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Andorra la Vella is the capital of Andorra, in the Pyrenees mountains between France and Spain. It’s known as a duty-free retail hub, with shops lining Meritxell Avenue. The 12th-century Sant Esteve church has baroque altarpieces. Former parliamentary seat Casa de la Vall, dating to 1580, features 16th- and 17th-century murals. The nearby area of Vallnord has resorts with trails for winter sports, plus a bike park.
Davos is an alpine town in the canton of Graubünden, Switzerland. Davos is located on the Landwasser River in the Rethian Alps, between Plessur and the Albula Range at 1560 m above sea level. The resort village consists of two parts: Davos Dorf to the northeast towards Klosters and further along Prättigau to Landquart and Davos Platz to the southwest, which opens into the river valley.
Livigno is a city in a specially managed area in the province of Sondrio, located in the Italian Alps, near the Swiss border. Until the 1970s, Livigno was a peasant village. However, everything has changed in recent decades, and today Livigno has a better economic situation and a larger population. Livigno's economy is based on both winter and summer tourism and its duty-free status, where goods are sold at good prices.
Bormio is a popular winter sports resort. In the Lombardy Alpine region in northern Italy. Bormio is located in the north-east of the Lombardy region on the Valtellina Peak, a wide glacial valley formed by the River Adda, which flows into Lake Como. Bormio is set in the Stelvio National Park, where you can enjoy exciting excursions or sports activities even in summer.