November 06, 2011

118th Argentine Polo Open Championship


Rodrigo Ribeiro de Andrade y Adolfo Cambiaso

Palermo is ready to greet the world's best polo !

At the Polo’s cathedral, a stadium located in Palermo's neighborhood in the City of Buenos Aires, polo players show their talent and skills.

On Saturday November 19, La Dolfina and Chapa Uno will be in charge to play the opening match of the 118th. Argentine Polo Open Championship, in Palermo, the world's most awaited polo competition. The day's second match will have La Aguada and Pilará playing on field #1.

There are over 3,000 Argentine polo players but every few of them are internationally famous and they belong to the most traditional families, such as Bautista, Horacio, Alberto and Eduardo Heguy; Juan Carlos Harriot, Alfredo Harriot, Adolfo Cambiasso, Enrique Alberdi, Juan A. Traill, Mariano Aguerre, Javier Novillo Astrada .

As usual, the Argentine Open in Palermo will showcase the world's best eight teams, up to 39 goals, broken down into two leagues. The final is due on Saturday December 10th.

Here is the fixture announced for the Argentine Open

Zone "A"

Adolfo Cambiaso (h) 10, David Stirling (h) 9, Pablo Mac Donough 10 y Juan Martín Nero 10. Total 39.

Javier Novillo Astrada 9, Eduardo Novillo Astrada (h) 9, Miguel Novillo Astrada 9 e Ignacio Novillo Astrada 9. Total 36.

Hilario Ulloa 9, Cristian Laprida (h) 8, Bautista Heguy 8 y Luke Tomlinson 8. Total 33.

Pablo Pieres 8, Guillermo Caset (h) 8, Rodrigo Ribeiro de Andrade 8 y Jaime García Huidobro 8. Total 32.

Zone "B"
Facundo Pieres 10, Nicolás Pieres 8, Gonzalo Pieres (h) 10 e Ignacio Heguy 9. Total 37

Agustín Merlos 9, Lucas Monteverde (h) 9, Sebastián Merlos 9 y Bartolomé Castagnola 9. Total 36.

Alberto Heguy (h) 8, Alejandro Novillo Astrada 8, Julio Arellano 9 y Eduardo Heguy 8. Total 33.

Frederick Mannix (h) 7, Francisco Bensadón 8, Mariano Aguerre 9 y Francisco de Narváez (h) 8. Total 32.

Location: Campo Argentino de Polo, Avenida del Libertador y Dorrego, Palermo.

Polo Paradise is open to visitors, but not only to watch it but also to learn it! Many Estancias and Polo Clubs offer activities for polo players or polo enthusiasts. Daily polo matches are held and polo or riding lessons can be tailored to ability. There are lovely ranches that also offer an outdoor infinity pool overlooking the polo fields, gorgeous rooms and delicious food. Contact us and we will find the best Polo program for you.

November 05, 2011

Carlos Cruz Diez " Color in Space and Time"


"Through color I experience a feeling of complete identification with space. I am totally free" Carlos Cruz Diez

This highly recommended museum is celebrating its 10th anniversary. And, in this occasion, it is the museum the one that is giving us a wonderful present: the exhibition of Carlos Cruz-Diez.: “El color en el espacio y en el tiempo” (Color in space and time).

Born in Caracas, he has lived and worked in Paris since 1960. He first emerged as an artist in the mid 1950s as part of the Kinetic Art Movement in Paris. His work has been dedicated to showing how color can be transformed into an autonomous event capable of invading space.

The incorporation of new series has continuosly evolved over the last five decades through the incorporation of new materials, supports, and assembling techniques, resulting in an extremely rich and arresting array of visual effects.

Chromo-Indiference Environment by Carlos Cruz Diez

Cruz-Diez ‘ works are in the permanent collections of institutions such as the Museum of Modern Art, New York, Tate Modern, London, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Wallraf-Richartz Museum, Cologne.

In Cruz Diez´s case, the label “kinetic” or “cinetico”, became the initial , generic branding that stuck, regardless of any other outstanding trait embedded in this work, such as color. And yet, it may be time to acknowledge that, to the extent that he did not participate in Le Mouvement – the influential 1995 show held at the Galerie Denise René in Paris, which is credited for having launched the Kinetic Art movement – such a marker is not only inaccurate but misleading. As the artist himself explains in the exhibition catalogue, while Kinetic art provided a starting point or an operational matrix upon which to ground his proposal, the notion of “movement” was never the single aim or raison d´etre of this unedited project to approach both painting and color in quite different terms.

This exhibition will be in Buenos Aires until March 2012.

You cannot miss this unforgettable experience!!!

Malba – Fundación Costantini

Avda. Figueroa Alcorta 3415 Buenos Aires, Argentina T +54 (11) 4808 6500 F +54 (11) 4808 6599

August 15, 2011

Upcoming Concerts in Buenos Aires


David Guetta in Buenos Aires 2011

Buenos Aires has a very rich cultural scene, with a lot to offer for everyone.
Argentina has unquestionably entered music idols routes for international tours. The country is scheduled to receive pop icons such as Britney Spears and Nick Jonas by the end of the year.

Fortunately, the proposals are varied: In October, the first big music event is the Personal Fest ( it opens with Lenny Kravitz, and it continues with The Strokes, Beady Eye, Sonic Youth, Damina Jr. Gonz Marley and Goldfrapp ). On Sunday, November 13th, Pearl Jam will perform at Estadio Unico de La Plata.

Among all of these events, there are certain ones that stand out for their prominence. Here is a list of the very best, internationally recognized events that you shouldn´t miss. I even recommend you work your vacation dates around these events if possible. They are definitely worth attending.

Roger Waters will perform at the River Plate Stadium on Wednesday, March 7th and on Friday, March 9th, 2012. Tickets ( from AR $ 180 to AR$ 2370 ).


September 17: Ricky Martin (Estadio River Plate)
September 18: Red Hot Chili Peppers (Estadio River Plate)
September 18: Judas Priest with Whitesnake (Estadio Racing Club de Avellaneda)
September 18: SUM 41 (Estadio Cubierto Malvinas Argentina)
September 27: Katy Perry (Estadio GEBA) – Pepsi Music
September 28: Snow Patrol, Primal Scream (Estadio GEBA) – Pepsi Music

October 1: Nick Jonas (Estadio GEBA)
October 2: Lenny Kravitz, Beto Cuevas (Personal Fest – Estadio GEBA)
October 2: Tears for Fears (Luna Park)
October 5: System of a Down (Estadio GEBA)
October 8: Guns & Roses (Estadio Único de La Plata)
October 14: Eric Clapton (River Plate)
October 22: Rod Stewart (Estadio Velez Sarfield) October 28: Aerosmith (Estadio Único de La Plata)

November 3-4: Beady Eye (Teatro Colegiales)
November 4: Ringo Starr (Luna Park)
November 4: The Strokes, Beady Eye, Goldfrapp, Broken Social Scene, White Lies, Toro y Moi (Personal Fest – Estadio GEBA)
November 4: Sonic Youth, Damian “Jr Gong” Marley, The Kills, La Mala Rodriguez, Francisca Valenzuela (Personal Fest – Estadio GEBA)
November 9: Hanson (Teatro Colegiales)
November 9: Megadeath (Estadio Cubierto Malvinas Argentina)
November 13: Pearl Jam (Estadio Único de La Plata)
November 20: Britney Spears (Estadio Único de La Plata)

March 7,9: Roger Waters (Estadio River Plate)

Lady Gaga (To be confirmed)

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Festival and Dance World Cup 2011


Tango lovers have two unavoidable appointments: the Buenos Aires Festival and Dance World Cup. Every August several neighbourhoods join to share their enthusiasm in concerts, dancing lessons, open interviews, open-air milongas, new interdisciplinary shows, exhibitions and proposals that bring the best of the porteño music to more than one thousand people.

Besides, the Dance World Cup gives the opportunity to watch local and international expert dancers who combine both talent and tradition.

It will showcase a variety of artistic products of small- and medium-sized commercial enterprises whose objects, fashion wear, releases revolve around the tango culture that Buenos Aires offers to the world as its trademark.

(Buenos Aires Tango Festival and Dance World Cup 2011 official website:

Concerts, Tango Shows, Parties, Dance Classes, Conferences and Milongas visit:
Tango Dance World Cup 2011

Tango is the symbol of Buenos Aires. Marginal when created, it became increasingly popular and is currently played in bars, tango dancing sites ( tanguerías ), theatres, tango shows, museums and historic sites in the city. Buenos Aires city is daily transformed in time to tango and new rhythms amazes in every corner.

Buenos Aires is also full of places to watch and learn how to dance tango. Every evening old ballrooms, cafes and clubs host milongas where beginners and pros from around the world dance counter-clockwise on the dance floor.

These tango clubs play both classic and modern songs: echoes of important singers such as Carlos Gardel, Anibal Troilo and Astor Piazzolla, meet with new contemporary styles, different voices and chords that freely express the same passion.

Tango sets the pulse of this cosmopolitan city.

Tango Tours
Buenos aires has several tango neighbourhoods because of their history, their songs, their souls. Boedo, with its literary tradition and historic cafes and pubs, is one of the most famous ones. It is precisely in this district, where the well-known porteño corner – San Juan and Boedo – is located, which was immortalized by the poet Homero Manzi in the lyrics of the tango “Sur”.

Enjoy Buenos Aires to the pace of the tango. Our experienced guides have designed a typical tango tour selecting the best entertainment shows, the typical milongas, shops (designer dresses, suits, hats and shoes from specialized shops) and cafes to breathe and experience Buenos Aires in a special way.

Contact us and we will guarantee different proposals for every day of the week.

July 15, 2011

Top Peruvian cuisine in Buenos Aires


Sipan opens in Palermo Hollywood

There has been an international boom in regards to Peruvian gastronomy. Over the past years, talking about Peruvian food has been something very common. At present there are over 70 Peruvian restaurants in Buenos Aires. These restaurants cover the entire market spectrum, from the most exclusive Palermo Hollywood to the eateries in Once and Abasto.

About Sipan

Since its opening in 2007, Sipan is one of the top names in Peruvian cuisine in Buenos Aires. In 2011 opened its second store in Palermo, inside the boutique hotel The Palermitano, adjacent to the restaurant Casa Cruz.

Discreet and elegant, offers a varied menu of drinks and dishes like ceviche, tiraditos, chalaquitas (a sort of Peruvian tapas), rolls and wok dishes, all carefully prepared and presented. Due to its high quality the Government of Peru named it as the best Peruvian restaurant in Argentina. But it has two key differences from its first location.

Firstly, being a cevichería, it offers a brief menu, which emphasizes on cold dishes as appetizers, Nikkei rolls, ceviche and tiraditos. Secondly, appearance is impeccable. A bar at the entrance, long sushi bar and lounge with open kitchen and lovely heated patio (with its own cocktail bar), with four living rooms for ten people each.

As for the decor, contrasts prevail: a wall bears a huge photograph of a Spondylus (oyster lucky red) and the other colourful posters of aesthetics bailantera (brought from Lima), announcing quartet music shows and tropical.

Handmade glass tableware spotless and very good service: more than 40 employees to serve a maximum of 98 people.

Seafood is at the heart of Peruvian cookery. It is from the Pacific that Peru's two greatest dishes come. These are ceviche (spelled ceviche or cebiche in Peru) and tiradito. The former is fresh, raw fish, often sole, cut into chunks and "cooked" in lime juice; the latter is fresh, completely raw sole or a native fish called corvina, thinly sliced and covered with one or more of Peru's innumerable sauces, many based in aji or another hot Peruvian pepper, rocoto.
For entrées, you can choose a "ship" to try different appetizers and rolls. The ceviche made of sole, the shells with parmesan cheese, the “empanadas” and especially the “aji de gallina with prawns”. Yummy!
Among the main courses, I highly recommend the Sipan tacu tacu with shrimps. The rice with Nikkei seafood, anticuchos and the sole “a lo macho” are fabulous. The portions are large ( good to share ).
The suggestion of the house is to request one entry per person and share a main dish.

The best tasting dessert in Sipan is “degustación de suspiros” (Sighs ).

As a bonus the restaurant has a pisco bar. Its cocktail menu offers a wide variety of aromatic sours ( with with ginger, passion fruit, coca leaves, etc ). Also you can choose an elegant Piscotini Dry (Martini with classic pisco), a real Piojito ( similar to mojito) and many more options. All served in sleek glasses.

The cost ranges from 100 to 130 pesos. The diversity that is felt and lived is so important, and besides that…it is delicious.

Important Tip! Porteños eat late, so you can arrive at just about any restaurant by 1 p.m. for lunch and 8:30 p.m. for dinner and be assured of a table without a wait. Virtually all restaurants that specialize in fresh seafood -- cevicherias -- are open only for lunch, usually between noon and 4 pm.

July 09, 2011

A New Museum in Buenos Aires


Today I visited the “Bicentennial museum in Buenos Aires". This museum opened on May 24, 2011. It is located where the fortress of Buenos Aires (1580) and the old customs house (aduana Taylor, 1855) used to be. That is, right behind the “pink house”, our Presidential Palace.

We are speaking about a building that was refurbished and recuperated, not only from the architectural point of view but, also, from an archaeological one. It is possible to walk among the old walls and arcades that, in the old times, used to house the customs.

You can trace two hundred years of argentine history, from the revolution against spain in 1810 to the present administration of Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner, our current president.

To my surprise, I discovered excellent paintings by very well-known painters, like, Luis Felipe Noe, Octavio Fioravanti, Aberto Schwartz, Luis Benedit, among others.

There is a huge painting of Juan Domingo Peron and Eva Duarte painted by Numa Ayrinhac (a French-Argentinian painter). All the paintings belong to the presidential collection

There is a special place dedicated to the refurbished mural of David Alfaro Siqueiros, called “Ejercicio Plastico”. Siqueiros, an active communist, Siqueiros (1896-1974) was a strong advocate of public art. He, Diego Rivera and Miguel Clemente Orozco were among Mexico's most famous muralists.

Moreover, being you in Buenos Aires, there is something you cannot miss “a very nice café” to enjoy lunch or a good expresso.

The museum opens from Tuesday to Sunday, from 10 am to 6 pm. Admission free. Bear in mind that all explanations are in Spanish and there are no English or French translations. If you want to learn more and visit this hidden gem , contact us, ideas turisticas, the best private tours in Buenos Aires.

I am looking forward to seeing you in our beautiful city, Ana Lia Cecchino.

June 30, 2011

Agenda July 2011

This Month in Buenos Aires

Ricardo MontanerJuly 15 & 16

One of the Latin artists whose performances are always a hit in Argentina. This time, his show “Montaner at home” reviews the classics and presents his new songs.

Teatro Gran Rex
Corrientes Ave. 857


The Sleeping Beauty of the Woods
July 7th 8:30 pm

A new version of the second title of the three classic ballets of Piotr Ilych Tchaikovski ( Пётр Ильич Чайковский ) The magic of Perrault´s immortal story, which also cincludes most of the lovely characters of this tales, is displayed in this fascinating performance.

The Colon Theatre (Opera House), a masterpiece of architecture with superb acoustics, is the setting where the Ballet will be held. An extraordinary opportunity to enjoy in Buenos Aires this month in Buenos Aires.

Colon Theatre 628 Cerrito Street.
Ph:+5411 4378 7100

Pierrick Sorin
Until July 24th

Modern Art Museum of Buenos Aires ( MAMBA )
350 San Juan Ave.

The most emblematic works of this French artist are on display at the Modern Art Museum of Buenos Aires. Pierrick Sorin is a video maker, born in Nantes in 1960, he directs short films and visual devices on which he reflects –habitually with an ironic tone – about the human existence and the artistic activity. Interested in movies, he is usually the only actor of the stories that He creates.

Patria Petrona by Alfredo Rodriguez AriasFundación Proa1919 Pedro de Mendoza Ave.

A tribute to the classic Argentine cooker Doña Petrona ( She is the Julia Child of Argentina: her recipes book has been edited 102 times already ). At the Proa Café, the exhibition evokes the cooker through ten classic real-size cake replicas made of porcelain. This is a project of actor and director Alfredo Rodriguez Arias, with the collaboration of artist Juan Stopani and setting by Palo Ramirez.

LA RURAL Exhibition of Livestock, Agriculture and International Industry
From: July 14th to July 26th

A wide and varied commercial offer that shares the exhibition space with an important livestock exhibition and the Regions and Agri-food Show, area dedicated to the regional products and specialities of Argentina.

This year, among various alternatives, La Rural will present the awards CITA (Innovation in agricultural technology), an award of international significance that recognizes companies committed to research and development contributing to increase productivity and innovation in agribusiness.

Every day from 9 am to 8 pm.
Access from: 2704 Sarmiento Avenue.
Parking: La Rural provides an underground parking in Av. Sarmiento 2704 and Av. Cerviño 4444.

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June 28, 2011

Patagonia: Where to find Penguins and Whales


When to go

Argentina is so big that each region has its own climate. This means that there is always somewhere to go, whatever the time of year. Summer is from December to March, Spring from September to November, Autumn from March to May and Winter from June to August.

Generally speaking, the best time to visit Patagonia is from October to April, or between June and September for skiing. If you are interested in fauna watching, you should not miss the largest Magellan Penguin Colony of Patagonia which is located in Punta Tombo.

Punta Tombo: The most important Magellan Penguin Colony in Patagonia.
Almost a million of penguins arrive at this every year in order to breed. The first penguins arrive in September and stay here up to mid March but the best season to see them is after November, once the babies are born.

One of the greatest features of this Reservation is the fact that you can literally walk among the penguins, follow them and learn their habits, see how they feed their babies, the rites of pairing, the fights for the defense of their territories, how they build their nests, and the restless walks they take to and from the sea. In other words, you can closely watch these tender little animals like you never imagined you could...

There is one requisite: even if you are inches away from a penguin, you must never touch or bother it. You must not forget (not even for a moment) that you are inside a fauna reservation, a special place devoted to preserve this species and its natural habitat. Besides, although penguins are harmless and they are not aggressive at all, if they feel threatened they will defend themselves with their strong, sharp beak.

This fauna reservation was created in 1979, by means of a decree of the Chubut Province, with the purpose of protecting one of the sites with the most diverse fauna within Argentina, and the greatest continental Magellan Penguins colony.

General Features
Punta Tombo is surrounded by the typical lonesome and arid landscapes of the Patagonia Plateau. But its emptiness is just an illusion; if you learn to observe in detail, you will discover all the life wealth hidden in its bushes and under the endless looking sky. Of course, there are also lambs (typical Patagonian livestock), as well as guanacos and choiques (ostriches), maras (Patagonian hares), foxes, and martinetas.

Once you start getting closer to the coast, you will be surprised by a hectic fauna activity. This rocky territory hosts a great quantity of sea birds: southern seagulls, skúas, royal and black necked cormorants, Antarctic pigeons and petrels. Also, these coasts are frequently visited by sea lions as well as the southern whales, dolphins and orcas.

Whale-watching season
Península Valdés, Patagonia

From July to December, Southern Right whales can be seen from the coast of the Valdés Peninsula and Puerto Madryn. They migrate to the peninsula every year to mate.

The cities of Puerto Madryn, Trelew, Rawson and the little village of Puerto Pirámides, (this one in the Peninsula de Valdés), are the entrance to the extraordinary world of the Southern Whale and the Commerson's Dolphins. Every year they come to the coast of Patagonia to accomplish their eternal rite of mating.

An excursion of sea fauna watching
The watching is done from Pirámides and there are six companies authorized in the Province for this. They take the necessary care not to produce environmental impact and not to alter the whales' behaviour.
The trip starts going along the coast in both directions and then getting one or two miles into the sea, to get in touch with the whales.

The first stop is generally at La Lobería (sea lion colony) which is perpendicular to Puerto Pirámides and has got 2000 specimens.

The sailing along the coast lets also watch many cormorant colonies. They build their nests against the cliff and there they breed and raise their babies. You can also see other specimens of the coast bird fauna.

Then the ship gets far from the coast, the engine is stopped and for a moment there is plain silence interrupted only by the sounds of penguins, seagulls, gulls and cormorants. It's the moment of waiting… somebody watches a group of birds at the distance. The ship gets closer and suddenly, when the whole group is attentive, something silver and white jumps next to the ship, and the strong sound of a body splashing the sea is heard.

Let us help you plan a perfect trip to the Puerto Madryn area. All the essential info about lodging, transportation, climate and much more will be provided by our experienced travel agents.

June 27, 2011

Patagonia Argentina


Ski season in Patagonia
June 15 to September 30

When the snow comes, skiing in Argentina becomes irresistible. Argentina´s nine ski resorts operate between June and September, offering a wide range of ski, snowboard and mountain activities.

Behind San Martín de los Andes stands Mount Chapelco, one of the most enchanting in the country to practice ski.

Reaching almost two thousand meters of height, Mount Chapelco is ideal for skiers. It has become famous in the most remote sites on the planet. Visitors from all over the world come along year after year to ski on its trails.

With over twenty trails of diverse degrees of difficulty, Chapelco features a fascinating view of Lake Lácar. The silence of the lenga forests and the imposing presence of the Lanín make this site unique.

It has first-class infrastructure and 140 skiable hectares. Mount Chapelco presents all the variables to practice downhill and cross-country skiing, as well as ski touring. Likewise, snowboarders show off their skills at the half pipe, parallel slalom, big air and fun park inside the snowpark located at the end of the Graeff chairlift, on platform 1,700.

Season: Mid June to mid October, divided into low, intermediate and high.

Activities: Downhill and cross-country ski, ski touring, off-piste, snowboarding, snowmobiling, sleds pulled by Siberian dogs and snowshoeing.

Services: First-class restaurants, lockers, apparel stores and gift shops, photo development, medical assistance at the base of the mountain, pay phones and Internet access at the base and at the 1,600 platform, ski rental, spacious parking lot, information center, daycare, shuttles.

Cerro Catedral
San Carlos de Bariloche

Speaking about San Carlos de Bariloche means speaking about Cerro Catedral, which stands for “Mount Cathedral” in Spanish due to the resemblance of its summits to the towers of a medieval temple. Its majesty is well-known by skiers from all round the world.

Cerro Catedral, lying just 20 kilometers from the City of Bariloche, opens its gates with the first snowfalls for visitors eager to experience the adventure promised by ski and winter sports.

Reaching 1,030 meters above sea level, Mount Catedral seems to have the intention to join the ground and the sky.

A pioneer in South America, today it is the most complete ski resort in the country and it continues updating its facilities in order to offer visitors the most advanced infrastructure.

With options for all ski disciplines, including off-piste, are available, those who practice freestyle and snowboarding will also enjoy an area specially designed with bumps and rails to show off their abilities.

Catedral has been the stage for the most important international competitions and snow festivals for years. The downhill torch parade, a night show that is gaining more and more fans, stands out. Lift updating programs are constant and specially thought to improve the resort’s total lift capacity and quality.Catedral also has a cutting-edge snow-making system which creates real flakes that cover a skiable surface of about 10 hectares.

Visitors just need to come along. In mythical San Carlos de Bariloche, Cerro Catedral has everything to please skiers and their families. Snow is guaranteed.

Season: From June 18 to October 10, divided into high, low and mid season.
Timetable: From 9am to 5pm.
Activities: Alpine, Nordic, randonée and off-piste skiing, snowboarding, sleds, paragliding, hiking, mountaineering, mountain biking.

Services: Refuges, first-class restaurants, lockers, garment and souvenir stores, photo development, medical service at the base, public phones and access to the Internet at the base and at the 1,600 station, ski rental, large parking space, information center, kids nursery, ski school, shopping mall, discos, transfers to the mountain, press room, quad vehicles and snow cats.

La Hoya

La Hoya ski resort is part of a landscape made up by forests and lakes very close to the City of Esquel. Its geographic location guarantees excellent snow from early June, which remains intact until mid October.

Reaching 2,050 meters of height, it offers 60 hectares of skiable soil with all kinds of trails prepared for all ski levels and variables. Cross-country and downhill ski, as well as snowboarding, find here the chance to satisfy beginners, advanced, experts and professionals alike.

Over a dozen lifts transport more than 4 thousand skiers an hour to the 24 trails ideal to be enjoyed by the entire family.

For all these reasons, Mount La Hoya has the perfect infrastructure and services for visitors to choose this ski resort as a winter destination.

How to Get There: 13 kilometers away from the City of Esquel, in northwestern Chubut. There are paved routes joining the resort with Bariloche, Trelew, Puerto Madryn, Neuquén or Buenos Aires, which lies 1,850 km from Esquel.

Season: From early June until mid October.
Climate: In the winter, temperatures range between -5º and 10º C.
Activities: Downhill and cross-country ski, ski touring and snowboarding.
Services: Gastronomy, ski and snowboarding school, snow garden, daycare and mini shopping center.

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