Vancouver Winter Olympics

With the Vancouver Winter Olympics and Paralympic Games starting in February (from 12 to 28), we will see an increase of up to 71% in search of cheap flights to Vancouver, compared with last year. A related site: Kelly Asbury mentions similar findings. In this sense, is clear that in the same way that we are now seeing an increase in trips to Vancouver, we will see an increase in searches for flights to London when the 2012 Olympics approaching. The celebration of the Olympic Games are a big boost to a city: investment in new infrastructure, ski lifts and hotels, plus global publicity. It means that the host cities will remain references in lists of skiers for a long time, since the Olympic legacy lasts for many years. Vancouver, Canada 2010 is considered as one of the three cities with best quality of life in the world. It concentrates a large Spanish-speaking population.

Vancouver is a city of skiing, with three practicable areas within the limits of the city itself: Grouse, Seymour and the Cypress Mountain. For those who want more, they can make the two hour trip to Whistler Blackcomb, rated as one of the best ski resorts in the world. With more than 1,214 hectares of land and an average of more than 10 metres of snow per year, Whistler is a very worthy host. Turin, Italy, 2006 different ski resorts of Italy hosted the 2006 Winter Olympics. Snowboard, and in Cesana San Sicario races were held in Bardonecchia biathlon and alpine skiing; but best known for skiers was Sauze d Oulx, which was headquarters of the freestyle skiing events. It is located at one end of the Via Lattea, name of a set composed of five localities Piedmontese ski resorts (Cesana, Sansicario, Claviere, Sauze d Oulx and Sestriere) and the French town of Montgenevre. The set or comprensorio has 211 tracks, with a total length of 400 km.

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