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France named most expensive country in Europe for ski passes… but little-known German resorts can be 85% cheaper

For families planning a ski trip in Europe this Christmas, they are being urged to compare costs before they book.

Doing so could save a family of four as much as £328 on a week’s ski passes – simply by opting for Germany as opposed to France.

The latest research shows substantial savings in other countries, as well: €58.50 (£46) will buy a six-day pass for a child in Italy, but in France, the same child’s pass will run €200 (£159).

The latest research from leading travel money provider, International Currency Exchange (ICE), has also found that a family of four (two adults and two children) could wind up paying just €486 (£385) for six day ski passes in Germany.

A great deal, when compared to the €900 (£713) it would cost in France for the same time period.

This is a saving of €414 (£328) or 85 per cent.

Germany comes out on top for value within the Eurozone, while Pamporovo in Bulgaria, though outside the Eurozone, is the cheapest of all resort costs studied.

In Pamporovo, a six day ski pass will come in at just €114 (£90) – less than half the cost of a pass in France or Switzerland.

Koko Sarkari, chief operating officer of ICE said: ‘Ski pass costs are simply part and parcel of any skiing holiday but can make a big dent in the holiday budget.‘  

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to be urged

sürgetve lenni

ski pass

sí bérlet

to opt for

választani

research

kutatás

substantial

lényeges

to wind up

felhúzni / valahova jut, kiköt valahol

saving

megtakarítás

deal

üzlet, alku

Eurozone

Eurózóna

resort

üdülőhely

chief operating officer

üzemeltetési igazgató

part and parcel of

szerves része

budget

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