Bansko - first place in the list of the cheapest ski resorts.
Bulgarian pearl of Bansko for the seventh consecutive year topped the list for the cheapest ski resort in Europe and North America. The survey covers 26 popular destinations for skiing. The package price Bansko provides for a six-day holiday, which includes lift pass, equipment, ski school, food and beverages is 271 pounds. Second in the prestigious ranking is a Slovenian resort of Kranjska Gora with a price for the same services - 338 pounds. After the fall of pounds as a result of Brexit price in the Slovenian resort has risen by 20 percent compared to last season. The package in Kranjska Gora does is 25% higher compared to one that offers Bansko.
Third place is held by skiing capital of Winter Olympic Games in Sestriere in 2006 with 355 pounds. Only fourth place is another Italian resort of Livigno, which since its inception has been free zone. The package of six days there was 364 pounds. Italians even boast that their prices are at the level of last year or even lower in order to attract more tourists from Britain. The state with the most ski resorts - Austria, Ellmau enter through the fifth position with a price of 403 pounds. The cheapest resort in North America Banff (Canada) where the package for six days is 702 pounds.
Meanwhile, the three most expensive ski destinations in Europe are in Switzerland. Zermatt is the leader with 875 pounds at Wengen - 736 and Saas Fee - 718 pounds. №1 by price in North America is Brenekriydzh, Colorado (USA) with 1134 pounds per week.