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  • Date: 08 April 2005 Author: Capital Weekly, Boryana Bachvarova, 2-8 April 2005

    Bulgaria is now cheap ski vacation in the Far east of new Europe for the European tourists. The winter tourism that has just 15% of the revenue of the country in this section is now preparing to increase. After the success of Bansko, which had... more

  • Date: 18 February 2005 Author: Sofia news agency, 18 February 2005

    The foreign visitors to Bulgarian mountain resort of Pamporovo are to pay as much for the services as the Bulgarians do, starting from the next season. This was announced by Panteley Memtsov, secretary of "Pamporovo XXI century"... more

  • Date: 30 November 2004 Author: 15 Dec 2003

    The Municipality of Chepelare is working on a huge project for the development of ski-area 'Mechi Chal' near the town. That was announced by Todor Bozukov, the mayor on the opening of the new season 2002/2003 on 13 Dec 2002. The total... more

  • Date: 08 June 2004 Author: Standard Daily, 8 June 2004, by Vladimir Simeonov

    Interview with the mayor of Bansko Mr. Alexandar Kravarov 250,000 skiers and tourists visited the town of Bansko during the winter season, says Mr. Kravarov, the mayor of the town. He was one of the first to support the construction... more

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  • Date: 17 March 2004 Author: Photos and report by Mr. BulgariaSki

    All people of BulgariaSki.com went skiing in Bansko the weekend of 16 and 17 March 2002. The snow cover and ski conditions were great at that time! We had 2 days of sunshine and excellent skiing. It was a busy weekend of skiing, full of... more

  • Date: 18 February 2004 Author: Article by novinite.com, 18 February 2004

    Bulgaria is among the seven most favourite skiing destinations visited every year by British tourists, a research by SkiClub of Great Britain reveals. About one million British go overseas to ski every year, mainly in the French Alpes, where... more

  • Date: 15 February 2004 Author: novinite.com/Politics: 15 February 2004, Sunday

    New 80 km of ski tracks will gird on Bulgaria's highest Rila Mountain. The project provides for building a whole tourism complex Samokov-Borovetz-Beli Iskar expanding to the northern mountain slopes covered with new ski-track facilities. A... more

  • Date: 15 February 2004 Author: (Article by www.standartnews.com, 16.02.2004)

    The Bulgarian tracks will be registered as red, blue and green soon, envisage amendments to the Tourism Act, passed in second reading in the Parliamentary Tourism Committee. The tracks' categories will be effective in 6-month period after the... more

  • Date: 31 January 2004 Author: Article by Patrick Thorne;*(with excerpts), The Independent, 31 January 2004

    As the appeal of the Alps begins to melt, Patrick Thorne goes in search of the pistes with pizzazz; the places where the lifts are high, the runs are long and the powder is deep, deep, deep Is Eastern Europe a joke? Not all the resorts in... more