We are inviting our good friends on a comfortable and useful journey to Albena in Bulgaria from 13 to 20 July 2018.
The trip combines relaxation at the ocean and high-quality chess training with excellent Chess Club trainers.
One of the best features of the Summer Camp is communication between young peers, expanding language skills and a cultural exchange between young chess players from Ukraine, USA, Germany and England.
Child see that the modern world is open, training is international and knowledge is one of the greatest assets there is.
In this way they have an additional incentive for better school performance and gain motivation to develop themselves.
The hotel is the 3-star hotel Dobrudzha.
A large, green area is situated only 300 metres from a wide sandy beach. Accommodation in rooms with 2-3 persons with all comforts. Children can travel alone, or also on an accompanied basis.
8:00 – Time to get up;
8:30 – Breakfast;
9:00 – 10:00 – Beach;
11:00 – 13:00 – Chess training;
13:30 – Lunch;
14:30 – 16:30 – Games outside (football, volleyball, etc.), hikes, excusions;
17:00 – 18:30 – Chess tournament;
18:30 – Evening meal;
19:00 – 20:30 – Chess tournament (continuation);
20:30 – Small snack;
21:00 – Free time;
22:00 – Time for bed.
Because it is high season in Bulgaria, we request early booking.
Early bird booking with advance payment of EUR 100 per person until 13 March 2018: EUR 285 per child, EUR 350 for accompanying adult;
Later booking with an advance payment of EUR 100 per person EUR 315 per child, EUR 380 for accompanying adult.
As the Bulgarian hotel takes bookings only on the basis of advance payment, the entire price must be paid by 25 May 2018.
Travel and transfer are not included.
After the Chess Camp in Bulgaria there is the option to continue the chess training with the Merited Coach of Ukraine, International Master Roman Khaetsky and to take part in the largest global chess tournament in Pardubice (Czechia) between 21 and 29 July 2018. Information on this by request.
See our travel report on the last chess trip to Bulgarian.
For further information just call Katherina at +380509185838 or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.