Banskos most impressive street, starting from the second biggest square in town, where the Sveta Troitsa church is situated, longing to the Hotel Bulgaria, the entrance of the national park and the Katerina hotel, is the Pirin Street. This street is not the fifth avenue of Bansko, for that is the main street, rather pedestrian zone between pl. Nicola Vaptsarov and Tsar Simeon street, but it seems as if it is the actual heart of Bansko life. During daytime you find the farmers crossing the streets with their carriages, you see the herders with sheeps passing the street and the street life is lively and, to the standards of a town-village, crowded. At night there the street is a kind of place of traffic of people, mainly locals, who are going and coming from the local pubs and restaurants. But apart from the street being somehow important as a frequented road in some way, is that the street itself is eye-catching. It goes up in the direction to the Pirin mountains and in doing so, it combines all the elements of a picturesque Banskonian site: the houses with that unique architectural style along the ,beginning, of the street, the peaks of the mountains in the background and the rural elements intruding the street at noon. Although the town is formally a town it looks more like a village at Pirin street.