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Bulgarian Mountain Towns: Point of Interest Map
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Bulgarian Mountain Towns

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Borovets, located in the Rila Mountains, is one of the largest winter resort towns in southeastern Europe. In 1896, it was selected by the Bulgarian royal family as the site of their hunting lodge. In the decades after, it was developed as a ski resort, which has hosted Alpine Skiing World Cup runs twice in the past. There are 31 miles of ski runs coming down Musala Ridge toward the hotel zone.

Located at the foot of the Pirin Mountains, Bansko is one of the country`s most popular ski resorts, and also one of the newest. The area was developed in the early 2000s as a winter vacation getaway featuring amenities that rival the chalets and hotels of the Swiss Alps. Bansko boasts nearly 50 miles of ski runs, and a chair lift takes vacationers from town up to the resort`s base. It is possible to ski for an entire mile from the summit of Mount Todorka to the town a mile below.
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Pirin-Rila Mountains
Southwest of Sofia, Bulgaria`s capital, the Rila Mountains and the Pirin Mountains together comprise one of the country`s most popular tourism regions. The UNESCO World Heritage Site Rila Monastery is located in the mountain range of the same name, close to Borovets. Southwest of the Rila Mountains, you will find the Pirin Mountains, home to the ski resort town of Bansko.
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WHY THE BULGARIAN MOUNTAIN TOWNS?

Bulgaria is a great country to explore, and there are lots of cool towns and villages scattered throughout the nation`s many mountain ranges, such as the Balkan Mountains, the Vitosha Mountains, the Pirin Mountains, the Rila Mountains, the Strandzha Mountains, and the Rhodope Mountains. The tallest mountain in Bulgaria, Musala, features over 30 miles of ski runs leading down to the popular ski resort of Borovets. Bansko, another popular mountain town, is a ski mecca at the base of the Pirin Mountains. No matter which part of Bulgaria you visit, you will be sure to fall in love with a mountain town or two along the way.

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