This is our pick of the most reliable European resorts for a pre-Christmas break. In no particular order… 1. Val d’Isère/Tignes, France With slope heights ranging from 1850 to 2100 meters above sea level, Val d’Isère and Tignes have perpetually been rated as few of the best ski resorts in the Alps for an early break. Even if it hasn’t snowed, each resort has its own glacier, so some action is certainly guaranteed during this part of the year too.
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Every year, hundreds of thousands of tourists flock to Innsbruck Airport on their way to any number of ski destinations across the Alps. And every year at least 95% of all these plucky revellers get where they’re going with ease. Sadly however, there’s always that relatively small contingency of folk that end up wasting half of their holiday on the roads, rails or any combination of the two. And the real kicker is that they don’t have anyone to blame