Address: Boyansko ezero str, 1-3
Boyana Church “St. St. Nicholas and Panteleimon” is built in the 10th century. It is included in the UNESCO list back in 1979 and is the 42nd world attraction recognised as world cultural landmark with exceptional value for the planet. During the communist regime, the frescoes of the Boyana church were displayed to all the guest from abroad, while the Read more...
All Categories: HotelsAddress: Dragalevtsi, Narcis 1
We are pleased to welcome you at Hotel Alexander Palace – your place for business and leisure in Sofia! Hotel Alexander Palace is located at the foot of Vitosha Mountain, 7 km from the city center and 500 m from the ski lifts. It is conveniently located in a quiet place and 15 min from downtown. Nearby there is a Read more...
Address: Near Beli plast village, on the road between Kardzhali and Haskovo
Girls are turned into stone mushrooms near the village of Beli Plast. At least the legend of the unusual rock formations said so. They are located about a kilometer away from the village on the road between Haskovo and Kardzhali. The mushroom stone formations are 2.5 meters high. Their pink-green shades are due to the mineral composition. According to the legend, Read more...
Address: Raven village
The Petrified Forest near the village of Raven, Kardzhali province is 30 million years old. And it is unique in the world. In many other places on the planet have been found areas with petrified trees. But the forest in the Rhodope Mountains is the only one in which the trees still stand upright. Unfortunately, the woods decreases each year. Read more...
Address: Hadji Dimitur peak
Buzludzha monument is the biggest one from the Communist era in Bulgaria. The ufo alike structure is 1432 meters high. It was built in 1981 in honor of the Congress of the then ruling Bulgarian Communist Party. In the construction were invested 14 million leva /approximately 7 million euro/. And now it is seen from tens of kilometers away. Almost Read more...
Address: Kazanlak province
The tomb of Thracian king Seuthes III or Kosmatka mound was built in the 5th century BC. In it was found skilfully decorated golden wreath of the ruler, golden wineglass, knee pads, helmet and applications for horse trappings. As well as the head of the statue of Seuthes that has stood on a pedestal in the capital of the Thracians – Sevtopolis. Read more...
Address: Kazanlak, Tyulbe park
The Valley of the Thracian Kings near Kazanlak is still hiding its secrets from the past. It is assumed that the region has more than 1,500 Thracian burial mounds and at the time are studied only about 300. The most famous tomb is the one discovered in Kazanlak, which is located in the town park „Tyulbeto”. It is simply called Read more...
Address: Polska Skakavitsa village
Polska Skakavitsa Waterfall is 53 meters high and is one of the most beautiful in the region of Kyustendil. Usually, it is more visited in the spring or in the summer but we assure you that if you get there on a cold winter day you won’t regret it. To get to Polska Skakavitsa Waterfall you need to go to Read more...
Melnik is the smallest town in Bulgaria, famous for its local red wine. You can visit there the museum of wine. The entrance fee is 3 leva /approximately 1,5 euro/. You can buy also a little bit more expensive ticket but with included wine wine-tasting in its prize. This fee also will allow you to try 3 sorts of red Read more...
Address: near Sopot
Anevsko Kale still stands today above the town of Sopot. It is one of the best-preserved fortresses of the Second Bulgarian Kingdom. A little-known fact is that it actually was Bulgarian capital. This happened under the rule of the local dignitaries Smilets, Voysil and Radoslav. They ruled the region during the fragmentation of the country into small independent areas in the Read more...
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