Olympic Games

At this time it is quite easy to find cheap flights to Pisa, and perhaps deserves worth the visit some Roman ruins on the way to the tracks. Salt Lake City, United States.UU. 2002 Capital and largest city of the State of Utah, is located just South-East of the Great Salt Lake (Great Salt Lake). Prides itself on having one of more quality powder of the ski world, with an average of 13 meters thick snow them each winter. With four ski resorts of Alta, Brighton, Snowbird and Solitude, world class a few minutes from the international airport, Salt Lake is one of the first U.S. ski towns.UU.

Nagano, Japan 1998 Japan has quickly become one of the most attractive winter sports destinations. It is not surprising, because counts with more than 400 ski areas, large volumes of snow powder and fascinating cultural adventure, including the Buddhist temple Zenkoji, one of the most important in Japan and pilgrimage centre. The land of sumo and sushi has been host of the winter Olympic Games twice, and there are ski areas in the four main islands of Japan. But the best known are in Hokkaido, Nagano and Niigata. Lillehammer, Norway 1994 one of the oldest and most prestigious of Norway, Lillehammer, winter destinations is filled with opportunities for skiing and snowboarding. Given the high degree of concern for the environment of its citizens, the City Council and the Ministry of the environment determined that the Olympics should be an example of environmental policy. Nordseter and Sjusjoen have become two of the best destinations in cross-country skiing in the North of Europe, with approximately 350 kilometres of slopes prepared, including forests and mountain terrain. The wide variety of ski slopes at Hafjell (15 km from Lillehammer) make it a perfect place for descents, offering 40 kilometres of tracks and 15 ski lifts. Albertville, France 1992 in Albertville hosted the third Olympic Games held in France.