Bulgarian mountains may look very tempting for hiking during the weekend in springtime. People who do not often hike imagine the mountain very much like a nearby park with green trees, blossoming grasses and bird songs over our heads. Only the..
In the early morning of St. George's Day, people from all over the country will take a journey back in time to get in touch with the beauty of nature and the purity of the human soul. And while the train is moving along the narrow-gauge line..
There are so many places around Sofia offering enjoyable strolls to well-trained or weekend hikers. There is one hiking route in the region of Eleshnitsa village that is particularly suited for hikers of the second variety. An intercity bus..
Two hours by train from Sofia and one reaches the town of Boboshevo on the two banks of the Struma River at the foot of the Vlahina Mountain. The village of Skrino is nearby. It is where in 876 the heavenly patron of Bulgaria – St. Ivan Rilski..
What is truly exciting for today's kids? It is hard to answer this question as throughout most of the day their attention is fully dedicated to their electronic devices. Walking down the street with eyes fixed on small shiny screens they do not..
National statistics reported growth of 18.6% over the initial 2 months of 2017. Winter tourism has contributed the most to the good result, as this country has offered some of the best skiing conditions within the whole of Europe due to abundant..
Rila is one of the most popular and accessible mountains in Bulgaria. Many tourist sites attract thousands of tourists and skiers in all seasons. Malyovitsa resort is among Rila's most visited resorts. It offers excellent conditions for skiing..
On 24 February, one of the biggest parks in the Balkans and in Europe, located in Mount Rila in western Bulgaria turns 25, having been declared as such on this day in 1992. To begin with, with the aim of preserving biological diversity and rare..
Bulgaria's capital Sofia and other important landmarks already gained popularity among tourists from Western Europe and the Balkan countries. According to data of Eurostat, the number of European citizens visiting Bulgaria has seen a..
The first of its kind interactive guide of Sofia with GPS has recently started to function. The E-STORY mobile application offers a tour not only in space, but also in time. We met with Nadezhda Todorova, an expert in languages and literature..