Resorts and cities in Rila Mountains region

Rila Mountains gazduisesc largest national park of Bulgaria, an ideal place for tourists and nature lovers of hiking, Rila National Park with over 81 000 hectares with a unique natural ecosystem as well as an extensive program of conservation culture, customs and traditions, here being and the growing Bulgarian monastery, the Rila Monastery. Borovets Winter offers over 45 km of ski slopes, snowboarding, cross country skiing or biathlon, a ski area facilities and modern transport facilities and night, hotels and pensions offering excellent accommodation at reasonable prices, while being Borovets an ideal tourist destination for those who want to spend Christmas or New Year in a picturesque landscape.

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Borovets

Borovets

The oldest Bulgarian winter resort is Borovets with a history from 1896! Today Borovets is the biggest and most modern resort in Bulgaria. It is situated on the conterminous Borovets col and on the northern slopes of the Mousala ridge in the eastern part of Rila. Huddled in venerable pine woods 1390 meters above the sea level (with highest pistes at 2600 m)makes it a perfect place for relax and recreation. The climate is also considered to be healthy. The winter in the resort is mild and of course with loads of snow! The average temperature during the coldest month January is 4.


Dupnitza

Dupnitza

Dupnitsa is a town in western Bulgaria. It is located at the foot of Rila, about 65 km south of bulgarian capital Sofia. With town of Kyustendil they are the towns with population higher than 20 000 people in Kyustendil Province. Dupnitsa is also referred to as "The Green and Shady Town", because of its location which makes it quite shady in summer and due to the abundance of trees in the town. One of the interesting things about Dupnitsa is that it's often called "The Little Italy of Bulgaria". This nickname comes from the fact that many inhabitants have gone over the years to work and live in Italy and every summer they return to their hometown.