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Great village with handy transport links to Bergamo (approx 1 hour), and one of the closest skiing areas to Milan. While there aren't the huge amount of bars and restaurants in the village that you might find in a larger ski resort, there are easily enough to satisfy most culinary needs for a 4-6 day stay. La Locanda di Miro on the main square was reasonably priced for a good selection of decent food, with the enormous pizzas and calzones great value. And with a litre carafe of nice house wine going for €10 you can be fed and watered for under €20. Also, The Roadhouse is a lively post dinner spot for drinks with friendly staff, good music and a dartboard and fusbal table for those looking for a bit of late night entertainment. The skiing area of Piani di Bobbio/Valtorta is accessed by gondola just 1km outside the village, with a free shuttle bus running at weekends. The Albergo Esposito is conveniently located in the village and provided our group of 4 with a lift to and from the gondola on the weekdays we skied. The ski area was a pleasant surprise with a selection of blue, red and black runs that were well groomed and of sufficient variety so as not to get boring in the 3 full days we skied. There were at least ten mountainside restaurants to stop off in for lunch or just to have a coffee and watch the world ski by. Finally, the breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains and valleys never failed to impress.
Very cosy hotel in the heart of the village.