Pamporovo

Snezhanka №10 virtual tour

Pamporovo

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Video tour of Snezhanka №10 ski slope in Pamporovo, Bulgaria
     
  • Lasse WP From Denmark
    Sent on 15 February 2015
    We just had a wonderful trip to Pamporovo. We were a group of 10 adults, and 3 small children (1 to 3 years old), who stayed at the Castle complex, in 4 apartments, for a week (7 days stay, 6 days skiing) Everything at the Castle was great, and the staff was very forthcoming and helpful in every way. The apartments were very practical, and equipped with all necessities. Not luxurious, but really good and adequate in size and layout. You should note though, that towels are not changed every day. Towels are not needed to bring to the spa area and treatments. The food at the Excalibur restaurant was typical for the area, and well prepared. The staff at the restaurant is also great. The Castle complex is situated 2-3 km. from Ski center 2 (Malina). It is of course easiest if you are driving, but there are shuttles from the hotel to the ski center and lift. Ski in-/out is possible at the backside of the complex. We had booked ski- and snowboard packages, and that worked out perfectly as well. The snowboard instructor was a true professional. Patient and very focused on making sure that all of us learned the moves, at our own individual pace. Everyone had a great time, and learned a lot. The area was perfect for us, as we are all beginners on snowboards. Had we been on skies, I suspect the terrain would not be challenging enough for an entire week. We can definitely recommend Pamporovo, and the Castle complex, and will be back next year.
  • kostisx From greece
    Sent on 18 January 2015
    Θαυμάσιο χιονοδρομικό κέντρο. Έρχομαι εδώ και 3 χρόνια κάθε χρόνο. Πολύ καλή σχολή σκι, πολύ περιποιημένες οι πίστες , οικονομικές τιμές, ανάλογες με την ευρωπαϊκή κρίση. Κατηφόρες για όλα τα γούστα και με πολλά λιφτ χωρίς πολλές πολλές ουρές. Δεν είναι εκείνο το κακό που γίνεται στο Μπάνσκο με την γόνδολα κάθε πρωϊ τις ατελείωτες ουρές και τις παρατημένες πίστες όλο πέτρα που καταστρέφεις τα σκι σου και κινδυνεύεις να τραυματιστείς. Το συνιστώ σε κάθε σκιέρ που θέλει να ευχαριστηθεί το χιόνι..
  • Our Nige From England
    Sent on 06 January 2015
    I'm going back to Pamporovo soon for the fifth time, what you have to remember with all ski resorts is that the weather is a gamble and you cannot guarantee good snow ! The first time I went there it was snow all the way from Sofia and so deep at the resort you had great skiing and more snow came almost nightly, the next time there was no snow in sight until you got up into the village and even then it was poor , however up the piste it was as good as they could get it with the help of snow cannons and although not all the slopes were open you had reasonable skiing on what was usable. Don't write-off a resort based on one poor season study the weather reports and see when the snow is at its best then try it again. Personally I have had some brilliant skiing at all the Bulgarian resorts and also poor snow at each too but with the effort put in by the slope dressers and the warmth of the locals you normally get a good time ! And its a lot cheaper than Austria !
  • Dobo From united kingdom
    Sent on 06 January 2015
    Fantastic views of Pampi, can,t wait to be back on the 17th
  • Jnet From UK
    Sent on 06 January 2014
    Just had a brilliant week's skiing (and walking) in Pamporovo - the sun shone every day, there was plenty of snow, the pistes were well groomed and, as always, the restaurants and staff were friendly and welcoming. If you've been before you'll know how great Pamporovo and Bulgaria are and if it's your first time you'll be pleasantly surprised! In our opinion - best hot chocolate - Panorama Terrace Bar at the mid station, THE best spit roast chicken - The Lodge at the top (get there early!), best wild mushroom soup - the little restaurant to the left of the six person ski lift at the top, best home cured ham - Ochko's at the top and best overall friendly welcome, hot wine and pizza - Brothers! (If you can make it down into Smolyan town for an evening, the prices are even cheaper and a huge meal at the Pamporovata Kushta, on the left half way down the main street, will only set you back around £6 a head including drinks.)
  • KC Johan From UK
    Sent on 29 November 2013
    Pamporovo looks good now:) I'll be there December 20th:)
  • sandy From greece
    Sent on 30 January 2013
    we staye in Pamporovo 2013 took our 3 kids to pamparovo and we loved it they went skiing for the 1st time the instructor we got for them was from the mirone ski school his name was Angelo and the guy who sorted the kids out for their boots and ski's was george they were great and really professional, the resort was great it snowed for 2 days solid, just a pity we had to come home, everything up there was amazing there is some where to eat or get a drink, our kids are only small, but the other piste's were really busy and just seeing the amount of people coming down was great, we had a great time the kids loved it i really can not say 1 bad thing about Pamporovo even Forest Nook where we stayed was amazing the chalet which belonged to a lady called Diane chalet 7 was beautiful will be going again next year no doubt ,
  • kaz From Ireland
    Sent on 29 January 2013
    here come the Irish on Sunday!
  • Lori From Belfast
    Sent on 28 January 2013
    Coming here on 3rd Feb 2013 for the 12th year in a row! cannot wait, would highly recommend Bulgaria to anyone!
  • jackie From united kingdom
    Sent on 06 January 2013
    been here for the last 4yrs that says it all. The staff are fab very friendly and ur made to feel like part of the family. Its just great xxxx and to help things along the food is lush. My birthday usually is whilst we are staying at markony and i always receive a lovely cake thats big enough to feed the whole of the hotel xx its wounderful. Thanku to everyone its a wounderful place to stay. lots of love jackie martin & sarah xx c u soon xx
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