Bulgaria is an all year round destination for travel and tourism. In this section, you can find rich information about your unforgettable and emotional vacation in Bulgaria.
We present attractive holiday destinations, urban and rural holidays, mountain hikes, eco routes, places for sports and other outdoor entertainment. We also tell you about unique sites of cultural tourism, customs, folklore fairs, concerts, festivals, etc.
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Koprivshtitsa is bringing together the admirers and fans of Bulgarian folk traditions from around the world at the 12th National Fair of Folk Art . The large-scale forum is taking place between August 5-7...
The participants in the 12 th edition of the National Fair of Bulgarian Folk Art in Koprivshtitsa are over 6,500 , it became clear at the press conference the day before the star of the large-scale forum. On August 5, 6 and 7, on..
The picturesque village of Staro Zhelezare nestled in Bulgaria’s Sredna Gora Mountain hosts the traditional StreetArt Festival 2022, which will last until August 12. This year, the team of young artists from Poland and Bulgaria is preparing murals..
Crystal-clear seawater, sheer cliffs and steppe vegetation – there are many places like this to the North of Varna where the road winding across the Dobrudzha plateau leads up to Kamen Bryag and Yailata . The high shores here are studded with..
With its velvet sandy beaches and good value for money, Kiten is very popular among Bulgarian holidaymakers, though not so much among foreign tourists. The small resort town is located close to Mount Strandzha, some 5 kms from Primorsko and 55 kms South..
The Road Trip Index 2022 by the leading world travel application KAYAK breaks down 33 countries by 24 individual factors depending on what they each offer and the type of trip one wants to take. The rankings from this study are divided into five..
The largest historical museum in Bulgaria has a new exhibition space dedicated to the Late Antiquity period - a time of significant political, economic and religious changes in the lands of modern-day Bulgaria. The period also saw the first..
The town of Haskovo is a gateway to the Eastern Rhodopes, which in turn abound with trails exploring the historical past. But before heading out into the countryside, we recommend the enthusiastic tourist to take a stroll around the town, which boasts..
Dinosaurs will be the main characters in this year's edition of the Festival of Sand Scupltures in Bulgaria’s coastal city Burgas. The reason? "Everyone loves the previous rulers of our planet which mysteriously disappeared 65 million years ago!", reads..
In May, the municipality of Troyan reported strong tourist presence. Judging by the reservations, an even greater influx of tourists is expected in the coming months, Daria Zarichinova - a representative of the Regional Tourist Association Tour Club..