Skiing In Italy?

The diversity of a country and precariousness of many cliches. Really weird: But if you think when skiing on the sunny Italy. In the land where the lemons bloom, you can not skiing yet! Far from! Because Italy is far Facettenreicher than you initially think. Already, the colors of the Italian flag symbolize the diversity of the country (green white red): Green is red for the blood which was shed in the wake of unification for the green of its levels, and white stands for the white peaks of the Alps. Even on Mount Etna in Sicily or on the Gran Sasso in Abruzzo, that is possible, what initially doesn’t seem possible: skiing. But above all the North of the country is a paradise of skiing: snow until far in the spring and then the whole Sun of the southern side of the Alps. “But not enough: who enthuses not the delicious cuisine of Italy views and the proverbial Dolce Vita” the peninsula? Exciting right there is where the cultures themselves mix and in the constant interplay of the advantages of a unite with those of others. South Tyrol is very special as a patch and the Vinschgau.

The border triangle of Austria Switzerland Italy (where the Vinschgau begins) can be viewed almost as a cradle of this constant voltage change: these opposites collide with each other there for the first time really, blend and create but also something new. However, the story is not always glorious for everyone, and much would be to clarify and explain. “But the present shows that the oppositions also produce unique and so the otherwise normal” is particularly interesting, different. Italy is so much more than just a culture, a language and a cliche of the “Sun, sea and Casanova”. And so is now: what can not be, first, is still possible. In Italy, so skiing and probably more (pleasant connect).