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The real Italian job 

Dominated by the Matterhorn, Cervinia is one of the highest resorts in the Italian Alps at 2,000 metres and has a great snow record. The ski pass also takes in neighbouring Zermatt meaning there is a wealth of skiing on offer. In fact the skiing in Cervinia is brilliant for intermediates, but if you're planning on taking a mixed level group you'll find something for everyone, with advanced skiers heading over to the Swiss side and beginners making use of wide, sunny nursery slopes close to the resort.

Off the slopes, the après ski in Cervinia is convivial and vibrant – the resort benefits from the Italian love of life and friendly welcome. You won't have trouble sourcing great restaurants either with everything from great budget pizzerias to more high end cuisine at surprisingly reasonable prices. A corporate ski trip to Cervinia really does have it all, whatever your preferred activity.