We like to make sure you are fully equipt for the week by arming you with all destination specific particulars, including everything from weather and time zones to safety tips and other costs to expect during the week.
Customs and Immigration
Please visit VisaHQ to check what documents and visas you may need to enter the country. Remember to include the countries that you are travelling through to get to your final destination, if applicable.
Expect temperatures between 0°C and 11°C (32°F - 52°F).
In winter, the Austria is 1 hour ahead of GMT (GMT+1)
Once you have arrived at the hotel for check in, you will be required to pay a security deposit for your apartment. This is a total of €100 per apartment which can be paid via card. This is a refundable security deposit, therefore depending if no damages are caused during your stay, it will be refunded at the end of the week.
All The Ski Week events are extremely safe. However, as you will find yourselves in unfamiliar surroundings, we recommend that you follow some basic precautions. We’ll lay it out simple for you:
Lock your hotel room and lockers when you leave and store expensive possessions, travel documents, and extra cash in a hidden spot.
Stay with other TSW guests and staff whenever possible
Avoid parties and venues not on the itinerary or recommended by TSW
Walking home in the cold alone is not not a good idea. No one wants to leave a party alone, so buddy up some friends to accompany you home
Wear proper gear both on and off the mountains. Refer to our Essentials Packing List for the full list of everything you will need!
Onsite, The Ski Week has the means to contact authorities when necessary. In the event of an emergency, please find a crew member immediately.
The plugs primarily used in Austria have two round pins operates on a 230V supply voltage and 50Hz. If you are travelling from North America, the UK, Australia or South America; you may need an adaptor to fit the European electrical receptacles. You may also need a converter to change the voltage from from your country’s standard to 230 volts.
The local currency is Euro. Foreign currency isn’t accepted. Cash is king out there as not all venues, restaurants and rental shops will take card.
You will need to cover the tourist tax of €2,45 per person per night directly with the hotel upon check in.
You will have to cover your own food and drinks throughout the week. Expect to pay €10-15 for lunch, €20-30 for dinner and €5 for a beer. Transfer €80 and Ski/Snowboard rental is available under the ‘Extras’ tab on your booking profile.
Personal Travel Insurance
By booking with us, you are not covered by a personal travel insurance policy. It is your responsibility to have personal travel insurance for the duration of your trip and that it covers activities such as skiing. We highly recommend that all guests purchase such a policy. Safety first, folks.
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