I always highlight that Bulgaria is very affordable and budget friendly destination. The most amazing things to do in Bulgaria though are actually absolutely free of charge. I also always like to point out that Bulgaria has an amazingly beautiful nature. I repeat it again now because the most of the things listed in this article would be related to outdoor activities, but not only. So keep reading to discover the most amazing things to do in Bulgaria for free.
Regular readers will know that Bulgaria features at the top of nearly every survey into the cheapest destinations in Europe. But there’s more to the eastern European country than its price tag. Allow us to introduce you to the reasons Bulgaria really should be your next holiday. Има още
In Love with the Wind – the castle with the magnificent structures made of marble and metamorphosed limestone from the fairy tales of a talented architect and dreamer,Georgi Tumpalov.The only newly built castle in Europe.
10 of the most beautiful places to visit in Bulgaria by Ellis Shuman – I think it’s quite amazing that Bulgaria is still considered to be off the beaten track for Western tourists, because the country has a bit of everything, and all at very affordable prices. The Mountain slopes of Bansko and Pomporovo attract skiers in the winter and the Black Sea beaches draw the crowds in the summer months. Sofia – the capital – is probably not the most beautiful city you can visit, but once you get out into the countryside and start exploring the gorgeous coastline, I think you’ll fall captive to Bulgaria’s special charm. Here is my choice for the most beautiful places to visit in Bulgaria.. Има още
What we have given to the world?
The first woman in the world, participated in combat flight
Raina Kassabova was the first woman in the world to participate in combat flight fighter. She was 15 years old when she went to serve as a volunteer in a field hospital during the Balkan War. The flight, in which she took part in lasted 43 minutes, and from the plane Raina threw leaflets with an appeal to stop the bloodshed. In 2009 a glacier in Antarctica was named after her.
„Всеки, който се е върнал в България, се чувства много по-добре в емоционално отношение, отколкото в чужбина“, убеден е Христо Янев.
Защо не България?
През 90-те години на ХХ век те бягаха от България „немили-недраги” и малцина от тях погледнаха назад. 15 години по-късно терминал 2 не е единствено изход. За наследниците на „немили-недраги” пътят обратно е възможен и осъзнат. Въпросът вече не е: „Защо България?”, а: „Защо не България?” През очите на модерните номади животът тук е различен – предизвикателен и пълен с възможности, видими отвън, но не и отвътре. Успехът им е възможен, защото мислят глобално, но действат локално – със стартъп компании, работа по арт или иновативни проекти, като учители или доброволци. В тази поредица ви срещаме с българските граждани на света, които преоткриват възможностите, които страната ни има, за да постигнат световен пробив с логото „Made in България”. Има още
Zemen is a quaint, little town southwest of Sofia. It can be reached easily by train (2 hrs) or by your own transport (1,5 hrs). You pass Vitosha mountain and hills, valleys and interesting villages can be seen along the way. Here, in the country of yoghurt, rakia and the world famous Shopska salad, you can get well-rested in the hilly surroundings of the village. Zemen being just a small town, it still has some surprises awaiting you. One such example is Zemen Monastery, right outside the town. It can be reached from the village center by car or on foot.
Those who know Bulgaria are well aware of its natural wealth. Abundant springs of mineral water, lush hills and steep mountains, lakes and vast plains. Fields of grapes and sunflowers stretch until the horizon and beaches reach into the blue waters. Subterranean, the country is also blessed with various assets. Its caves are truly marvellous and each have their unique characteristics. Caves in Bulgaria tend to have many interesting legends attached to them. Likewise, they have been given beautiful names such as ‘Snezhanka’, meaning ‘Snowwhite’. One of Bulgaria’s most beautiful is the ‘Devil’s Throat Cave’, described in this article. Има още