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Due to its climate, which is particularly similar to that of the Himalayas, Livigno is also commonly known as Little Tibet. Located on the border with Switzerland, at the foot of the western Rhaetian Alps and at the beating heart of Alta Valtellina, it's one of the most popular destinations with mountain holidaymakers, both in summer and in winter.
Its strategic location is within easy reach of many attractions and sights in the surrounding area. You’ll be spoiled for choice!
Stelvio National Park is a naturalistic paradise a short distance away from Livigno. Here, nature offers enchanting spectacles, unforgettable sunsets and intoxicating scents typical of unspoiled valleys.
Ideal for lovers of hiking, Stelvio National Park offers a glimpse of the magnificent valleys that separate Italy from Switzerland and the rich variety of alpine flora and fauna, provoking unforgettable emotions with breathtaking views.
Designated a UNESCO world heritage site since 2008, the Bernina Express is the slowest express train in Europe and traverses one of the steepest routes in the world, without the aid of a rack gear.
Departing from Tirano Station, just a few kilometres from Livigno, the train climbs to an altitude of 2,250 metres up to the glaciers of Bernina, passing by untouched and varied natural landscapes. The journey concludes at St. Moritz, an area in the heart of the Engadin famed for its luxury, where you can relax and do some shopping at the amazing shops on offer.
If you want to have fun and spend a day doing something out of the ordinary, look no further than Livigno! Enjoy a stroll in the town centre, stop in one of the many charming bars for a hot chocolate or a drink and take advantage of the best duty-free area in Valtellina for shopping free from added tax.
Chiefly notable for its ski slopes and sport and wellness holidays, Valtellina is also a major centre for the production of high-quality wine.
Home to some of Lombardy’s most important wineries, the Valtellina wine region is spread out over more than 2,500 km of stone-protected terraces, creating a characteristic, unique landscape on this side of the Rhaetian Alps.