In addition the region's accommodation providers offer special packages dedicated to lovers for Valentine's Day with romantic dinners in mountain restaurants, sleigh riders and spa treatments for him and her.
There are also plenty of special prices for families, with a lot of entertainment on the slopes, including at the Snow and Sun Park in San Vito di Cadore or at Nevelandia in Sappada.
For those looking for culture on their ski holidaythere are also numerous exhibitions and cultural events throughout, including "Una Montagna di Libri" ("a mountain of books") at Cortina d'Ampezzo.
On the slopes you are, as always, spoilt for choice. There's downhill skiing, Ski-mountaineering, cross country skiing and on the ice there's hockey, skating and more.
In Cortrina on the 5 and 6 February there's one of the most prestigious winter marathons of the international scene, staged for the 34th time. The first day, with classic technique, starts at Fiammes and finishes at Dobbiaco, the second day is freestyle with to race finishing in Cortina in the centre of town.
Then in Vicentino the 26-27 February there's the Marciabianca, an event that celebrates its 39th year and was one of the first big cross country ski races in Italy. This year the course is twice as long with a 25km classic technique race and a 50km freestyle contest, both on a single loop. These two races will be on the Sunday morning.
For food and wine fans the "Rassegna Enogastronomica d'Inverno a Tavola" ("Food and Wine Winter Exhibition on Table") runs through to March there will be the possibility to taste the products of the traditional cuisine of the mountains throughout the region. Each Friday a different restaurant offers the chance to discover and appreciate the peculiarities of Bellunese kitchen.
Finally, for star gazers, the upland of the Asiago region of seven communities houses the largest telescopes of the Italian Istituto Nazionale di Astrofisica (INAF) (National Institute of Astrophysics) in Italy, managed by the Astronomical Observatory of Padova in Asiago.
The Astronomical Observatory Pennar of Asiago is offering viewing to the visiting public. The aim is to show off the work of the astronomers, how telescopes work, which are today's top instruments and the most recent discoveries in the various sectors of astronomical research, from the exploration of our solar system to new solar systems.
Meetings are staged every first Saturday of the month with evening meetings and observation of the sky. Then every Tuesday there are special Lunar themed meetings with evenings of lunar examination and observation of our satellite.