All Inclusive Summer Holidays 2018 - £550 per person (10 days) @ British Airways / Balkan holidays.
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All Inclusive Summer Holidays 2018 - £550 per person (10 days) @ British Airways / Balkan holidays.

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Found 12th Oct
Based on 2 adults and a child staying at Laguna Park Sunny Beach Bulgaria 25th July - 4th August.

This saves over £1000 from the Thomson holiday price on the same dates by booking it seperately.

BA flights from Heathrow = £119 each (Heathrow to Sofia)... Total £357

Car Hire in Sofia = £170 for 10 days

Hotel cost all inclusive = £1122 booked through Balkan Holidays hotel only (don't select package) - You can pay deposit and the rest a few weeks before travel.

Total price £1650.

This Hotel gets 4* on trip advisor

Yes this is flying to Sofia instead in Bourgas... Sofia being a 3.5 hour drive from the hotel however is saves about £400 in total (I expect that would be all you would need spending money whilst staying all inclusive).

You can book Ryanair flights from Stansted for slightly cheaper than the BA ones but let's face it at the moment it is probably safer to book BA.

15 Comments

Original Poster

I have done the drive from Sofia twice and it is such an easy drive.... one motorway all the way with plenty of places to stop along the way...

I simply cannot get it to this price. £2,700 for 2+2. Same dates. That's just the hotel BTW.

Original Poster

Just ran through it again with 2+2 and it's 1951 for hotel only.... are you clicking on hotel before getting the quote? Also are you doing 10 days? The price 1122 is for 2+1...

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Yes I can see what you have done there... that is for 2 weeks not 10 days.
Edited by: "sbfc" 12th Oct

Sorry, you are correct. This is 10 Days.
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Original Poster

Surprising how much 1 extra child bumps up the price... I guess it is because you are going from a twin to a family room.

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32240583-WMqrq.jpgTotal cost of 2+1 with Thomson so a saving of £1119 compared to the package price.

I am sorry but I had to vote cold. I know that compared to the prices here in the UK, £110 per night is a good deal, but compared to Bulgarian prices, this is extortion. I am from Bulgaria and my parent own a flat in Nessebar which is very close to Sunny Beach and we rent it out for about £20-£25(1 min away from the beach) a night and all hotels around us have rooms for about £20 per person per night.

P.S. Hotels tend to reduce their prices for stays in September while the temperatureas are still above 20 degrees.
P.S.S. Sunny Beach is not suitable for children...

Original Poster

Yes everywhere reduces their prices in September... When the schools go back

Great deal thank you

I was thinking about Bulgaria for next year. Why is Suuny Beach not good for children
Dayana922 h, 9 m ago

I am sorry but I had to vote cold. I know that compared to the prices here …I am sorry but I had to vote cold. I know that compared to the prices here in the UK, £110 per night is a good deal, but compared to Bulgarian prices, this is extortion. I am from Bulgaria and my parent own a flat in Nessebar which is very close to Sunny Beach and we rent it out for about £20-£25(1 min away from the beach) a night and all hotels around us have rooms for about £20 per person per night. P.S. Hotels tend to reduce their prices for stays in September while the temperatureas are still above 20 degrees.P.S.S. Sunny Beach is not suitable for children...

First of all I want to say that I don't want to put you off of visiting Bulgaria. it's a beautiful country with many big and small towns where you can go on a beach holiday. They all offer a mix of experiences. What I am saying is that in my personal opnion of a 25 year old person, Sunny Beach offers great bars and clubs(I have spent 4 summers in Sunny Beach), but when I have kids I will prefer to go somewhere else.

1) Sunny Beach is advertised as a place where you go to get drunk with cheap alcohol. Therefore more than half of the tourists who visit it are young people who do just that. All day and night you can see people who are drunk or have a hangover.
2) It's very noisy, so if you want a quiet evening you can only find it in your hotel.
3) On the plus side it has a water park, a small adventure park and nice beaches.

If you have kids, I would recomment staying in Nessebar which is 15 mins away of Sunny Beach by bus(a ticket costs about 50p to a £1). It's quieter and there is an old part of the town which is very beutiful for a walk. In this case you can still go and have fun in Sunny Beach whenever you want.

P.S. if you want to see what I mean, search for Sunny Beach on youtube. You might come accros a show by an english TV(might be the BBC) about Sunny beach.
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