Folgaria is a small town located in the province of Trento, in the northern Italian region of Trentino-Alto Adige/Südtirol. It is situated at an altitude of 1163 meters above sea level and is a popular destination for winter sports enthusiasts due to its excellent skiing facilities. The town is located within the Folgaria-Fiorentini ski area, which offers a wide range of pistes suitable for skiers of all levels.

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Skiing in Folgaria: The Folgaria-Fiorentini ski area offers a total of 104 km of ski slopes, served by 25 lifts. The ski area is divided into three main sectors: Costa, Fiorentini, and Francolini. The slopes are suitable for skiers of all levels, with 47 km of easy pistes, 43 km of intermediate pistes, and 14 km of difficult pistes. Additionally, there is a snow park for freestyle enthusiasts.

Map of the ski area: Here is a website link to a map of the Folgaria-Fiorentini ski area:

Hospitality on and off the pistes:

Folgaria has a variety of restaurants and bars both on and off the pistes, serving a range of local and international cuisine. 


Getting there by car: Folgaria is easily accessible by car from major cities in northern Italy. From Milan, take the A4 motorway towards Venice, then the A31 towards Trento. Take the Rovereto Sud exit and follow signs to Folgaria. From Venice, take the A4 motorway towards Milan, then the A22 towards Brennero. Take the Rovereto Sud exit and follow signs to Folgaria.

Getting there by plane: The closest airport to Folgaria is Verona Airport, which is approximately 90 km away. From the airport, visitors can hire a car or take a bus or train to Rovereto, then take a bus to Folgaria. Alternatively, visitors can fly into Venice or Milan airports and follow the directions for getting there by car.