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How to Find the Best Bormio Hotels with Venere

Bormio, situated in the Alps, is an attractive vacation destination all year round. Whether you are planning a skiing trip during the winter or a peaceful getaway in the summer, Venere can assist you with finding the best Bormio hotels to suit your requirements. Take a look at our online interactive map where you can see the location of each hotel. If you require particular amenities, such as a hotel with business meeting facilities, an onsite restaurant, or laundry services, read through the descriptive texts to find out what is available. Whether you are looking for luxury accommodation or a cheap holiday rental, we have hotels to suit your budget. Browse through the accompanying hotel photographs as these can provide a glimpse of what to expect, and whether the ambiance is right for you. There are also reviews provided by previous guests so you can book with confidence.

What's Bormio Like?

Bormio is a small town situated in the Province of Lombardy in northern Italy. Its location at the base of the Stelvio Pass makes this a popular skiing destination, while its stunning natural beauty has earned it the name Magnificent Land. While staying at one of the Venere Bormio hotels during the winter season, you can spend memorable moments on the snow-covered slopes. In the summer months, Bormio is an ideal vacation retreat with its picturesque Stelvio National Park. Top attractions throughout the year include the Bormio Spas, such as Bagni Vecchi Spa, and Bormio Terme. The town itself boasts a rich heritage, which is reflected in its ancient palaces, cobbled streets, towers, churches, fountains, and squares. From your hotel in Bormio, enjoy a walk to Via Roma street and view the 14th-century Romanesque Church of San Vitale, and the imposing Torre degli Alberti tower building.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Bormio

The etiquette and customs of Bormio may differ to what you are likely familiar with, so Venere can provide you with some useful tips. When greeting an Italian for the first time, it is usual to exchange a handshake. Remember to look the person in the eye, and smile casually. First impressions make a big difference! Take the time to dress in comfortable yet nice looking clothes, and try to maintain an air of self-confidence. Try to avoid making hand gestures when talking to an Italian, as these can be easily misinterpreted. If you happened to be invited to dinner at an Italian's house, take along a gift, such as chocolates or a fine bottle of wine.