A resort in Bulgaria has been named the cheapest for families looking to book a ski holiday this winter. A survey carried out by Post Office Travel Money, in partnership with Crystal Ski Holidays, reports that a one-week break to Bansko in Bulgaria costs, on average, £1,530 for a family of four. This is almost £100 cheaper than the second cheapest resort, Bardonecchia in Italy, which claimed the top spot in the survey last year. Findings show that prices in the Eastern European resort have dropped by 0.3 per cent since last season, making the Bulgarian resort the cheapest out of 25 surveyed. Prices in its Italian rival and last year’s budget champion, Bardonecchia, rose by 9.8 per cent, with… Register for free to read this article, or log in to your Telegraph account Register Log in
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