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Bormio Coronavirus Covid-19 Holidays 2020 to Lombardy Italy

Bormio Italy

Bormio is a town located in the Alps in northern Italy. It’s a very beautiful old medieval town surrounded by the amazing landscape of Stelvio National Park. You can find good ski slopes and thermal baths.

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The closest airports to Bormio are around 3 hours away:

Travel to Bormio by car

State Road 38 of the Stelvio.

Travel by bus to Bormio

The Gianolini company provides buses from Milan

The Perego automobile offers connections between Bormio and Tirano, Livigno, Santa Caterina di Valfurva and many other Valtellina towns.

What to do in Bormio

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    • The historic ones Bagni Vecchi or the modern ones either in Terme or in the luxury Bagni Nuovi or the free ones outdoor into a creek.
  • Outdoors activities.
    • Walking (in the forest or through the hundreds years historical buildings).
    • Hiking.
    • Trekking.
    • Skiing: alpine ski (worldwide known for the male FIS world cup downhill race), cross-country ski, ski touring.
    • Skating (local top worldwide athletes in short track ice skating competitions).
    • Mountain climbing (historically top mountain climbers, e.g. also members of the first and following K2 expeditions).
    • Biking (flat areas or uphill and downhill, mountain biking, downhill mountain biking).
    • Hunting mushrooms and blueberries.
    • Riding horses.
  • Enjoy local culture.
    • Eating local food and drinking local wines, liquors and water.
    • Shopping in the historical center.
    • Enjoying historical mountain art, architecture and handicraft.
    • Events.
    • Watching some Italian Basketball teams and soccer teams summer pre-season training.
  • Relaxing (slow down!).

Where to eat in Bormio

  • Bresaola
  • Pizzoccheri
  • Sciatt.
  • Polenta taragna
  • Formaggi e salumi locali (local cheese and cold cuts).
  • Porcini e finferli (porcini and finferli mushrooms).

Drink

  • Vini rossi locali della Valtellina (Local red wines from Valtellina Valley).
  • Amari locali (local after dinner liquors).
  • Local bottled water(a leader bottled water in Italy, water from a local glacier).

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Covid-19 Italy

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According to the Government in Italy, Italy has confirmed 384 new Covid-19 infections within Italy in the last 24 hours and furthermore 10 deaths have been reported throughout Italy. With the new deaths of 10, Italy now has a total of 248,803 Coronavirus/Covid-19 infections and the official death rate reported by the government of Italy is 14.1%. 35,181 died in Italy.

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