Baniska is a charming village, in the eastern part of the Danubian Plain, Municipality of Dve Mogili, District of Ruse. It is located in the fertile valley of the Baniski Lom River, which flows southeast and east along it, which is the most important water source of the village. Baniska is an old settlement, probably dating back to the Roman era. The name Baniska was mentioned for the first time in a Turkish register from 1430. The main source of livelihood of the local population has been agriculture.

The population today is about 940 people.

The village is nice and calm and has all the basic amenities for living such as shops, pubs, a town hall, a post office, an active community centre, and transport to/from the neighbouring settlements. It is also conveniently located in close proximity to towns and cities, where you can find all necessary conveniences, and facilities, as well as places for entertainment and tourist attractions. The nearby Baniska Dam and Pomen Dam offer opportunities for fishing and recreational activities.

The annual village fair takes place on the last Saturday and Sunday of October. In 2004 a book about the village was published called “Baniska – Past and Present”.

The most attractive landmarks in the area are:

– The Church of the “Saint Paraskeva” in the Village of Baniska, built in 1882;

Community Centre “Nikola Yonkov Vaptsarov – 1914” in the Village of Baniska;

Kale Kaynardzha is a Thracian, late antique and medieval fortress, located on the hill of the same name, about 3 km from the centre of the village of Baniska;

Baniska Dam – located in the vicinity of the Village of Baniska – the biggest dam in Ruse District;

Pomen Dam – a great destination for recreation and carp fishing;

“Tomb of a Tantrian aristocrat from IV century BC” It is located in the central part of the Town of Borovo;

Orlova Chuka Cave – with a total length of 13,437 m, Orlova Chuka is the second longest cave in Bulgaria.