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ALAIN W
3 ผลงาน
ก.พ. ค.ศ. 2022 • คู่รัก
The cheapest skiing you will get. Drinking and eating in bars and restaurants beats packed lunches in France. It does not have the finesse of some Alpine destinations but if you like sliding down a mountain then thats what you can do, cheaply. If you dont like the queues pay £5 to get to the top. Youll save that on your first pint.
เขียนเมื่อ 8 มีนาคม ค.ศ. 2022
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4goexploring
1 ผลงาน
ก.พ. ค.ศ. 2022 • ครอบครัว
I agree with other reviewers. The staff behaviour is appalling, it's like we are somehow bothering them with our presence. They're never helpful and you often get greeted with sighs. Also the pass situation is terrible, they are quick to take your money but you never get your money's worth! Avoid at all costs! You'd be better off going in the Alps! At least there you get what you pay for!!
เขียนเมื่อ 8 มีนาคม ค.ศ. 2022
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SvetlanaSergeevna
มอสโก, รัสเซีย12 ผลงาน
มี.ค. ค.ศ. 2022 • คู่รัก
Terrible staffs work. In the morning it is impossible to get on the lift. queue 2 hours. because the employees don’t monitor the number of people who got into the booth and then on the lifts. the cabin is designed for 8 people, at best 6 people go there, sometimes two people. with lifts on the slopes the same story. certainly! why monitor the seating of people when you can create such queues and charge people an additional fee for bypassing this two hour queue!
เขียนเมื่อ 3 มีนาคม ค.ศ. 2022
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Debbie G
1 ผลงาน
ก.พ. ค.ศ. 2022 • คู่รัก
Utter chaos at gondolas, huge queues even when you pay for vip pass, don’t waste you’re money on this, I was actually physically pushed out of the way by a staff member as I was in the wrong que!
staff extremely rude and unhelpful wherever you go including restaurants, very difficult as it was our first time skiing in 20 years and first time to bansko, certainly will be our last! couldn’t wait to get home. Need to work on their customer service skills and smiles and make it more user friendly.
เขียนเมื่อ 3 มีนาคม ค.ศ. 2022
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Mina K
เบลเกรด, เซอร์เบีย2 ผลงาน
ก.พ. ค.ศ. 2022
The place is just overcrowded. Millions of ski passes are being sold with no infrastructure to support it. Waiting in lines and spending time at the ski area in general feels more like surviving than holiday and fun. People (both tourists and hosts/staff) are rude, frustrated and physically violent (don't be surprised if you get pushed or elbowed in queue or while walking). The restaurants and sitting areas at the slopes are all tremendously icy so be careful not to fall and break your neck just by trying to walk.

Breakfasts in most hotels are at 7:30, which means you can not be in the queue for gondola before 8:15 when there is already 500 people in queue before you. Funny thing is that these people wait horrendously long too, because gondola starts working at 8:30, so basically there are no winners here. You can get a taxi or a van to the top of the mountain, but it gets pretty expensive if you do it every day for a week (10-50 leva per person).

There were no Covid-19 measures at all, nobody wears a mask, nobody is checking the tourists for EU certificates, no tests done. At all times you are packed with people in queues and you can hear them coughing and being sick, which was horrible as I didn't feel safe at all. Just as I feared - I got sick on 4th day of my holiday and I'm still in hotel bed with fever as I'm writing this. My ski pass, money for rented equipment, all went down the drain.

On my first day I booked 6 days of ski school with Ulen, which was a big mistake. They were all nice and smiling until I gave them my money. After that they did not care about me even for a bit - you might get the service you paid for, and you might not. Supposed meeting point with instructors and school is at the top stop of gondola station, not trivial to find if you are a complete beginner and don't have anyone by your side. I did not manage to find a supervisor on the first day at all. I went from one to another Ulen staff and nobody could give me any relevant information - who's my instructor, where should I go, etc. I was wandering around terrified and lost, and there was no supervisor on sight anywhere near the meeting point. Fortunately I've heard a Ulen girl shouting "Beginners with me!" so I followed that group hoping I can join them, which I'm not sure if it was a good or bad decision. The instructor wasn't very happy about it since I wasn't "officially" assigned to that group, but I guess she didn't care enough to help me further so she just told me to stay with them.

My instructor's name was Marina. Our group counted 25 (!!!) people aging 4-54 years. The classes were tedious and chaotic, most of the time I couldn't hear what she was saying because there were so many of us and the slopes are very noisy. In 2 hour class I effectively got max 10mins of practice, the rest was looking at and waiting for other group members to try something out. There was a lot of time wasted and I feel like I could've learned much more if the group was reasonably smaller.

I wouldn't say Marina was tedious, but she definitely wasn't the best instructor out there. She was telling us to smile all the time and that what we're doing is fun, but I honestly didn't feel it because we spent more time walking on our skis than actually skiing, we were very tired from that and kind of frustrated for the bad service we got. Her classes were supposed to be in English, but she knows only basic English words (if you have a specific problem or question she won't understand you or be able to help you, e.g. I had trouble controlling my skis on icy terrain, they were going backwards as I was facing uphill, I tried explaining that to her and asked for help, she looked very confused and ignored me lol). When we moved to the actual slope I was completely lost - I couldn't turn around in place, I kept falling down since the terrain was very icy and smooth, I was desperate and angry because Marina didn't help me at all - she just stood there looking at me while I was struggling to get up (and then fall down again). Whole group was waiting for me to get myself together, I was under pressure and already felt like giving up because I couldn't do it on my own, and my instructor apparently didn't think she should help me. Marina was also 15mins late on EVERY class, which was very frustrating since standing with all ski equipment on the meeting point is tiring and discouraging.

On day 3 I was late for my class at 10am because of the terrible gondola queues (I had an access to a fast queue with Ulen school but it wasn't much of a help since I arrived there at 8:30 and still didn't get into gondola until 10). When I got up there I couldn't find my group and I didn't join them, so that was the end of my lessons. I ended up skiing with my boyfriend and learning a thing or two from him.

I realized that Ulen school is more a frustrating and discouraging experience than lovely and positive as it should be, so I tried to cancel the rest of my classes and at least get a partial refund. The girl at the cash register was VERY rude, telling me that it is my fault that I didn't manage to learn properly, that it is what it is, that they won't give any money back, but that I have a right to ask for a private 2 hours class for what I have left (3 days of group lessons). I wasn't happy but I took up on that offer - which was practically a scam because that day and the day after when I tried scheduling that private class they didn't have any free instructors. All in all they are one disorganized bunch that only cares about taking your money. A lot of their instructors bother you terribly during their pauses offering you private classes for 100 leva 1hr, which is horribly expensive compared to private class prices at the official schools, and also treacherous because they are doing it without knowledge of their superiors.

On the mid of my day 4 (after failing to schedule that private class I had a right to) I got sick, probably covid, I had terrible fever and cough, so I got down in Bansko and spent the rest of my time here in bed.

Another thing worth mentioning is that slopes feel like a wild west - people are moving absolutely erratically, experienced maniacs are kamikaze skiing on the ski road and beginner slopes. My heart almost stopped every time someone literally flew 5mm next to me - which was happening a lot. The amount of accidents happened was gruesome - fast skiing maniacs crushing everything before them.

Make sure you know the emergency number that you should call when you get hurt, or get some sort of insurance - if you get stuck on slopes hurt and without some money on you nobody will help you get down. There are some people that earn on other people's trouble - they approach you and ask for 50 leva to bring you down to Bansko. If you don't have that money, good luck not staying mid slope all day, terrified, freezing and weeping in pain.

That was a lot of time, money and nerves wasted, and I will never even think of visiting this horrendous ski resort, or Bulgaria in winter in general.
เขียนเมื่อ 26 กุมภาพันธ์ ค.ศ. 2022
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Gabriel
Bacau County, โรมาเนีย33 ผลงาน
ก.พ. ค.ศ. 2022 • เพื่อนๆ
The shadow of what was once long ago, a ski resort ...
Unjustifiably high prices for a day of skiing, approximately 50€ in the conditions in which the gondola is in a queue that reaches up to "Bansko Mall-ALDO Supermarket, the waiting time exceeding 2 hours.
The transport by minibuses is charged, starting from 8 levs per person those provided by the town hall and continuing with 10-15 levs per person the private ones. Taxis charge 40 levs up to 1600, and if you're lucky, find a clean one with a sensible taxi driver (very rare).
No investment has been made in recent years, the infrastructure is cumbersome, the parts are poorly arranged, after 12 o'clock, most of them being impassable or dangerous.
Gondola operators barely understand English and are very irascible when you present them with a problem. exaggeratedly high price levels. For example, a portion of 1/2 chicken roast with potatoes is 30€.
It was a favorite ski resort in terms of value for money, but it's the last time we come here. Disappointing!
เขียนเมื่อ 23 กุมภาพันธ์ ค.ศ. 2022
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alvin f
Mellor, UK164 ผลงาน
ก.พ. ค.ศ. 2022
Great, small (by European standards) resort with a range of skiing available
Things to note
1. the 3 main blue pistes get very busy after lunch and quite 'chewed up' making them challenging for beginners
2. food and drinks on the mountain are cheaper than France or Italy but not as cheap as they once were - ecpect to pay 8lev for a coffee
3. once up in the mountains, the lifts are good and not too busy, however, the main gondola from the town has notoriosly long queues (over 2 hours some days!) It opens late, exasperating the delays - this seems to be a deliberate ploy to ensure good trade for the many locals who make a living by offering rides up to the ski area in taxis and minibusses (you pay 10 lev - less than £5 each and get an extra 2 hours on the slopes- just see it as a 'local tax', and remember that the lift passes are very reasonably priced.)
เขียนเมื่อ 21 กุมภาพันธ์ ค.ศ. 2022
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Andy
Riga, Latvia12 ผลงาน
ก.พ. ค.ศ. 2022 • ครอบครัว
Staff very rude everywhere, and people very angry and not polite. No basic English.
Overpriced for a service what you can get.
Average waiting time on Gondola 1hr. At the mornings - even longer.
Would not come again. Better to pay a bit more and go somewhere else, and to receive an adequate service.
เขียนเมื่อ 20 กุมภาพันธ์ ค.ศ. 2022
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ruthcarolineb
Hertford, UK4 ผลงาน
ก.พ. ค.ศ. 2022 • คู่รัก
Even if you get in queue for cable car at 7.30 am don’t expect to make it to a lesson at 9. The lift opens at 8.15 but from 7.30 am place in queue you don’t get on it till 9.30. There are taxis for 10 lev a person but it it can’t get you to top as too many taxis to turn around.
Once up there the skiing is fab. Bansko full of great restaurants, the ski and pass hire , airport transfer no problem. BUT the queue to get to pistes means I will NOT come here again.
เขียนเมื่อ 15 กุมภาพันธ์ ค.ศ. 2022
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Insp C
Harrogate (เมืองฮาร์โรเกท), UK91 ผลงาน
ก.พ. ค.ศ. 2022 • เพื่อนๆ
OK, firstly the location. It was just over 2hrs private transfer from Sophia Airport ( 160km) which cost €90 for 4 pax each way .
The resort is just short of 1000m high so there was plenty of snow at resort level ( mid Feb).
Only 1 gondola up the mountain from Bansko which results in huge queues on a morning . We found the earlier (0830-0930) the queues took longer to clear due to ski schools taking priority. It is what it is, there is constant touting by local taxis to take you up to the top of the gondola for 10lev ( £4)pp which over a week would be costly for a family on top of lift pass.
Once up it was pretty easy to navigate and get out of the central bowl, best advice is to get the very top lifts which take you away from the ski schools . The pistes aren't brilliantly marked like the Alps, and you couldn't get a piste map for love or money- none in resort or on the mountain, so had to rely on large boards or on mobile phone.
The ski area isn't massive and can be done in a day if you wanted to, but a decent mix of red and blues which did lump up a bit as the day went on, supposed would do due to limited runs.
Mountain restaurants aren't as cheap as you expect in Bulgaria as they are all owned by same people/company so all charged same prices on the whole .
The ski roads back into town were fine for us, as we had fresh snow during week , so weren't too icy.
To summarise, you know what you are getting if you do your research , its a small ski area , so will encounter limited busy pistes at times. Long gondola queues in the mornings , for us it was fine and nice to get back to skiing with no covid restrictions getting there, during stay and getting back from UK .
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