Discover the best offers for holidays in Aprica
Italian town of 1,491 inhabitants in the province of Sondrio in Lombardy. A well-known mountain resort between Valtellina and Vallecamonica and a renowned winter tourist resort with over 50 km of ski slopes. Thanks also to a favorable geographical position, it is an ideal mountain destination for families to carry out outdoor activities to do both in summer and in winter.
Are you thinking of spending your holidays in Aprica? Excellent choice, ideal place to spend unforgettable holidays whether you love nature and whether you love sports and fun. In winter, skiing is the star with over 50 km of slopes: from the more challenging ones like the Magnolta piston to those adjacent to the town, ideal for children. For night skiing we find the super panoramic of the Baradello, the longest illuminated slope in Europe.
1. Pian di Gembro nature reserve: protected natural area characterized by the presence of peat
2. Alpine Eco-Faunistic Observatory: an area of over 25 hectares within which an equipped didactic and naturalistic itinerary unfolds. You will be able to get to know nature and closely observe some animal and plant species present in the Orobie Valtellinesi Park.
3. Ski Museum: the development of skis is presented, from the origins to the most recent skis, with particular attention to the milestones in ski design
Aprica boasts an important culinary tradition. Not to be missed:
Sciatt: typical cheese pancakes
Pizzoccheri: fresh (or dry) pasta made from buckwheat flour and wheat flour with ancient origins.
Bisciola: Valtellina panettone.
From the South there are two origins to go to Aprica: Milan or Verona.
167 km. Milan - Lecco - Sondrio - Aprica
180 km. Verona - Brescia - Edolo - Aprica
From the north there are two origins to go to Aprica: Zurich and Munich.
275 km. Zurich - Julier pass - Bernina pass - Tirano - Aprica
342 km. Monaco - Garmisch - Bernina pass - Tirano - Aprica
On the train:
The Aprica railway station is that of Tirano, 16 km away, where the bus station is also located.
A second railway station is located in Edolo, 15 km away, on the opposite side of the Valcamonica, where the railway arriving from Brescia arrives.
In Italy, the train leaves from Milan, which is 161 km away. away from Tirano, from where the bus to Aprica leaves.
The train that leaves from Brescia runs 98 km. to get to Edolo, from where the buses to Aprica leave.
In Switzerland, the Trenino Rosso that leads to Aprica (Tirano station 16 km away) begins its journey at Landquart station, which is 155 km away.
To the south the main international airports to go to Aprica are those of Milan: Bergamo Orio al Serio is 113 km away, that of Malpensa 200 km.
To the north, the main international airports for Aprica are those of Zurich (300 km.) And Munich (433 km.).
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