The Belogradchik Cliffs, a unique natural phenomenon, are roughly 30 km long and 6-7 km wide. The cliffs extend from west to east beginning at Vedernik Peak (1124 m) near the city of Belogradchik and skirting the villages of Borovitsa and Belotini. The Belogradchik Cliffs were sculpted by natural forces over a ...Read more
The national historical-archeological reserve “Madara” is located 17 km northeast of Shumen, 2 km from the village of Madara and 75 km from Varna. Towering cliffs, beautiful natural surroundings, and plentiful water drew people here from the dawn of history. First settled during the Neolithic Age (the ...Read more
Nesebar Architectural-Historical Reserve is located in the Old Town and takes the form of an 850 m long and 350 m wide peninsula. The Old Town was declared an architectural-historical reserve of national importance by virtue of Ordinance No 243 of the Council of Ministers of 18 July 1956. In 1983 Old ...Read more
The Palace is the former summer residence of the Romanian Queen Maria Alexandrina Victoria de Edinburg (1875 – 1938). It is situated approximately 2 km south-west of Balchik in a beautiful locality between the Balchik rocks and the sea. The Palace is a designated archeological and constructional monument of ...Read more
Architectural and Museum Reserve Tsarevets is one of the most frequented tourist sites in Bulgaria. It is located on Tsarevets Hill in the old part of the town of Veliko Tarnovo. The hill was first settled as early as the 3rd millennium BC. In the 5th and 6th centuries it housed the largest city of the ...Read more
The Architectural And Ethnographic Complex Etar is situated on the outskirts of the town of Gabrovo. It is an open air museum. The purpose of which is to present the architecture and the style of life in Gabrovo and the region during the second half of the 18th century and the beginning of the 19th century. ...Read more
The Antique Theater in Plovdiv is situated in the Old Town, in the saddle between the two hills – Dzhambaz and Taksim Tepe. It was built in the beginning of the 2nd century AD during the ruling of Emperor Trayan (98 – 117 AD). It is one of the best preserved antique theaters in the world. It was declared ...Read more
Aladzha Monastery is situated in a beautiful area 14 km north of Varna, near Zlatni Pyasatsi Resort (Golden Sands Resort), in the centre of Zlatni Pyasatsi Nature Park (Golden Sands Nature Park). There are no reliable historical records as to when the monastery was established, but there is evidence that it ...Read more
Ancient Plovdiv Architectural Reserve is a well-preserved complex where on a relatively small area visitors can take walks through different historical ages, see ancient buildings adapted to the modern way of life and feel the spirit of the town from the Bulgarian Revival Period. The Old Town, as the ...Read more
Boyana Church of St. Nicholas and St. Pantaleimon is situated at the foot of Vitosha Mountain, in Boyana Housing Estate in Sofia. It is one of the few medieval monuments of Christian art that have survived until the present day. The church is one of the 100 Tourist Sites of Bulgaria and was included in the ...Read more
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National Folklore Festival of Rozhen
Every 4th year in August, Bulgarians of all over the country gather below the peak of Rozhen for a festival, where singers and ...
Village of Momchilovtsi
The village of Momchilovtsi is situated in South Bulgaria, in the heart of the Central Rhodope Mountain. It is situated high in the ...
Village of Durankulak
The village of Durankulak is the northernmost Bulgarian Black Sea coast settlement, situated 18 km north of the town of Shabla at a distance ...
Memorial Temple “St. Petka of Bulgaria” – village of Rupite
The Memorial Temple “St. Petka of Bulgaria” is situated in the village of Rupite, 10 km northeast of the town of Petrich. The church was ...
St. Atanasius Monastery, village of Zlatna Livada
The monastery “St. Atanasius” is situated on a hill above the village of Zlatna Livada, at a distance of about 15 km from Chirpan. It ...