Stay overnight in Livigno, experience a dream
Anyone who spends the night in Livigno, lives his dream: a dream of freedom in the unspoilt nature. Livigno is much more than a village. It is a 15-kilometre-long valley in the Rhaetian Alps at 1,816 metres above sea level. The first settlers were documented in 1080 when the small village was dependent in all respects on neighbouring Bormio. Staying and living in Livigno at that time meant first and foremost living with the dangers of the mountains, especially the avalanches that thundered down the valley year after year during the snowy winters, sealing the village off from the outside world. The people lived at that time from agriculture and the timber industry. From the wood of the forests and the stones of the mountains, the inhabitants built their simple houses, the so-called “Tea”, to spend the night in Livigno.