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Meublé Rosalpina is located in a strategic position between Bormio and Livigno.

The first is a medieval center located at 1225 meters above sea level, already appreciated in ancient times for its natural riches. A visit to its historic center and its frescoed churches will introduce you to a piece of history of the “Magnificent Land“.

Visiting Bormio also means enjoying its thermal waters, which flow naturally hot.

Livigno, known as Little Tibet, is the ideal destination for shopping lovers.

Its central street is comparable to an open-air shopping center, with its succession of perfumeries, high-tech shops, clothing of the best brands, artisanship.

The many clubs animate the streets of the center with a worldly and party atmosphere.

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Meublé Rosalpina is located in a strategic position between Bormio and Livigno.

The first is a medieval center located at 1225 meters above sea level, already appreciated in ancient times for its natural riches. A visit to its historic center and its frescoed churches will introduce you to a piece of history of the “Magnificent Land“.

Visiting Bormio also means enjoying its thermal waters, which flow naturally hot.

Livigno, known as Little Tibet, is the ideal destination for shopping lovers.

Its central street is comparable to an open-air shopping center, with its succession of perfumeries, high-tech shops, clothing of the best brands, artisanship.

The many clubs animate the streets of the center with a worldly and party atmosphere.

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What to do in summer

Summer is the season of colors and sports in the great outdoors!

It’s the time to discover Stelvio National Park, the largest protected area in Italy and in the entire Alpine arc. It includes the entire Ortles-Cevedale mountain massif with its side valleys. 

Immersed in the park is the suggestive Val Fraele, a wide valley of glacial origin characterized by the presence of two large artificial basins (Cancano lakes).

To enjoy breathtaking views, you are spoiled for choice among the countless paths, mule tracks and paths of our valleys. To name a few: Val Viola, Val Verva, Val Alpisella, Vallaccia and, in the territory of nearby Valfurva, Val Zebrù and Valle dei Forni.

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What to do in summer

Summer is the season of colors and sports in the great outdoors!

It’s the time to discover Stelvio National Park, the largest protected area in Italy and in the entire Alpine arc. It includes the entire Ortles-Cevedale mountain massif with its side valleys. 

Immersed in the park is the suggestive Val Fraele, a wide valley of glacial origin characterized by the presence of two large artificial basins (Cancano lakes).

To enjoy breathtaking views, you are spoiled for choice among the countless paths, mule tracks and paths of our valleys. To name a few: Val Viola, Val Verva, Val Alpisella, Vallaccia and, in the territory of nearby Valfurva, Val Zebrù and Valle dei Forni.

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Villages and landscapes

Valtellina is full of villages and landscapes that are definitely worth a visit.

Between Bormio and Tirano is the town of Grosio, dominated by the Rock Engravings Park. Inside the park are the imposing remains of the Old Castle of S. Faustino (10th – 11th century) and the New Visconti Castle (1350 – 1375).

This site is of considerable historical and cultural interest.

In the town of Tirano there is the most important church of the province: the Marian sanctuary.

The landscape of the middle and lower Valtellina is characterized by the typical terraces for the cultivation of the vine, but also by historical, artistic, civil and religious buildings of considerable value and interest. The so-called “Via dei Terrazzamenti” is a 70 km long cycle-pedestrian path that connects Tirano to Morbegno.

Tirano is also the starting point of the famous Bernina Little Red Train, included in 2008 among the World Heritage Sites by UNESCO. The little train, crossing fairytale scenarios and going as far as Ospizio Bernina (2253 m), reaches the Swiss city of Saint-Moritz, pearl of the nearby Engadine.

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Villages and landscapes

Valtellina is full of villages and landscapes that are definitely worth a visit.

Between Bormio and Tirano is the town of Grosio, dominated by the Rock Engravings Park. Inside the park are the imposing remains of the Old Castle of S. Faustino (10th – 11th century) and the New Visconti Castle (1350 – 1375).

This site is of considerable historical and cultural interest.

In the town of Tirano there is the most important church of the province: the Marian sanctuary.

The landscape of the middle and lower Valtellina is characterized by the typical terraces for the cultivation of the vine, but also by historical, artistic, civil and religious buildings of considerable value and interest. The so-called “Via dei Terrazzamenti” is a 70 km long cycle-pedestrian path that connects Tirano to Morbegno.

Tirano is also the starting point of the famous Bernina Little Red Train, included in 2008 among the World Heritage Sites by UNESCO. The little train, crossing fairytale scenarios and going as far as Ospizio Bernina (2253 m), reaches the Swiss city of Saint-Moritz, pearl of the nearby Engadine.

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What to do in winter

There is no winter sport that cannot be practiced in Alta Valtellina!

Downhill skiing, of course, reigns supreme with 220 km of perfectly snow-covered slopes in a splendid natural setting, but obviously also cross-country skiing, practicable on 95 km of slopes, ski mountaineering, biathlon, skating, snowshoeing, fat biking, excursions with quads or snowmobiles.

Absolutely to try the brand new family bob, the first bob on rails in Lombardy, an exciting attraction for the whole family!

For an unforgettable experience, the Husky Village Italian Sleddog Center awaits you in Arnoga to experience the thrill of driving a sled pulled by a pack of dogs.

And after the adrenaline of winter sports, there is nothing better than relaxing in one of the three SPAs in Bormio.

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What to do in winter

There is no winter sport that cannot be practiced in Alta Valtellina!

Downhill skiing, of course, reigns supreme with 220 km of perfectly snow-covered slopes in a splendid natural setting, but obviously also cross-country skiing, practicable on 95 km of slopes, ski mountaineering, biathlon, skating, snowshoeing, fat biking, excursions with quads or snowmobiles.

Absolutely to try the brand new family bob, the first bob on rails in Lombardy, an exciting attraction for the whole family!

For an unforgettable experience, the Husky Village Italian Sleddog Center awaits you in Arnoga to experience the thrill of driving a sled pulled by a pack of dogs.

And after the adrenaline of winter sports, there is nothing better than relaxing in one of the three SPAs in Bormio.