Once not so popular tourist destination, the westernmost part of West Bulgaria, where mountains Zavalka, Lyubash, Ruy, Cherna Gora, Golo Bardo and Konyavska meet, has become a true discovery for the fans of tourism in the past ten years. The..
"Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover." These are..
The town of Belitsa is situated in the heart of the Rila-Rhodope mountain range. It is surrounded by ancient forests in a place where three magical Bulgarian mountains (Rila, Pirin and the Rhodopes) meet. The town is an administrative center..
The BIKEandzhii biking race will be held on 2 June in the Central Balkan Range town of Apriltsi. The message of the race which coincides with the opening of the tourist season in the mountain town is the protection of the natural environment...
Mayors of 12 municipalities from the region of Burgas have united for the sake of creating a tourist cluster aimed to boost the development of tourism in the region. Work on creating South Black Sea Coast Region began in 2016 in response to the..
From April 19 to 21 Bulgaria’s town of Veliko Tarnovo hosts the traditional international exhibition Cultural Tourism. The 15 th edition of the exhibition will be held at Vasil Levski Palace of Culture and Sports. Over 60 participants will..
Bulgaria has been attracting a growing number of foreign tourists and thanks to the low-cost airlines Sofia has become ever more accessible. Young backpackers have been touring around the capital’s landmarks. Special digital audio guides are..
Even though just three months have passed since the beginning of the year, people have already started thinking about ways of spending the perfect summer holiday. Some choose to relax at home, while others prefer traveling across the country...
On 3 April, 1879, the Constituent Assembly, sitting in the old Bulgarian capital Turnovo proclaimed Sofia capital of free Bulgaria. “Different towns were considered as prospective capitals of the country – Sofia, Plovdiv, Turnovo...
The first peak of tourism in Bulgaria is expected over the forthcoming Easter holidays and at the end of the winter season. Some 330,000 Bulgarians have been preparing to travel through the 4 festive days - 280,000 of those will do that within..