Italians are renowned for staying up late, so you’re guaranteed a lively Cortina nightlife, but again, remember you’re at a resort popular with Italy’s elite, so expect city prices. You’ll find an array of Cortina nightlife options, from laid-back, chic wine bars to late-night dance clubs and discos that don’t get going until after 11 p.m. and stays lively until sunrise. Here are Ski.com’s picks for Cortina’s best nightlife options:
Après-ski starts especially early in Cortina, in fact don’t be surprised if you see sunbathers out on the many patios hours before the typical noon-hour. Many après-ski partiers don’t even ski; they take a bus up, since there’s many access roads. Others may just take a run or two. This is great news for those looking for less crowded slopes.
Much like everything else on a Cortina ski vacation most of the on-mountain restaurants and bars are quite pricey.Enoteca offers an encyclopedic wine list as well as great Italian nibbles like cheese and meat plates, and other tasty tapas. The Socrepes and Pocol ski areas offer some of the best bang for your buck Cortina après-ski experiences.
To learn more about the Cortina nightlife call, or chat with, one of Ski.com’s knowledgeable Mountain Vacation Specialists.