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Winter departure; Original steam engines

One of the best kept secrets of Bulgaria is the outstandingly scenic narrow gauge

Tunneling (Circa. 1936); Roads
railway line from Dobrinishte to Semptemvri. The line was constructed during the 1920s and 1930s, has at least 20 tunnels with one forming a loop, and has the highest railway station in southeast Europe.

Gorges; On the flat
You can take the morning train from Bansko (dep. 9.15) to Velingrad (arr. 12.15), spend the afternoon shopping and sight seeing, and take the evening train (dep. 7.15) back to Bansko (arr

New friends; Meadows
9.15), or continue on the train to Septemvri (arr. 3.00) have a leisurely lunch and take the train (dep 5.00) back to Bansko (arr. 9.15). Please note that the times indicated are only approximate! The cost for a return ticket Bansko to Veligrad is approx. 6 Leva and Bansko to Septemvri is approx 10 Leva.

Highest station 1267 m; Another tunnel; Happy customer; Rail, road & river

It is impossible to describe the beauty and scenery of this journey, therefore a few photographs will give you a taste of what it is like! Whilst on the train you will not be bored as the locals traveling with you will

The crew; The workhorse; Comfort; Refurbished coach
soon engage you in conversation and invariably offer to share their food and drinks with you. A fantastic way to meet real Bulgarians and learn a little about them, their family and friends and their country! This is an all year experience!