Bormio is located in the Lombardia region of Northern Italy, in the province of Sondrio, specifically in the Valtellina valley. The town is nestled in the Italian Alps, near the border of Switzerland, with an elevation of approximately 1225 meters (4019 feet) above sea level.


Bormio offers a delightful blend of natural beauty, cultural heritage, and warm Italian hospitality, making it an unforgettable destination for visitors from around the world. Whether you’re seeking relaxation, outdoor adventure or historical exploration, touring in Bormio promises to be a rewarding experience.

Bormio Town Centre has historic charm and a lively atmosphere and is lovely to explore on foot. Via Roma is Bormio’s main street and the bustling heart of the Town. Here you’ll find an array of shops, boutiques, cafes, and restaurants. Pop past Piazza Cavour, a vibrant square where locals and visitors gather to relax, socialize, and enjoy the atmosphere.


There are also several attractions and points worth visiting, such as Bormio’s Cathedral, built in the 11th Century, the iconic Tower of the Hours, which offers panoramic views of the Town and the Bormio Civic Museum. 


The “Terme di Bormio” is a thermal spa renowned for its healing waters. Relax and rejuvenate in the thermal baths, saunas, and wellness facilities, indulging in a tranquil and soothing experience.


Just a short walk from the Town Centre, you’ll discover San Vitale Park, which offers a peaceful retreat in nature. This green oasis provides walking trails, benches, and picnic areas, allowing visitors to unwind and enjoy the fresh mountain air.

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Bormio Tourist Office

Top 5 things to do in Bormio

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