Gabrovo Region of Bulgaria Review
The Gabrovo Region of Bulgaria is probably one of the most developed regions in Bulgaria. The Gabrovo Region of Bulgaria is geographically located in the center of the country with open routes to rivers, seaports and airports. Public transport is available on regularly scheduled bus and rail routes. The Gabrovo Region of Bulgaria is a transportation hub with easy connections between St. Petersburg , Bucharest, Kiev, Helsinki and many of the major regions within Bulgaria. The Gabrovo Region of Bulgaria sits on a crossroad of major routes to Greece and Turkey.
The largest town in the Gabrovo Region of Bulgaria is Gabrovo city containing approximately 67,000 inhabitant at an altitude of 392m above sea level. The Gabrovo Region of Bulgaria sits at the foot of the Shipka Balkan Mountain (Central Stara Planina) and along the banks of the Yantra River. The trip to the capital (Sofia) is 220 km and just slightly a little further to Varna on the Black Sea. Gabrovo city is the administrative municipality for the Gabrovo Region of Bulgaria. Its location makes it an ideal haven for winter sports and hunting which attracts international recreation seekers year-round.
The Gabrovo Region of Bulgaria has lasting traditions of technical studies hosting the Technical University and some 17 vocational secondary schools. This gives rise to the Gabrovo Region of Bulgaria being known as the Industrial Zone of the country specializing in Manufacturing, warehousing and logistics.
The Gabrovo Region of Bulgaria boasts well-developed technical infrastructure with the most developed being motorways and rail transport. These facilities ensure connection and links with the remainder of Bulgaria as well as routes supportive of international commerce.
Well known ski resorts are scattered throughout the Gabrovo Region of Bulgaria.
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