The 5 best aprés ski areas in South Tyrol
What would an adventurous ski or snowboard descent be without an extensive, energetic and loud aprés ski with delicious drinks and explosive music? We have put together the 5 best après ski areas in South Tyrol for you.
What does Aprés Ski mean?
The word "aprés" comes from the French and means "afterwards", Aprés Ski is therefore what happens at ski resorts and in ski resorts after skiing and snowboarding. Originally the aprés ski was simply a cozy get-together after skiing, during which it was well-eaten and drunk. It was invented during the Winter Olympics in Charmonix at the beginning of the 20th century. Today, these are usually parties that take place near ski slopes in inns, ski huts, umbrella bars or discos.
The best après ski areas in South Tyrol
In a rustic atmosphere with South Tyrolean bacon and South Tyrolean wine with exciting music have fun: Also in South Tyrol Aprés Ski is an integral part of the ski season. Therefore, we now go to the definitive list of the best après ski areas in the Italian province.
Aprés Ski in Val Gardena
The undisputed number one not only in terms of the ski area, but also in terms of aprés ski: In Val Gardena the more than 70 huts and bars in the evening with beer, "Willi with pear" and many other imaginative drinks and energetic music in the sign of good humor ready.
True to the motto "Genuss & Savoir vivre", the popular Meran 2000 ski resort shines in the splendor of après-ski above the spa town of Merano. Experience, for example, the famous "Winter Nights", which after sunset invite you to celebrate in the huts and bars of Merano and the surrounding area.
Kronplatz Aprés Ski
Enjoy the nightlife in one of the best ski areas in South Tyrol: In Reischach (Pustertal) 40 characteristic parlors and trendy bars await you until the early morning hours with pure party atmosphere, numerous live acts, DJ's and delicious cocktails. How about, for example, a visit to the longest bar in South Tyrol in the "Après-Ski Tenne"?
74 bars and huts in Val Badia are waiting to surprise you with festive mood, entertainment and culinary delicacies. But there are also gourmets their place: u.a. The seductive gourmet ski safari takes place here as well, allowing you to experience star chefs at work while tasting the well-known "Slope Food".
Delicious drinks, casual beats and party until you drop. The small but versatile ski area Klausberg (one of the 3 ski areas Kronplatz) awaits you with 7 huts and bars, which invite you to feast and celebrate. Especially well known are the "Hexenkessel", the "Kristallalm" and the "Skihaus Pub".