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Pranav Harish
Most of my accommodations include couchsurfing and staying with locals and other homestays which work out very cheap as opposed to staying in hotels and resorts. So spending a couple of wonderful days exploring this region and interacting with the locals it was time for me to move on the last leg of my trip to the Italian alps. I reached the skiing resorts of St. Christina and Wolkenstein located in the region of Val Gardena. I'm not into skiing so I ended up moving away from the hustle and bustle of the town and ventured into exploring the outskirts which was nearly empty making it so much better. of the People in the Italian alps speak Italian and also German (Austrian) due to its close proximity to Austria. The South Tyrol continues into Austria as North Tyrol. All these areas are well connected by trains and buses throughout the year making it convenient for traveling.