Located in the magnificent Dolomites, the village of Cortina dates back to 1000 AC and, thanks to its dense and long-lasting history, it gained great tourism importance. Today, CortinaCortina is one of the most glamorous ski resorts worldwide and often guests VIPs from around the World.
Cortina is alive on and off the slopes: the day time skiers and snowboarders at night fill up the streets of the historical center in their fancy dresses, wandering around local shops, restaurants and bars.
Cortina is part of the Dolomiti SuperSki area and, alone, includes over 120 km of slopes, 90+ ski runs, and 27 ski-lifts. While there is a good umber of easy terrain, Cortina is famous among adrenaline junkies for its serious steep runs, the well-equipped snowpark and the numberless free-ride opportunities.
There are several ski schools in Cortina. They are well prepared and used to deal with a high class audience, speaking multiple languages (English and Italian are a must), and going the extra mile for their guests. The most booked lessons and private ski courses.