You can not only enjoy the sea and sun in Bulgaria. This country is famous for its historical background and culture, artistic values and charming towns, olden monasteries and modern buildings.
The most attractive holiday destinations are in the capital of Bulgaria, Sofia, located in the heart of the city. The tourists can enjoy the visit to marvelous tower of the Banya Bashi mosque, and the limestone shower with decorated tiles there, St. George Rotunda temple constructed in the second century, the Church of the Light of Sofia for which reason this city has the name Sofia, church of St. Nicholas that is a great & beautiful attraction and was constructed in memoriam of Russian fighters of the Russia-Turkey war and the church of Holy Resurrection. The largest shopping center, Vitosha Avenue, is the location where you can enjoy the visit to the Theological arts school, the historic museum that has the olden memorial objects of the notable Panagyurishte gold treasure and a lot of golden basins with mythological symbols engraved on them. The sight of Golden domes of Alexander Nevski Cathedral is really great and can be seen from a very far distance and is memorial of the soldiers, who had taken part in the freedom of Bulgaria. Continue Reading
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Sozopol is situated on a small picturesque rocky peninsula on the Black Sea, in the southern part of the Burgas Bay, 30 km south of Burgas. Surrounded by sea on three sides and resembling a pile of stones on a small piece of land, Sozopol brings together natural beauty and romantic antiquities. Continue Reading
One of (if not) the most beautiful cities in Bulgaria, Veliko Tarnovo – situated approximately midway between Sofia and Varna – forms a picturesque setting on the hilltops, within a bend of the Jantra River.
At one time the capital of the 2nd Bulgarian Empire, Veliko Tarnovo can justifiably claim the title of being Bulgaria’s richest city in terms of historic monuments – based on the 12th-14th centuries churches, the typically Balkan style Continue Reading