Cheapest ski destinations of 2016

Monday, January 25, 2016

Ski season is in full swing and we’ve got the coolest, fun intended, and cheapest ski resorts in and around Europe.

Spindleruv Mlyn, Czech Republic

The country’s main ski resort area is open for season up to five months a year. Located up to 1300 metres above sea level, Spindleruv Mlyn offers prime skiing conditions. Estimated cost of a week of skiing: Approx £135

Kékes, Hungary

As part of the country’s highest peak in the Mátra Hille, Kékes is an extremely scenic skiing region. Cost of a week of skiing: Approx £150

Bled, Slovenia

Only a short stroll from the centre of Bled, this region offers slopes for beginners as well as the more experienced. Cost of a week of skiing: Approx £200

Zakopane, Poland

Poland’s biggest ski resort is perfect for beginners and intermediates. A week-long ski trip will set you back by about £250.

Pamporovo, Bulgaria

This resort is located in the sunniest mountain region of the country and is considered on of the most popular ski regions in Southeastern Europe. One week of skiing will cost you approximately  £270