This is what the Municipality of Tryavna looks like in the language of numbers: territory – 270 sq km; population centres
– two towns (Tryavna – 11,000 people and Plachkovtsi – 2,200 people) and 104 villages in many of which life has already
died down; topography – semi-mountainous and mountainous; altitude – from 380 to 1,490 m above the sea level;
climate – temperate and mild, very good for prevention and treatment of lung diseases; waters – a small mountain river
whose source is in the Balkan and which flows into the river Yantra before the city of Veliko Turnovo.
In the language of visitors’ impressions, Tryavna and the nearby places are an oasis of natural and human grandeur.
If you are driving to Tryavna, you should know that Tryavna is 19 km away from the city of Gabrovo, the regional
centre, 45 km away from Veliko Turnovo and 20 km away from the Republic Pass – the Hainboaz Pass (the road
starts in the village of Voneshta Voda). Should you opt for the railway, you can board a train to Tryavna at the
station of Gorna Oryahovitsa (Northern Bulgaria) or Stara Zagora (Southern Bulgaria).
Tryavna is 250 km away from Sofia, 230 km from Varna, 150 km from Plovdiv and Rousse and
300 km from Vidin.