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Get More Winter For Your Wonga – The Ski Report Is Here

15 November 2016

Where’s the best value skiing this winter? With the recent plummeting of the pound, it’s harder than ever to find the best winter sports holiday deals. Luckily, Post Office Travel Money has crunched the numbers in their annual Ski Resort Report put together with Crystal Ski Holidays to help us all discover the best places […]

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Seven tips to get the best from Borovets

19 February 2016

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While Borovets may not have a reputation as the crème-de-la-crème of ski resorts, it’s certainly not to be discounted: a top-notch beginner resort, Borovets is fantastic value for money and provides simple and straightforward skiing essentials. All of that’s not to say you’ll be roughing it though – If indoor pools and spa centres are […]

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Our guide to Mountain drinks

19 February 2016

Continuing with our series on excellent après and nicely segued from our guide to mountain food, we’ve put together this list of intriguing national and regional beverages for your perusal. After what seems like weeks of festive drinking and Dry January, the last thing on most people’s minds is booze. With the season in full flow however, many […]

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The Ultimate Après-ski Resort in Europe – and it isn’t what you’re thinking.

9 February 2016

  Which is your Ultimate Après-ski Resort? St Anton? Val d’Isère? Ischgl? The title of Ultimate Après -ski Resort has been widely debated, but Crystal Ski Holidays are here to put the speculation to bed. Crystal have conducted research¹  to find out which ski resort has the most bars per square kilometre – thus crowning […]

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Borovets, Bulgaria – our National Treasures

12 October 2015

Working in the ski industry we have a lot of chats with people who describe some of the lesser-known resorts as hidden gems or national treasures. Hidden gems is pretty obvious, but what is a national treasure?  Stephen Fry? The Beatles? The Crown Jewels?  Obviously we looked to Google to translate for us:   Simply […]

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