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The Bulgarian Black Sea coast is famous for its long, sandy beaches. Let’s see the five largest of them all.

Beyond Bulgaria’s most famous spots, there are many stunning destinations waiting to be discovered

Discover the beauty of Bulgaria through these stunning pictures. 10 amazing photos, 10 breathtaking places.

With its cozy cobblestone streets and charming houses with wooden bow-windows, Tryavna is one of the most beautiful towns in Bulgaria. It’s a gem of Bulgarian Revival architecture and an excellent place for relaxing walks.

Bulgaria’s picturesque northern Black Sea coast is full of wonderful natural and historical sights. If you’re planning a holiday in this area, here are some spots no to be missed during your visit.

When it comes to lakes, Rila has a lot to offer as there are nearly 200 glacial lakes in the mountain range. Let’s take a look at some of the most exciting ones.

The beautiful village of Bozhentsi preserved the spirit of the past. It is one of the most impressive architectural reserves in Bulgaria and a well-known tourist spot. Stepping into this fabulous place feels like time travel.

Hidden deep in the Rhodope Mountains, Devil’s Bridge is full of mystical beauty, surrounded by beautiful nature and impressive views. Devil’s Bridge is built in a picturesque gorge over Arda, the longest Rhodope river, 420 m above sea level. The gorge is flanked on both sides by steep, wooded slopes.

Surrounded by spruce forests, Shiroka Laka is a village picturesquely situated in the heart of the Rhodope Mountains. The romantic setting with cobbled streets and arched bridges, together with the peaceful, quiet environment and clean mountain air make it a popular tourist destination.


Sofia is the capital and largest city of Bulgaria with a population of 1.33 million. It is situated at the foothills of the 2290-m-high Vitosha mountain. Thanks to its location, Sofia is not just a city with rich culture and history, but a great hiking base and ski resort as well.

Plovdiv is the second largest city of Bulgaria with a population of 347 000, also considered as the country’s cultural capital. It is supposedly the oldest continuously inhabited city in Europe with many well preserved ancient monuments.


Located deep in a beautiful valley, the Rila Monastery is a UNESCO World Heritage site and one of the top tourist attractions of the Balkans with around 1 million visitors a year.

Situated in the rocks of the picturesque valley of the river Rusenski Lom, the Basarbovo Monastery is the only active monastery in Bulgaria. It’s a place that is rich in history, nature, and mysticism.


Bulgaria’s 378-km-long, picturesque Black Sea coastline is dotted with beaches of golden sand, river valleys, estuaries and ancient towns. It is the most important tourist destination of the country during the summer season, attracting millions of foreign and local tourists every year. The Bulgarian Riviera, as it is often referred to, has more than 130 km of sandy beaches and dozens of sea resorts.

Rila is the highest mountain range in Bulgaria and on the whole Balkan Peninsula. It is situated in southwestern Bulgaria, only about 70 km from Sofia. Rila is one of Bulgaria’s most popular tourist attractions hosting the Rila Monastery, the Seven Rila Lakes, ski resorts, many hiking routes and hot springs.

Discovered accidentally in the rocky gorge of the river Cherni Lom, Orlova Chuka is one of the most fascinating caves in Bulgaria and the second longest in the country.

One of the most popular waterfalls in Bulgaria is located only 20 km from Veliko Tarnovo – the old capital of Bulgaria.



The longest pedestrian street in Europe is located in Plovdiv, Bulgaria. “The Main”, as it is often referred to, forms a pedestrian zone that is almost 1.8 km long. It is a landmark of the city itself with many galleries, shops, restaurants, bars and cafés.

Seaside resorts, towns and beaches


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We truly believe that Bulgaria is one of the most exciting countries in Europe, a hidden treasure in the heart of the Balkans. Our goal is to provide useful travel guides and practical information for visitors of the country, and in the same time, to highlight the beauty and values of Bulgaria. To showcase its amazing nature, history, culture and cuisine – all the things that make Bulgaria exciting. That’s why we are

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