Having a Great Time at Dobrinishte-Bansko

9 Dec 2019 / 2 min. read

Having a Great Time at Dobrinishte-Bansko


What a great way to end the year and celebrate the holidays! The team had a blast spending time together outside of work, enjoying good food and drinks and getting to know each other in a relaxed setting. It was a fantastic way to boost morale and foster camaraderie among everyone. We're already looking forward to next year's team gatherings!

06.12 – Dinner and disco in Bansko

The team kicked off the festivities with a delicious dinner at a local restaurant, followed by some dancing at a club in Bansko. It was an excellent opportunity to get to know each other better and have some fun before the main event.

07.12 – Mountain adventures - having tea & rum in the tea house of “Bezbog” Hut

This was definitely the highlight of the trip for many of us! We hiked up to the Tea House of “Bezbog” Hut for some snacks and drinks while enjoying the stunning views of the mountains. We even got to play some fun games and do a little light-hearted competition with each other. We really bonded as a team during this activity.

08.12 - Relax & SPA time

After all the hiking and games, it was nice to relax at the SPA on our last day. We got massages, sat in the sauna, and recharged from day-to-day life's stresses. It was a great way to unwind before heading back home.

We had an incredible time at our company’s holiday party this year! A big thank you to everyone who helped make this event a success! We look forward to another exciting year with all of you!

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