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Bansko: Thermal Pool Escape

1. Bansko: Thermal Pool Escape

Located in the village of Banya, these thermal pools are only a 15-minute ride away from Bansko. The mineral thermal pools are open daily at 11:00AM in the morning. Your experience will begin as you depart from the rental shop at a time of your choosing (after 10:30AM). At your disposal are 3 pools with natural mineral water from the nearby thermal springs: Thermal pool number 1: the big main pool where the water isn’t unbearably hot and great for swimming; Thermal pool number 2: a smaller pool which is shallow and warmer where your children can safely enjoy the benefits of mineral water and those of you who cannot swim can comfortably relax; Thermal pool number 3: a really hot pool, where the water temperature is well over 40 degrees Celsius, but at the same time nice (and not to mention healthy) There are changing rooms right next to the pool and a restaurant at your disposal, and at the conclusion of your experienced you will be returned to your point of origin.

Bansko: Traditional Folklore Experience

2. Bansko: Traditional Folklore Experience

You'll begin by arriving to the meeting point, where you'll meet your driver and board your vehicle. Following a 25-minute drive, you'll arrive to the nearby small village of Gorno Draglishte. This village is a place filled with history, tradition, and culture. The starting point of your activity is the guest house of Deshka, where you'll be greeted by the cheerful and energetic babi (grandmothers). You will then participate in traditional local dances, weave a razboi, and dress in traditional local nosii (folk costumes). There's going to be plenty of traditional local dishes to eat, which will guarantee you won't stay hungry. There's also going to be locally brewed rakia, which is a traditional Bulgarian alcoholic drink.

Bansko: 2-Hour Old Town Walking Tour

3. Bansko: 2-Hour Old Town Walking Tour

Тake a two-hour walking journey throughout Bansko's historical district. Absorb the culture while reliving the lifestyle of the 18th century. By exploring the hidden corners of the Old Town, you will explore its history, legends, and the unique architecture of its fortified houses. Experience daily life in the Old Town, feel the spirit of the past, and dive into the local cuisine by hearing about local recipes shared from generation to generation. Admire the hand-painted murals of the Holy Trinity Church to discover the local art of Bansko. Learn about the first days of Bansko's history as a ski resort and how it reached the popularity of today, while finishing up the tour at the newest pedestrian street in the town.

Bansko to Sofia Airport: Small Group Transfer

4. Bansko to Sofia Airport: Small Group Transfer

Enjoy transfer from your hotel in Bansko to the Sofia International Airport in a comfortable vehicles with free wifi. Infant seats are also available on request. You will be picked up from your hotel about 6 hours before your flight time and then depart for Sofia. On arrival at the airport, your driver will drop you off in the appropriate departures area.

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What people are saying about Bansko

Nadia collected us and was most helpful. She was very friendly and informative. I would highly recommend Nadia to anyone looking to travel to the thermal pool escape.

Definitely a fun thing to do whilst in Bansko! Time goes quite quickly but other than that the service is great!

Must do visit to the mineral spa - party of 16 plus babies great way to relax /recover after a days skiing

wonderful evening with warm and welcoming hosts. go hungry because there's A LOT of food!

Really good place to go definitely worth the trip would advice anyone to take a trip