The tour operator VIP-Sliven from the town of Sliven received the Certificate of Excellence 2017 award from the world’s largest travel website TripAdvisor for its 5 out of 5 rating for the trips it provides in Bulgaria. Има още
A mysterious archaeological site dubbed “The Rock Herd” which consists of rock carvings of animal heads made by an unknown sculptor in an unknown time period has been found near the eastern Bulgarian city of Sliven.
The unexplained site which appears to be an archaeological monument located in the mountains near Sliven has become known to the Bulgarian public from photos posted on Facebook, reports the local news site “Sliven Agency”.
It has been photographed by archaeologists from the Sliven Regional Museum of History but they have issued no conclusion as to when and by whom the animal heads may have been carved into the rock. Има още
Пръснато във водите на езерото Нокуе в Бенин, Западна Африка, Ганвие е малко африканско селце, чиито къщи, магазини и ресторанти се крепят на дървени кокили, над водата. Първите заселници основават Ганвие преди повече от 500 години, озовавайки се на далечно и непознато място.
На 1 юни, на хиляди километри от Африка отвори врати Ганвие Бийч Клуб – кътче, където мирисът на море, шумът на вълни и копринено мекият пясък носят лятна сантименталност. Има още
Thinking about visiting Bulgaria? Think no more. Here are some visual reasons to persuade you.
Bulgaria is a relatively small country in Southeastern Europe (the Balkans). Its neighbors are Turkey, Greece, Macedonia, Serbia, Romania and the shining Black Sea. Има още
Bulgaria is eighth in the 2014 edition of the „Top 10 Countries“ ranking of British travel guidebook and reference publisher Rough Guides.
Bulgaria is described as an intriguing destination due to its fabulous beaches, weather, low prices, pretty historic towns and friendly people.
Rough Guides notes that Bulgaria’s Black Sea resorts pull in the most visitors, adding that skiing, hiking and mountain biking are becoming increasingly popular, especially on the mountain massif of Vitosha outside Sofia, the Rhodope Mountains in the south and the towering granite peaks of the Rila. Има още
On October 6, 2013 the luxury train „Balkan Express 2013“ will arrive in Bulgaria with about 200 tourists from all over the world, lovers of retro trips with steam locomotives. The train departing from Germany on October 3rd is going to pass briefly through Austria, Hungary and Serbia and then will during the following 6 days is going to make stops for visits of various sites in Bulgaria. The journey is organized entirely with all available museum steam locomotives owned by the Bulgarian State Railways BDZ, which have been restored and are on the move.
The timetable of the train’s passage through the country is, as follows: Има още
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Travelers can experience rural Bulgaria’s charming traditions in style, thanks to a new breed of ethical farmstays and a hip lodge, writes Kapka Kassabova.
„Who shot that?“ I point at the wolf skin on the wall while we wash down an organic beef stew with Shumensko beer.
„Mitko,“ says his grandmother.
Mitko is 14 and lives here at Wild Farm, where his scientist parents have swapped their city jobs for a radical farming lifestyle. They inherited the house and bought a few head of cattle. Ten years on, they have 500 cows and 10 woolly dogs of a famed regional breed called, like the nomadic shepherds who lived here, Karakachan. The dogs are big, and they need to be – because there is a large wolf population here in Bulgaria’s eastern Rhodopes, a mountain region with the highest biodiversity in Europe. Има още
Forget Magaluf and Malia, welcome to Sunny Beach
TWO British girls drunkenly kiss each other in front of a crowd of leering lads who howl like a pack of wolves.
One licks her pal’s breasts, which have been smeared in chocolate sauce as part of a game to win a cocktail.
Another group of girls — on their first holiday together — down five double vodkas each in the space of just ten minutes before chanting for more booze.
It is just after 5PM but already scores of British youngsters are lurching around a foam party after too many drinks. Има още
Mussels have been a healthy source of food for thousands of years. Today they form part of the Bulgarian diet; they are extremely versatile and can be severed smoked, steamed, fried, boiled or in a batter. Mussels should be cleaned efficiently and checked to ensure that they are alive because they quickly become toxic when dead and can cause paralytic shellfish poisoning due to the concentrated toxins. The way to check if a mussel is alive is to study it when it is exposed to the air; if it is alive it closes tightly when disturbed. Има още