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Price Go Up in Turkish Ski Resorts

Price Go Up in Turkish Ski Resorts
Price Go Up in Turkish Ski Resorts

The winter vacations have just come and many students together with their parents go on their winter vacations to many ski resorts, including the Turkish ones.

Due to this the prices for accommodation raised in number of times. I.e. the most popular Turkish resort Uludańü the hotels increased their prices up to 160 per cent during the winter holidays that are going to be from January, 25 to February, 10. In another ski resort Kartalkaya the prices have been increased from 40 to 130 per cent. However, it is also not all. In another Turkish ski resort in Bolu Mountains the prices went up even to 200 per cent.

As for the luxury resorts, whose prices are high, also have increased their prices for the hotels. However, the prices did not go up as much as they did in the low and middle class ski resorts.

The prices for ski chalets also rose. If in winter time in Uludańü they usually vary from YTL to YTL 125, then during this period of time they increased from 33 to 160 per cent.

So, it comes out that if you want to spend your holidays in ski resorts, one should take into account the fact that it is better to choose the time for your vacation when the ski resorts are not over-crowded. You gain twice then: from the one hand, the prices won’t be so high and from the other hand, there won’t be too many holiday-makers on the slopes.

Date: 21/01/2008

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