Beginners.
Soldeu is lively and friendly village very popular with British skiers for its relaxed ambiance and great après-ski.
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