Descubra las iglesias bizantinas y boutiques de moda de Sofía, así como el pintoresco barrio antiguo de Plovdiv. A continuación, diríjase a las colinas de Bulgaria para descubrir monasterios ocultos y pueblos con un importante patrimonio histórico. Descubra las dos caras de la moneda de Bulgaria, desde las playas del Mar Negro en Varna y Burgas, hasta las estaciones de esquí de Bansko y Pamporovo que están experimentando un rápido crecimiento. Familiarícese con la historia de los Balcanes, o simplemente relájese y sumérjase en la música tradicional búlgara.
Bulgaria’s capital Sofia bears the marks of its 3000-year history, from Roman remains and Byzantine churches to Stalinist monuments. The mountainous Balkan Range stretches from west to east, almost reaching the Black Sea coast. You'll find major port cities Varna and Bourgas and popular beach resorts nearby. Visit the Danubian Plain, which boasts the noble city of Ruse with its Central European elegance.
Delve into centuries of history in Sofia's cobbled boulevards, but don't miss its swanky shopping centres, or enjoy the lively port city of Varna. In Veliko Turnovo you'll discover a living museum in its streets, churches and fortress. Scramble about the Roman Amphitheatre in Plovdiv's well-preserved old city. And in Ruse, admire the Neoclassical façades around Ploshtad Svoboda from an open-air cafe.
Near Sofia, join locals to ski on Mount Vitosha, or further afield in the Pirin Mountains at the quaint village of Bansko. Escape to hidden monasteries, like UNESCO-protected Rila with its extravagant frescoes and dramatic location in the Rila Mountains. Beach-hop along the Black Sea Coast stopping at pumping resorts, or take a more peaceful dip at hot mineral baths in Velingrad.
Bulgaria has some great value resorts, which are ideal for beginners and those who have skied a few times due to the attractive forested pistes. You will also find modern lift systems, especially in Bansko which has had a multi-million Euro renovation in recent years, and also some brilliant après ski bars and restaurants.
The ancient town of Bansko sits in the foothills of the majestic Pirin mountains. The town itself is large and picturesque, with modern and comfortable hotels which won’t break the bank. The slopes are great for beginners and intermediates, with learner pistes, long sweeping blue runs and more difficult reds and blacks for the more advanced skier. You can also find the FIS World Cup run Tomba – a difficult black for the experts. Bansko has two main ski centres, both of which have been recently renovated with fast new lifts and snow cannons for when the conditions are poor.
|Aeropuerto más cercano||Sofía|
|Temporada de esquí||Diciembre a abril|
|Zona de pistas||65 km|
|Altura del resort||936 m|
|Dificultad media: 11
Dificultad avanzada: 1
The oldest and largest ski resort in Bulgaria, Borovets was founded in 1896 and has been serving skiers in the Balkans since then. Borovets is a very picturesque resort, surrounded by sprawling pine forest, in the beautiful Rila mountain range. The pistes are suited to competent beginners and those more versed on skis, but veteran skiers can find some great runs too. The Yastrebets ski centre caters for more advanced skiers, and snowboarders will find the Borosport Snow Park a thrill. The après ski on offer in the town is legendary, with lots of cheap bars and nightclubs open until late every night.
|Aeropuerto más cercano|
|Temporada de esquí||Late December to April|
|Zona de pistas||58 km|
|Altura del resort||1300 m|
|Dificultad media: 9
Dificultad avanzada: 4