More than 27% of Arkhyz ATRC visitors called the high quality of the resorts ski slopes as the main reason to choose the holiday destination; tourists are attracted by the proximity of the resort to their place of residence and the optimal value for money of the services, 19% and 17% of ATRC visitors said.
It used to be that travelers flocked to London, Paris and Rome, while the great cities of Eastern Europe remained off the typical tourist’s itinerary. Things have changed, and now more visitors are heading to Eastern Europe than ever before.
Switzerland’s top holiday destination, Graubünden has ramped up further their digital marketing by launching a second Facebook page aimed at agent training.
Getting set for this ski season? For a great value Bulgaria’s Bansko is offering the best value to Brits who want a family ski vacation.
Club Med has just announced a new program that allows guests a trans-formative resort vacation experience. City Stops, includes flights, hotels, car service transfers and breakfast so holiday seekers can fully enjoy cities like Paris, Miami, Dubai, Istanbul, Singapore, New York, Shanghai, Bangkok or Hong Kong.
Romania ranks among the top world ski destinations according to Trivago, with ski resorts in Predeal reporting the cheapest prices Europe-wide for winter sports enthusiasts- £46 per night in a standard double room in January 2014. Predeal is only 15 minutes drive from Bușteni, where the Kalinderu ski slope opens today. Kalinderu is the first […]
Snowboarding is for all the thrill seekers out there. It gives you a rush that can’t be duplicated but some Ski resorts in the US and Europe have banned snowboarding all together so they can target more families. But there are still some amazing resorts that are specifically for snowboarding and have embraced the sport. For the perfect snowboarding experience you need a fast slope that offers you the best bumps and jumps.
News today from Slovenia’s Tourism Board reflects on initiatives there to broaden the alpine country’s tourism horizons, and a bit of the stress deep recession can cause. We received a press release telling of the so called 2nd Days of Slovenian Tourism that took place this week at the fabulous Radenci Spa (image below). A sort of gathering of travel experts, the meetings hint at the country’s staggering economic woes reflected not only in the news, but the effectiveness and methods to attract tourists.
News from CBS calls our attention to the fabulous and under-publicized Kotelnica Mountain of Poland. The village of Białka Tatrzańska there, once about as isolated and remote as any could imagine, now beckons skiers in search of fresh, white, powder and adrenaline. Even though the season is drawing to a close this year, it behooves the avid ski enthusiast to investigate this unsung Polish ski destination.