The Ministry of Tourism has been working successfully with Israel. "In 2019 Bulgaria was visited by 244,000 Israeli tourists. This year we are making progress after the pandemic and I can boldly say that next year we would reach this..
For the third year in a row, Plovdiv celebrates the festival of wines from local grape varieties. It is dedicated to Bulgarian wine and named after one of the most valued and old Bulgarian varieties, Mavrud. The initiative aims to attract interest to..
The town of Koprivshtitsa is a real architectural jewel because of its well-preserved appearance from the 19 th century. Unlike other historical places in Bulgaria, you will not see any signs of neglect here. The streets are clean, and most of the..
Bulgaria’s sea capital, as Varna has been dubbed, is one of Forbes’ “Five underrated cities to visit across the Balkans". “Though often..