Polski trambesh is a town located in Polski trambesh Municipality, Veliko Tarnovo region.
The town is situated 36 km north from town of Veliko Tarnovo, 22 km south-west from town of Byala, 45 km south-east from town of Svishtov, 35 km north-east from town of Pavlikeni and 33 km north from town of Gorna Oryahovitsa.
Its population is approximately 5800 people.
The town spreads out near Yantra River. The climate characterizes with warm summer and cold winter.
It is famous with its healing mineral springs.
Polski trambesh comprises a school, a kindergarten, a library, a community centre and a hospital. There are shops, restaurants, cafes and pharmacies.
There is a sport centre with open-air and indoor swimming pools, and a complex for rifle practice.
The visitors may stay in hotels or small family guest houses.
The town is provided with electricity and water. Sewerage system is in process of construction.
Mineral baths in town of Polski trambesh - the mineral baths have healing qualities.
The Historical Museum in town of Polski trambesh - exhibits representing the style of living in the region.
The land 'Ada-Kuzu' in village of Orlovets - settlement from VII and VI B.C. was found here.
The Transfiguration Monastery near town of Veliko Tarnovo - one of the biggest Bulgarian monasteries. It is about 30 km away from town of Polski trambesh.
The Architectural-historical complex of Arbanasi - a reserve that managed to keep the spirit of the Bulgarian Revival architecture. It is about 40 km away from the town.
Every year on 8 September the Town Fair takes place.
Polski trambesh is an important transport point. The railway station is a middle stop of the line Gorna Oryahovitsa-Ruse, and provides transportation to the whole country.
Internet source: trambesh.eu
Pictures: vt.government.bg и bg.wikipedia.org