Best Apres-ski in Italy
The après-ski, literally “after skiing” is that moment of the day that, even if they will never admit it, all the visitors of the slopes are waiting for. Imagine happy hour, but no cement, no cars and no working day. You have spent the day outdoors, skiing, and now you can have a drink with friends and many other young people. Whether you want to drink a super classic bombardino, a grappa or a drink and whether you are still at the foot of the slopes or already in the village bars, après-ski is a must to end the day in the snow.
Find out which are the Best Après-Ski in Italy:
Well, if for you après-ski is an essential element of your winter holiday, you can’t miss a trip to these resorts:
Livigno: Kosmo and Bivio
Livigno is an international destination, populated by young people and ski enthusiasts; also, it is famous for its nightlife. Livigno certainly offers various solutions for an après-ski full of fun. Not to be missed are the Kosmo, for those who have skied in the Mottolino area, and the Alegra Bivio Club for those who have skied tin the Carosello area. Don’t worry, you’ll probably meet everyone later in the evening at Miki’s , after après-ski!
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Bormio: Bewhite and Ciuk
If you say Bormio and après-ski, you say Bewhite, the place at the foot of the gondola lift that leads directly to the slopes of Bormio 2000, which you can access with your ski boots still on your feet! The other place, which is a must for the more social ones, is the Ciuk , which also has its dedicated hashtag: #behappybeciuk. For those who want to continue their party night, you can’t miss the after après-ski at Shangri La!
Read also 10 things to do in Bormio!
Could you miss the trendiest resort in the Aosta Valley? Courmayeur is an ideal destination for lovers of skiing, but also for parties and après-skis. The address par excellence is one: the SuperG of Courmayeur, which is located directly on the slopes of Plan Checrouit, which has been making young winter sports enthusiasts dance on its terraces for years, thanks to its dj-sets. If you want to stay in the village and you prefer a “traditional” aperitif, the central Via Roma in Courmayeur offers different solutions to have a drink in company: at Caffè della Posta, Privè Cocktail Bar and Caffè Roma, the après-ski becomes fashionable and tastes like Spritz! If you want to go on partying, the Shatush, Club Haus and The Club are good solutions for a night in a high altitude disco.
Read also 10 things to do in Courmayeur!
In our opinion, it is one of the best après-ski in Italy. Murin is an institution to party in the Dolomites: high volume music, lots of people and the best hits of the moment. Its party atmosphere will overwhelm you!
Madonna di Campiglio: Jumper
At the end of the day on the ski slopes, the Ursus Park and all the young people of Madonna di Campiglio meet at the après-ski to end their day in style . Music is never lacking and the alpine scenery of the Brenta Dolomites is the setting for a truly unmissable aperitif.
Alta Badia: St. Moritzino
If you are looking for a “vip” atmosphere for your aperitif in the Dolomites, the St. Moritzino in Alta Badia could be just right for you. It is located directly on the top of Piz la Ila and every day you will find dj-set from 14.00, music, drinks and lots of fun for the most famous après-ski in Alta Badia.
Ponte di Legno – Tonale: Bar Ombrello
The Ombrello bar at Passo del Tonale is the destination of all young people in Ponte di Legno. An umbrella shaped structure that, when the lifts close, turns into a real dance floor with playing the best hits of the moment. Simple, genuine and informal!
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Even in the Vialattea, one of the largest ski areas in Europe, après-ski is a must. In Sestrière the best place for the aperitif hour is undoubtedly the Gargote Fashion Cafè, a meeting place for the many young people who animate the slopes and then meet here. Among all the various organized events, you will find DJ sets: the fun is always guaranteed!
Harald’s is a fixed stop in Bardonecchia, right at the foot of the Colomion lifts. The terrace is always animated by a vocalist and from 17.30 the party continues inside the club where, especially on weekends, there is a DJ ready to make you dance to the rhythm of music.
Read also 10 things to do in Bardonecchia!
Alagna: An Bacher
In the freeriders’ paradise you can’t miss a nice après-ski, maybe accompanied by miaccia, the typical local bread. The more adventurous can spend the evening at the Capanna Margherita, the highest refuge in Europe (4554 meters!), while if you prefer to stay in the village of Alagna, we can suggest, for example, the An Bacher Wi, a wine shop not to be missed if you pass by Valsesia.