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Children watch the World Ski Cup in Bansko for 1 lev

Only 1 lev or around 50 euro cents will cost to watch the Ski Alpine World Cup in Bansko for children under 12 years of age. They will, however, have to be mandatory with an escort. Adult passes cost 40 leva per day (approximately 20 Euro) from start-ups and 90 leva (approximately 45 Euro) for three-day races to be held on 22-24 February in the winter resort.

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The price of the tickets includes the use of the cableway between Bansko and Banderishka Polyana and the bus from the initial station of the cabin cable car to Banderishka Polyana and vice versa. Tickets naturally give the right to access to the viewing platform.

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