This journey has no train lines, passengers can take the train to Belgrade, then take the bus of Lasta from Belgrade to Kopaonik.
Spindleruv Mlyn, Czech Republic
Nestled within the snow-capped mountains of Krkonoše – the highest mountain range in the Czech Republic, Spindleruv Mlyn is one of the four main resorts in the region.
From the kid-friendly slopes to the perfect white snow park and ski zone, Spindleruv Mlyn is a brilliant spot – and the stunning national park surrounding it is officially recognized by UNESCO as a site. biosphere storage.
Head down to the charming snow-covered village, after spending the day skiing, where you can smell the hot stew and hot pancakes in the air. For a different experience, the local Novosad brewery offers a special spa treatment – a tub of sparkling golden beer!
This journey does not have a train line, passengers can take the train to Prague, then take the bus of RegioJet from Prague to Spindleruv Mlyn.
As the venue for the 1984 Winter Olympics, Jahorina with its snow-capped peaks attracts skiers to experience the international standard winter sport. Proudly nestled among Bosnia’s highest Dinaric Alps, white snow slopes lie on a charming little town with traditional chalets and pine-covered hills inviting people to ski.
Very close to the capital Sarajevo, this Balkan destination is a great mix of skiing and short stays, not to mention it is increasingly favored by nature-lovers who come to walk and enjoy fresh mountain air.
This journey has no train lines, passengers can take the train to Sarajevo then take the bus from Sarajevo to Jahorina
Bialka Tatrzanska, Poland
Zakopane is Poland’s biggest and best-known resort, but if you want to ski cheaply and avoid the crowds, head to the picturesque little village of Bialka Tatrzanska.
The resort’s wide, gentle, tree-lined slopes are family-friendly and best for beginners and average to hone their skills. The night time is very quiet, but soaking in the local hot pools is a great way to relax and end the day.