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Named the most budget ski resorts in Europe

The Bulgarian ski resort of Borovets was named a budget destination in Europe for lovers of winter outdoor activities.

As The Sun writes, researchers from the British foreign exchange company Eurochange based their findings on factors such as the price of a lift ticket, accommodation prices, ski rental prices, and food and drink prices.

“Skiing can be a very expensive holiday, especially for families. However, some fantastic resorts offer surprisingly reasonable prices without sacrificing stunning views and fantastic pistes,” explained Laura Evans, head of digital and engagement at eurochange. Fisk.

However, she described Bulgaria’s Borovets as an underrated destination with incredibly low food and drink prices and a ski pass for a whole week for less than £150 (about US$190). Prices for one-day ski passes start from just £29 (about US$37) and ski hire is just £10 per day (less than US$13).

According to the study, accommodation in Borivka can be purchased from £52.45 per night (about US$67) during the winter season. However, Sun Online Travel also found rooms at a three-star hotel in Borivka for £39 per person per night (about US$50), provided two people share the same room.

Food and drinks in Borovka are also very cheap, with a pint of beer only £1.17 (US$1.50) and a glass of wine £2.33 (US$2.95). A three-course dinner at the restaurant starts at £5.83 per person (about US$7.50).

Borovets was built in the 1890s and is the oldest winter resort in Bulgaria. The second largest resort in the country (after Bansko) is surrounded by an alpine forest and is highly rated as a good place for beginners. Borovets is a 90-minute drive from Sofia (the capital of Bulgaria).

Top 5 cheapest ski resorts in Europe

1. Borovets, Bulgaria.
2. Vogel, Slovenia.
3. Le Us, France.
4. Livigno, Italy.
5. Grindelwald, Switzerland.

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