Guinness Record Set at Bulgarian Resort

Guinness Record Set at Bulgarian Resort

Source: Lyubov Ivanova

A Guinness World Record has been broken at the Bulgarian resort of Bansko. On March 11, 255 Yamaha motorcycles gathered here at the same time. Interestingly, the previous record was also set here: in 2019, 235 motorcycles of this brand were counted here.

Despite the end of the ski season, life at the Bansko resort does not stand still. In May, travelers are attracted here by the flowering fields of crocuses on the slopes of the Pirin National Park, the bright poppies in the meadows around the town, as well as the opportunity for hiking and cycling on the tourist trails laid out in the mountains.

In the summer, the Bansko municipality also takes care of a rich cultural program. Folk festivals, photo and film competitions, exhibitions and tastings of traditional dishes and drinks of southwestern Bulgaria, and, of course, the famous jazz music festival are already planned here.

And fans of motorsport will find races on mountain trails and difficult dirt tracks here.

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