You can always bank on Bansko property
Bulgaria’s capital Sofia has lots of property opportunities, but with real estate investment in the country’s other main city ranging from Commercial Property and Developments to Holiday Homes, Land, New Homes and Residential Property, you can always bank on Bansko property.
Bansko is a town and a ski resort in southwestern Bulgaria, located at the foot of the Pirin Mountains at an altitude of 925 m above sea level.
Bansko is the birthplace of 20th century Bulgarian poet Nikola Vaptsarov, Paisiy Hilendarski, and Neofit Rilski.
There are several legends about who founded Bansko. According to one of them, Bansko was founded by people who lived in Dobarsko, a town of Rila, itself according to a legend created by the army of Tsar Samuil. Another legend claims that Bansko was founded by an Italian painter named Ciociolino, therefore, the existence of Chucholin name in Bansko.
However, according to another version, it was a Slavic tribe called Perun, who lived in Pirin and worshiped Perun, that founded the town after becoming a city. There are a number of ethnographic texts, legends, prayers and oratories, which lend credence to this legend.
The archaeological traces of the inhabitants of Bansko and Razlog Valley in general day for the first periods of the Roman Empire. There are several housing structures at the edge of the city, ranging from 100 BC. However, there is no consensus or plausible theory on who these people were.
The Evangelical Community Church of Bulgaria, the first Protestant church in Bulgaria was founded in Bansko, August 6, 1868.
Until October 5, 1912, the town was part of the Ottoman Empire. The city was dominated by the elders of the group, but Bansko was established as a part of Bulgaria in 1912, following the first Balkan war.
Bansko, once mainly a farming community and travel market, has become an international center for winter and summer tourism. The tops of the mountains near the town, the many lakes and pine forests old are a popular venue for entertainment.