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Friday, March 8, 2013

Skiing in Bulgaria: Top Resorts to Book



While the ski industry continues to flourish in the likes of France, Italy and Switzerland, the concept of going further into Europe for a skiing holiday may leave some people a little bewildered. As a skier who is used to the resorts they book, it may be strange to consider somewhere other than what you’re used to as a resort for one of your future luxury ski holidays.

The problem is that the potential of the budget-friendly resorts that Bulgaria ski holidays offer will never be fully understood if more people don’t take the plunge and sample this eastern European luxury. This fabulous country rarely even finds its way onto the skiing map if not through someone who has experienced it, but it’s about time this changed.

The resorts that Bulgaria offers are slowly on the up over recent years, building their popularity with British skiers who may fancy something a little different for their next ski holiday. The less crowded slopes, value for money and quieter resorts are certainly appealing factors, after all.

If you’re interested in skiing in Bulgaria, read on to find out more about two of its fantastic resorts that you could choose from. Be sure that, wherever you decide on, you take a look into the English-speaking ski schools available to help you improve your confidence on the slopes.


Borovets

A fun resort that is ideal to learn the art of skiing, Borovets is set amid the forests of the Rila Mountains and provides some outstanding value ski packages without scrimping on quality.

Bansko

The largest ski area in the country, Bansko is a popular resort with all the mod-cons, including a top of the range lift system that will help you to reach the peaks.

As a fledgling competitor when it comes to British skiing resorts, Bulgaria can only become more popular in the future. If the rustic charm appeals, book your Bulgaria ski break, today.


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