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Pamporovo (Bulgarian: Пампорово) is a popular mountain resort in southern Bulgaria, one of the most well-known in Southeastern Europe. It is primarily visited during the winter for skiing and snowboarding, but is also visited in the summer. The center of Pamporovo comprises a number of excellent hotels and bars.
The resort is set in the southern Rhodope Mountains at an altitude of 1620 meters above sea level. The highest peak in the area, Mount Snezhanka (1928 m), is several hundred meters higher than the resort. Pamporovo is around 260 km away from Sofia, 85 km south of Plovdiv, 15 km north of Smolyan, and 10 km south of Chepelare.
The winters in Pamporovo tend to be mild, but have around 150 days of snowfall each year. This combination allows for a long skiing season at the resort. Pamporovo is known for its high number of sunny days during the winter, often topping 120 days from December to May. The average January temperature is 3 degrees Celsius (or 37.4 F).
Borovets (Боровец), known as Chamkoriya (Чамкория) until the middle of the 20th century, is a popular Bulgarian mountain resort situated in Sofia Province, on the northern slopes of Rila, at an altitude of 1350 m. Borovets is 10 km from Samokov, 73 km from Sofia and 125 km from Plovdiv.
Today the resort is a modern ski centre with luxury hotels and an extensive ski course network and has twice been a host of Alpine skiing World Cup competitions.
Bansko (Банско) is a town in southwestern
Bansko is the birthplace of 20th century Bulgarian poet Nikola Vaptsarov and, sometimes disputed, Bulgarian enlightener Paisiy Hilendarski.
There are several legends about who founded Bansko. According to one of them, Bansko was founded by people who lived in Dobarsko, a village in Rila, itself according to a legend founded by the blinded army of Tsar Samuil
Another legend claims that Bansko was founded by an Italian painter by the name of Ciociolino, thus the existense of the name Chucholin in Bansko.
Still according to another legend it was a Slavic tribe called the Peruns, who lived in Pirin and worshiped Perun, that founded the village later to become a town. There are a number of ethnographic texts, legends, prayers and oratories, which lend credence to this legend History
The archeological traces of the inhabitants of Bansko and the
There are several housing structures at the outskirts of the town, which date to 100 BC. However, there is no consensus nor credible theory on who these people were.
Until 5th October 1912, Bansko was a part of the
Bansko, once mainly a stockbreeding and travelling merchant community, has nowadays become a center of winter and summer tourism. The mountain peaks near the town, the numerous lakes and the old pine woods make it a popular site for recreation. In recent years, the town has gained international popularity after the start of the annual Bansko Jazz Festival and consequently the annual Bansko pop-star concert featuring top pop stars. The nearby
A new gondola lift was built in 2003 to replace a minibus ride up to the ski slopes of Todorka. Several other gondolas and ski lifts are in the process of being built. These developments, along with the construction of extensive housing and recreational facilities around the gondola (which is on the southwest end of the town by the river), have made Bansko a popular and growing destination