In 2020, for the fourth time, Dryanovo will host a round of the national motoring championship. The attractive rally-sprint discipline will be held on August 29 and 30 in the town of Dryanovo. About 30 crews are expected to complete the three racing stages.
Every Saturday and Sunday, visitors of the “Mini Bulgaria” Park in Veliko Tarnovo will have the opportunity to immerse themselves into Bulgarian history. The Svishtov group for historical reenactments “DUKS Antika” will set up their own camp in the park to acquaint tourists with various crafts and techniques for military training from the Middle Ages.
The old school in the village of Hotnitsa has become an arena for fierce shootings and spectacular battles. This is due to the young entrepreneur Tony Prokopiev, who decided to create the first military simulation game field in the Veliko Tarnovo region. This game is popular in many countries around the world but in Bulgaria, it is still not that very well known.
The cultural calendar of Veliko Tarnovo this summer is constantly changing due to the emergency epidemic situation in the country. At the moment, some of the events are already underway, others are planned, and others have been postponed or will not take place. Those that still remain in the program will be without international participation and even without some of the pre-announced Bulgarian artists.