We stopped off here on our way to Rila Mountain (via the Panichishte Chairlift)
Took shoes off and paddled through the water - Very Refreshing. Sat down for 1/2 hour at the side and occasionally got wet with the spray of the geyser
There was a few childrens funfair rides and a bouncy castle on the outskirts of the park....
had a short stop to the hot mineral spring and dipped our feet in the water. very refreshing. the small park it sits in has amenities for kids to play and shops to eat and drink. had an hour stop off on way to Rila monastery (Review to Follow)
well worth the visit as a keen photographer.
We have visited Sapareva Banya some years ago and as we really impressed by the geyser we decided to take our 6 year old grandson there. What a disappointment !
A very shabby looking fountain like structure was not what we expected. Had it not been for the unmistakable sulphurous smell I would have thought we have gone to a...
Well we knew ahead of time thus was not expected to erupt so we just went to the restaurant which had typical Bulgarian food. I got the chicken liver farm style and this was delicious. The other guest masks look quite appetizing too. Very large portions especially for a lunch!
We visited here whilst staying in Borovets. Took a taxi and went independently from an organised trip. What an experience. You need to take flip flops (can buy them at the small shops/ hut just outside. It is a public spa and you need to bear this in mind. We had no Bulgaian words, and the staff spoke very little...