Flydubai is offering attractive fares to several ski destinations for a holiday filled with excitement and adventure. Whether you are a seasoned pro looking for new slopes to explore or a beginner ready to improve your skills, flydubai has plenty of options for passengers to explore with attractive starting fares from AED955 return from Dubai, the airline said.
Here are some great ski holidays across the flydubai network:-
– Yerevan, Armenia from AED955 (US$260) return: Armenia’s beautiful mountain landscape and nature make it a perfect ski destination. With plenty of snowfall, visitors can enjoy some fun winter activities including skiing in Tsaghkadzor and ice skating in Yerevan’s Winter Park.
– Bucharest, Romania, from AED1,305 (US$355) return: Sinaia is known as The Pearl of the Carpathians and it well and truly lives up its name. Located in the Prahova Valley in the Bucegi Mountains not only is this perfect for some downhill skiing, there’s also plenty to explore too. Most of Sinaia’s skiing takes place at altitude making it the most reliable destination for snow in the Prahova Valley.
– Tbilisi, Georgia, from AED1,525 (US$415) return: In Georgia, the sparkling Caucasus provides numerous slopes to ski down. The most bustling skiing destination in Georgia is Gudauri, which is a picturesque 2-hour drive from Tbilisi Airport. If you’re really looking to get your heart pumping, you can sign up for a heli-skiing adventure.
– Beirut, Lebanon, from AED1,560 (US$424) return: Lebanon’s incredible cuisine, diverse history and natural landscapes make it an attractive and inspiring destination. The capital Beirut is a thriving city with plenty of shopping outlets, restaurants and nightlife venues to keep you busy. During the winter months there are plenty of opportunities to go skiing, snowboarding or sledding in Faraya.
– Tirana, Albania, from AED1,975 (US$537) return: Albania offers visitors a wide range of heritage and cultural sights including several museums, castles and Unesco World Heritage sites. Its nature parks and mountains, rivers and lakes, and thermal waters attract visitors looking for outdoor activities and adventures. During the winter months, there are plenty of opportunities to go skiing and snowboarding.
– Salzburg, Austria, from AED1,970 (US$536) return: St Anton, located in one of Europe’s snowiest areas, is rated among the top five resorts in the Alps and is a three-hour train journey from Salzburg. Alongside challenging blue and red pistes, you’ll find nursery slopes and a children’s ski school, not to mention sleigh rides and tobogganing. As well as the 305km of pistes in St. Anton, there are plenty of non-ski activities for visitors looking to venture beyond the slopes.
– Krakow, Poland, from AED1,975 (US$537) return: The Tatra Mountains are a two-hour drive from Krakow and offer plenty of options for skiing and winter sports. After a day of skiing through beautiful forests and snow-covered peaks, head to the nearby village of Chochołów for a chance to relax in several indoor and outdoor thermal baths.
– Helsinki, Finland, from AED2,045 (US$556) return: Finland offers plenty of ski resorts that will satisfy winter spots enthusiasts of all levels. Other activities include exploring the forests on a snowmobile or sledding. Evenings can be spent staring up at the Northern Lights or enjoying a traditional sauna.
– Sarajevo, Bosnia & Herzegovina from AED2,305 (US$627) return: Tucked away in the south-east of Europe, Bosnia is known for its ancient monasteries, medieval bridges, quaint villages, freshwater lakes and the beautiful Dinaric Alps. On your arrival in Sarajevo, you will witness the beauty of the surrounding snow-clad slopes. A short taxi ride from the airport will take you up into the hills that are dotted with cozy ski lodges and inviting slopes. Jahorina is where you will find the most exciting and challenging snowboarding slopes, and with all the resorts located on the mountain there are more than enough options to stay.