All Ski Destinations
Get me to the Alps are a specialist ski travel provider, sending thousands of customers skiing to the Alps each and every ski season. As well as boasting a fantastic array of accommodation, across the most popular ski resorts and villages across Europe, we also package everything from airport transfers, ski hire, lift passes and even lessons!
Below are some of the more surprising countries in which we operate and a little bit more about them (and why these ski resorts may cater more to your needs). Those looking for a party ski resort on a budget can head to Bulgaria, whilst those looking for a great value break could choose Andorra, whilst others looking for excellent value family-friendly resorts, can stick to some of the biggest French resorts, such as Val Thorens.
Andorra is a fantastic value country to head to, on your next ski holiday. Almost all of Andorra is geared towards winter tourism, so you can expect high-quality resorts, which have benefited from masses of investment. Ski holidays here are much cheaper than at other Alpine resorts, found in the likes of France and Austria, making it perfect for new skiers, as well as those looking for a budget holiday.
The low cost has also ensured that Andorra benefits from a lively nightlife scene, to be enjoyed as much or as little as you want, or can handle! All of the ski resorts in Andorra are linked, so there are plenty of pistes to enjoy.
A ski holiday in Bulgaria is an excellent option for skiers looking to combine world-class skiing, with excellent value. A trip to the ski resorts of Bulgaria comes in at a fraction of the cost of a stay at some of the other resorts across the Alps. Recently, a study showed that a Ski Holiday in Bulgaria, for a family, costs a staggering £3,500 less than a ski holiday in France!
Because Bulgaria provides a much cheaper way of skiing, it’s ideal for beginners who are unsure if the sport is for them, and as such, all of the resorts include excellent English speaking ski schools.
Accommodation across Bulgaria is all of a good standard, with the only real sacrifice being a smaller ski area than the Alps. This will have a much lesser impact on beginner and intermediate skiers as they will still have lots of pistes to learn on. Infrastructure across the resorts is continually improving, with up-to-date lifts being installed, and a growing, vibrant, restaurant and nightlife scene - combining excellent value with quality food.