Top sights to see in Bulgaria



European Budget Holidays for Summer 2012

European Budget Holidays for Summer 2012

After a long winter and a drizzly spring at work, going off somewhere exotic can sound a very appealing prospect, but if you’re working on tight margins the very idea can seem like a distant prospect. However, there is a whole range of locations you can get to and stay in on a relatively tight […]

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Aladzha Monastery – a medieval cave monastery complex in Bulgaria

Aladzha Monastery – a medieval cave monastery complex in Bulgaria

Aladzha Monastery is located about 15 km north of Varna and 4 km from Golden Sands. Its name comes from the Turkish word “colored”. It has a color associated with both the limestone rock in which the building was built, and apparently with colorful murals that emerged in the early Middle Ages, probably in the […]

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Arbanasi – a picturesque village in Bulgaria

Arbanasi – a picturesque village in Bulgaria

Bulgaria boasts many large cities to entertain and excite visitors but what about those who prefer something a bit more unpolished? Arbanasi is a picturesque settlement located in north central Bulgaria. It’s a popular tourist destination because of its historical buildings and also because of its proximity to Veliko Tarnovo, which is a medieval town […]

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The Rila monastery – the most popular tourist site among all monasteries in Bulgaria

The Rila monastery – the most popular tourist site among all monasteries in Bulgaria

Rila Monastery is the largest and most famous Eastern Orthodox monastery in Bulgaria. It is located in the heart of Rila Mountains, 117 km south of the capital city Sofia in the deep valley of the Rilska River at an elevation of 1,147 m above sea level. Rila Monastery was founded in the 10th century […]

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Sofia – administrative, cultural, economic, and educational centre of Bulgaria

Sofia – administrative, cultural, economic, and educational centre of Bulgaria

Sofia, with 1,4 million residents, is the capital and largest city of Bulgaria and the 47th largest city by population in the European Union. It is also one of Europe’s most compact and walkable capital cities. It is located in western Bulgaria, at the foot of Mount Vitosha, and is the administrative, cultural, economic, and […]

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Nesebar – one of the oldest ancient centers in Europe | Bulgaria

Nesebar – one of the oldest ancient centers in Europe | Bulgaria

Nesebar – Pearl of the Black Sea – is the ancient town and a major seaside resort on the coast of the Black Sea in Bulgaria. You can get to Nesebar by bus or boat from the coastal resorts such as Pomorie, or by plane or train to Burgas and then by bus. Nesebar is […]

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Veliko Tărnovo – historical symbol of Bulgaria

Veliko Tărnovo – historical symbol of Bulgaria

If you are planning your trip to Bulgaria, you shouldn’t miss historic symbol of Bulgaria – medieval town Veliko Tărnovo. The town is located on the Yantra River and is known as the historical capital of the Second Bulgarian Empire. It is one of the oldest settlements in Bulgaria, having a history of more than […]

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