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- May 20, 2007 » Latest Luxury Resort Development in Bulgaria
- May 13, 2007 » Bansko Opens Ice Rink As Part of Indoor Sport
- Nov. 24, 2006 » Bulgarian Ski Resort’s Keep It Pure!
- Nov. 16, 2006 » Method Snow School in Bansko Bulgaria
- Oct. 6, 2006 » Bulgaria Spending On Roads
- Sept. 11, 2006 » New Snowcat Operation at Borovets
- Aug. 17, 2006 » Bansko Plans Bigger Airport
- July 12, 2006 » Two New Quads For Bansko
- June 15, 2006 » Super Borovets Project Moves Forward
Until recently Bansko was not one of the best known ski areas in Bulgaria. But heavy investment right across the ski area and the resort have utterly transformed this small medieval town and its ski area in to a year-round, international destination resort. The combination of a lively, historic, architectural interesting and culturally rich ski resort with an exciting modern ski area, all within the spectacular beauty of the Pirin Mountain, with its untamed nature and recognition of being on UNESCO's List of World Heritage sites, is a rare and winning combination.
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Borovets is the oldest and the biggest mountain resort in Bulgaria, well known internationally, in part because of the excellent value it offers compared to other top resorts around the world. Virtually all of the major mass-market international tour operators are here. Borovets is also known as a good place to start skiing in a fun and unintimidating atmosphere, with a highly regarded ski school and without risking a huge spend on something you're not sure you're going to enjoy. The resort does, however, have some expert skiing and a specialist advanced-level ski school to help you make the most of it. Another selling point is the lively and varied nightlife, again fired on by the low prices and exuberant atmosphere.
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Pamporovo (sometimes known as Pamps to its friends) is a modern resort built within spectacular pine forests within the historic Rhodope Mountains area. The earliest resort development dates to the 1960s, but was completed with more style than most ski centres created around the world in that decade. The resort was partially privatised soon after the end of the Communist era in Bulgaria in the 1990s and a majority share holding in the profitable resort was sold by the government in 2000. The result today are refurbished hotels with a great range of facilities in each. Further improvements are planned in the coming years as Pamporovo receives more new investment in line with the expansion and upgrade of all leading resorts.
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