Bulgaria’s oldest ski resort is Borovets. It was created in the end of the 19th century when knyaz Ferdinand decided to go hunting in the area. He built a residence there. Soon, other residents of the capital started spending their vacation there. Many villas were constructed. Until the 40s of the 20th century, the resort carried the name Chamkoria. Representatives of the elite spent both summer and winter months there. In the 60s and 70s, the resort grew and got many hotels. Borovets got its winter sports facilities and turned into the most popular...
- Sofia earned the title of Europe's most affordable travel destination
- Up to 20% more Russian tourists are expected to visit Bulgaria in summer
- Only 10% of the tourists in Bansko this winter were Bulgarian
- Sofia offers the best hotel prices in Europe
- Up to seven percent increase of incoming tourists is expected for the summer
- Borovets offers perfect skiing conditions