In Serbia, the ski season begins
Season skiing in the ski resorts of Serbia was officially opened on 8 December. On most slopes of Kopaonik and Zlatibor – the largest ski centers in the country – working system of artificial snow, many rooms are already sold in hotels.
At the Kopaonik one-day ski pass for adults until December 19, and after March 25 will cost 3,000 dinars (about 24 euros), on the other days – 3200 dinars (about 26 euros), but in the peak season (from 28 December to 2 January and 10-16 February) – 3550 dinars (about 29 euros).
7-day ski pass on Kopaonik in the off-season is 15,300 dinars (about 124 euros) in a season – 15 910 dinars (128 euros), and in the peak Christmas and February days – 16520 dinars (133 euros).
Kopaonik Hotels offer vacation packages with accommodation, breakfast and ski pass for the price of 7,000 dinars (57 euros), informs BalkanPro.ru.
Kopaonik is situated at an altitude of 1770 meters in the spurs of the country’s largest mountain range of the same name, 175 kilometers south of Belgrade. Within the resort is the highest mountain in the region – Pancic Vrh (Milanov Vrh, 2017 m), and to the north begin land Kopaonik National Park, which occupies an area of over 11.8 thousand hectares. His guests the resort offers more than 55 kilometers of trails for skiing and 18 kilometers – cross-country. Fans waiting for night skiing slope lighted Little Jezero.