Not to be out done, Borovets provided its visitors with half price lift passes as well as free night skiing during their opening day celebrations.
Pamporovo has also officially opened its doors to the masses and hundreds of guests have already begun to enjoy all the excitement that Pamporovo has to offer which includes the resort's brand new “libraries” with over 200 books of various genres and in various languages, distributed among the busiest places in the resort.
Local media reports said that prices in the three resorts were largely similar to those of last year. Blagovesta Tomova, head of the union of owners in Borovets, said that the resort had not raised their prices this winter, even though their costs such as electricity had increased. Bansko also has 335 snow cannons ready to produce artificial snow, reports from the resort said. In Bansko, the price of a daily ski pass is the same as at the end of 2013.
Looks like things are only just beginning to heat up in Bulgaria this winter!