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Sightseeing
Sarafska House Museum Located at Samokov, Sofiyska oblast, 2000 Known for ml.gb.tag.Everything Else Sightseeing, Rainy Days, Groups, Families, Budget Friendly, Touristy The name and the history of Sarafska House are closely linked with the Jewish family the Aries, whose forefather was born in Vienna and set led in Samokov in 1793.The wealth and splendor of this enterprising family were reflected in their houses and in the construction of the Synagogue at a time when no significant public buildings existed in the country and the exterior glamour of the house was still a novelty. The so-called Big Sarafska house was not preserved. In it there was a lounge with a wood carved balcony where a mus
Samokov
Sarafska House Museum Located at Samokov, Sofiyska oblast, 2000 Known for ml.gb.tag.Everything Else Sightseeing, Rainy Days, Groups, Families, Budget Friendly, Touristy The name and the history of Sarafska House are closely linked with the Jewish family the Aries, whose forefather was born in Vienna and set led in Samokov in 1793.The wealth and splendor of this enterprising family were reflected in their houses and in the construction of the Synagogue at a time when no significant public buildings existed in the country and the exterior glamour of the house was still a novelty. The so-called Big Sarafska house was not preserved. In it there was a lounge with a wood carved balcony where a mus
Parks & Nature
Ecopath Beli Iskar is situated right at the entrance of Rila National Park. It was named after the eponymous river, meandering around throughout its full length. In addition to the picturesque scenery, the river has a length of 7.5km and a small height difference of 300m. It is easily accessible and the places for relaxation are abundant. It is suitable for small children. The path starts just where Beli Iskar ends. The route is recluse and can be covered in no more than two and a half hours. There are seven bridges built along the trail that cross the river Beli Iskar. The fourth bridge is the longest one. The highest point on the path is 1380m. Here you can find the typical for the locatio
Beli Iskar
Ecopath Beli Iskar is situated right at the entrance of Rila National Park. It was named after the eponymous river, meandering around throughout its full length. In addition to the picturesque scenery, the river has a length of 7.5km and a small height difference of 300m. It is easily accessible and the places for relaxation are abundant. It is suitable for small children. The path starts just where Beli Iskar ends. The route is recluse and can be covered in no more than two and a half hours. There are seven bridges built along the trail that cross the river Beli Iskar. The fourth bridge is the longest one. The highest point on the path is 1380m. Here you can find the typical for the locatio
Musala (Bulgarian: Мусала; from Arabic through Ottoman Turkish: Musalla, "near God" or "place for prayer" [1][2] is the highest peak in the entire Balkan Peninsula, standing at 2,925 m (9,596 ft). The summit of the Rila mountain range in southwestern Bulgaria, Musala is the highest peak between the Alps and the Caucasus and the highest in Eastern Europe bar the Caucasus. With a prominence of 2473 m, Musala is the 7th most prominent mountain peak in Europe.[3] Musala is situated within the Rila National Park, which is noted for its rich flora, including species such as Macedonian Pine and Bulgarian Fir in the forests on its middle slopes, and fauna; it is one of the easiest places in Europe t
Musala
Musala (Bulgarian: Мусала; from Arabic through Ottoman Turkish: Musalla, "near God" or "place for prayer" [1][2] is the highest peak in the entire Balkan Peninsula, standing at 2,925 m (9,596 ft). The summit of the Rila mountain range in southwestern Bulgaria, Musala is the highest peak between the Alps and the Caucasus and the highest in Eastern Europe bar the Caucasus. With a prominence of 2473 m, Musala is the 7th most prominent mountain peak in Europe.[3] Musala is situated within the Rila National Park, which is noted for its rich flora, including species such as Macedonian Pine and Bulgarian Fir in the forests on its middle slopes, and fauna; it is one of the easiest places in Europe t
Malyovitsa is a peak in the northwest part of Rila mountain. With its 2,729 meters of height, Malyovitsa is one of the highest peaks in Bulgaria and the 7th in Rila. It is located in the Rila national park in the area of limited human impact. Rock climbing and mass events on the territory of the park are allowed after a consultation with the Department of the Rila National park. The peak is very popular among climbers due to its alpine nature. Several routes of varying difficulty are passed along the sheer 124 meters long northern wall. They are only accessible with alpine equipment. For the climbing of the rampant southern slope you will only need a several hours of walking, a pair of sturd
Malyovitsa
Malyovitsa is a peak in the northwest part of Rila mountain. With its 2,729 meters of height, Malyovitsa is one of the highest peaks in Bulgaria and the 7th in Rila. It is located in the Rila national park in the area of limited human impact. Rock climbing and mass events on the territory of the park are allowed after a consultation with the Department of the Rila National park. The peak is very popular among climbers due to its alpine nature. Several routes of varying difficulty are passed along the sheer 124 meters long northern wall. They are only accessible with alpine equipment. For the climbing of the rampant southern slope you will only need a several hours of walking, a pair of sturd
The Seven Rila Lakes are without a doubt one of the most notable natural attractions on the Balkan Peninsula, a dream destination not to be missed. Their beauty touches the thousands of Bulgarian and international visitors who visit them. The Seven Rila Lakes, located in the Dangskiya region of the northwestern Rila Mountains, are glacial lakes. They are scattered at the foot of a massive cirque that includes the peaks Suhi Chal (Dry Peak), Otovishki, and Haramiya. The lakes have been named for their shapes and qualities. The highest of them is Tear Lake, which gained its name for its crystal-clear water. It is 2,535 meters high, directly beneath the Otovishki Peak. Next is Eye Lake, the dee
Siete lagos de Rila
The Seven Rila Lakes are without a doubt one of the most notable natural attractions on the Balkan Peninsula, a dream destination not to be missed. Their beauty touches the thousands of Bulgarian and international visitors who visit them. The Seven Rila Lakes, located in the Dangskiya region of the northwestern Rila Mountains, are glacial lakes. They are scattered at the foot of a massive cirque that includes the peaks Suhi Chal (Dry Peak), Otovishki, and Haramiya. The lakes have been named for their shapes and qualities. The highest of them is Tear Lake, which gained its name for its crystal-clear water. It is 2,535 meters high, directly beneath the Otovishki Peak. Next is Eye Lake, the dee
Arts & Culture
The cultural-historic heritage of Samokov has been presented in several theme displays in the History Museum. The name of the town is a remarkable cultural fact reflecting the cause of its foundation and development around the enormous mechanical hammers used for iron mining and called „samokovi”. The display „Samokov- Spirit and Metal” has been dedicated to the importance of the town as an ironmining, craft and cultural centre. Archaeological findings testify to metallurgic traditions, thousands of years old. The active miniature models of iron-melting furnaces „vidnya” and of the mechanical hammers „samokovo” visualize the origin of the name of Samokov. The crafts during the time of the Bu
Historical Museum
4 ul. "Professor Vasil Zahariev"
The cultural-historic heritage of Samokov has been presented in several theme displays in the History Museum. The name of the town is a remarkable cultural fact reflecting the cause of its foundation and development around the enormous mechanical hammers used for iron mining and called „samokovi”. The display „Samokov- Spirit and Metal” has been dedicated to the importance of the town as an ironmining, craft and cultural centre. Archaeological findings testify to metallurgic traditions, thousands of years old. The active miniature models of iron-melting furnaces „vidnya” and of the mechanical hammers „samokovo” visualize the origin of the name of Samokov. The crafts during the time of the Bu
Everything Else
Borovets is ski resort located 12 km from the town of Samokov and 72 km from the Bulgarian capital Sofia. The resort is situated on the northern slopes of the Mousala ridge in the eastern part of the Rila mountain. Borovets is huddled in venerable pine woods 1390 meters above the sea level. The highest pistes of Borovets ski centre are located at 2600 m above the sea level. Borovets offer a big choice of activites!
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Borovets is ski resort located 12 km from the town of Samokov and 72 km from the Bulgarian capital Sofia. The resort is situated on the northern slopes of the Mousala ridge in the eastern part of the Rila mountain. Borovets is huddled in venerable pine woods 1390 meters above the sea level. The highest pistes of Borovets ski centre are located at 2600 m above the sea level. Borovets offer a big choice of activites!