Åre, Sweden set to host 2019 FIS Alpine World Ski Championships!

In 2019 Åre, Sweden, will host the 2019 FIS Alpine World Ski Championships where skiers from all over the world will compete for first place, and members of the Champions Club can watch the fierce competition from the world’s best athletes.

The town of Åre is well-known as being one of the greatest places to ski in Northern Europe. It has been a popular destination for tourists, drawing in locals and visitors alike to enjoy the tall mountains and sweeping slopes.

But underneath the ski town surface, Åre has much more to offer.

For the avid outdoorsman, an abundance of activities await. In the warmer months visitors can enjoy kayaking, hiking, climbing, biking. In the colder months, of course, Åre resort is the largest resort in Sweden with spectacular views and even better snow.

For the foodie, Åre boasts a variety of restaurants to choose from. You can try local Swedish and Scandinavian scene, or hit something a little more familiar and try a local pizza straight from the oven.

For the history buff, Åre boasts beautiful churches and fascinating museums where you can learn about the history and culture of the town. Åre Old Church was Åre’s first Christian church, and its oldest sections were built in the 12th century.

With sweeping mountains and splendid scenery, delicious restaurants, and captivating history, Åre has something for everyone. We hope you’ll join us as we explore the town and cheer on our athletes as they work hard to become the best.

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