Rose Valley: Kalofer town at the entrance of Central Balkan National Park
Kalofer is one of the beads of the Sub-Balkan necklace: a small town with heroic history, venerable architecture of Bulgarian Revival style, and affinity for folklore and tradition shared by both old and young generations . The most popular attractions for the Bulgarian tourists here are the museum of Hristo Botev, a highly respected national revolutionary and poet. The two monasteries of Kalofer will charm and stun you; one is within the town, and the other is in the countryside, just at the start of the remarkable The White River Eco Trail, and is less accessible because of the dirt road. The fans of the mountain and ecological tourism will always appreciates the magnificent environmentalist, as the town is one of the gates to Central Balkan National Park in its highest (including Botev Peak) and most pristine part Dzhandema with Raysko.Praskalo (The Heaven Splashing) Waterfall.