Skiing in Italy, Air/7 Nights, From $1,095
Hit the snow-covered Dolomites with this discounted package for a stay in Cortina d’Ampezzo.
The Real Deal Round-trip airfare to Venice on Alitalia Airlines; round-trip airport-resort transfer from Venice to Cortina d’Ampezzo; seven nights at Hotel Olimpia; and breakfast daily; from $1,095 per person—including all hotel taxes, service charges, airport taxes, and fuel surcharges.
When Mar. 19–Apr. 9, 2011.
Gateways Boston, Chicago, New York City; add $34 for Miami; $67 for L.A.; additional gateways available, but do not qualify for Alitalia’s negotiated low rates.
The Fine Print Based on double occupancy; single supplement is $120. Refer to the Cortina Italy Ski Special at the time of booking. Read these guidelines before you book any Real Deal.
Book By No deadline; based on availability. Must book at least 7 days prior to departure date.
Contact World on Skis, 866/678-5858, worldonskis.com.
Why It’s a Deal According to a recent search on Kayak, the lowest round-trip fare between Boston and Venice for travel in late March was $847, including taxes (Delta). Add $524 per person for seven nights at Hotel Olimpia, and your total for airfare, accommodations, and hotel taxes is $1,371 when booked independently. For $276 less, this package includes airfare, accommodations, daily breakfast, round-trip transfers between Venice and Cortina, and all taxes and fees.
More Add a six-day Dolomiti Superski pass, valid at Cortina and 34 surrounding ski resorts—including more than 700 miles of ski trails—for $287 per person. Additional hotel nights are not offered because extending your stay beyond the included seven nights would drastically increase the cost of the package.
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