CONSTRUCTION WORKS IN BULGARIA`S SKI RESORT OF BANSKO TERMINATED
The construction works in Bulgaria's mountain pearl of Bansko have been terminated as of Monday and the resort is now ready for the new season. The announcement was made during the "Bansko visits Sofia" event which was officially launched on Wednesday by Sofia Mayor Boyko Borissov and his Bansko counterpart Alexander Kravarov.
Bansko will start the tourist season with several new hotels and 600 beds.
During the festive days in Sofia over 250 people from the mountain resort will hold concerts filled with traditional folklore dances and songs from the region on an open stage in front of Bulgaria's National Palace of Culture.
The culmination of the event will be on December 9 when a grand concert will take place on an open stage in front of Bulgaria's National Palace of Culture.
Bansko chefs will also display their specialties, while hotels will present their hot offers.
Sofia Mayor Boyko Borissov (R) and his Bansko counterpart Alexander Kravarov (L) opened the festive days "Bansko visits Sofia" on Wednesday. Photo by Nadya Kotseva (Sofia Photo Agency)
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