What’s the weather like in Bansko in April?
This snow-capped resort in south west Bulgaria is still a popular attraction for skiers at this time. The Bansko weather in April can be quite mild, but there’s usually a good snow coverage to keep winter sport fans happy.
The charming town of Bansko is found at the foot of Bulgaria’s Pirin Mountains, about 925m above sea level. Winter lasts between December and April with snow usually remaining on the higher hills until this month. Snow is often deeper on the northern faces of the higher mountains above Bansko.
The weather in Bansko in April is much more pleasant than the main winter months. The average daytime temperature can rise to 17°C, although temperatures around 11°C are more common. At night this call fall to 1°C. Skiers love the bright conditions in Bansko this month, with up to eight hours of sunshine from 13 hours daylight. The sun rises at 7.10am and finally sets at 7.50pm. Rainfall is quite light at 42mm on average across nine rain-affected days in this mountainous region of Bulgaria. You can expect the humidity level to be around 77% and the wind speed is low at only 5mph.