The capital of snow sports in Bulgaria
150k from Sofia is one of the main centers of winter tourism in Bulgaria and the Balkans. It is very popular destination among lovers of skiing and snowboarding. The 16 tracks and the 75 km of route are perfectly equipped and maintained, even illuminated for night skiers. There are also many international sporting events in the city that take place during the winter. The city not only offers good conditions to relax and ski, but also has museums, typical architecture in the old town and restaurant with typical regional cuisine. A variety of homemade food, meat dishes with a name like; banski starets (grandfather of Basko), chomlek and banska kurvavitsa. In the city you can visit the houses of Velian Sirleshtova, and Todeva that are samples of the architecture in the city.
Distance from Sofia: 145 km
Restaurants and experiences
How to get here
It is quite difficult get there. Rent a car or use the bus
On the nearest mountain, about 15 km away, is the oldest tree in Bulgaria (Baykushevata Mura). Nearby are also the cities of Razlog, Dobrinishte, the church “Saint Todor Tiron and Teodor Stratilat” which is under the auspices of UNESCO. For jazz lovers every year the International Jazz Festival is celebrated and you can also see the Bansko Opera Festival. The city is visited all year round and at any time you visit it you will not go wrong.
La ciudad no solamente ofrece unas buenas condiciones para relajarse y esquiar, sino que también tiene museos, arquitectura típica en el casco antiguo de la ciudad y restaurante con gastronomía típica de la región. Una variedad de comida casera, platos de carne con nombre como; banski starets (abuelo de Basko), chomlek y banska kurvavitsa.