Top 10 Places To Visit in Bulgaria | Top Things to See & Do in Bulgaria | Bulgaria Tourism
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Varna is a port town and seashore hold up on Bulgaria's Black Sea, bordering the waterfront motels of Golden Sands, St. Konstantin and Albena. it's outstanding for the Gold of Varna, 6,000-12 months-antique Thracian circles found in a necropolis. the jewels' appeared inside the Archeological Museum, together with Greek, Roman and Ottoman relics. A bar-secured waterfront prom fronts nineteenth-century Primorski Park.
2. Veliko Tarnovo
Veliko Tarnovo is a city in north fundamental Bulgaria and the authority point of convergence of Veliko Tarnovo Province. Wikipedia
Sofia is the capital of the Balkan state of Bulgaria. It's in the west of the bound together states of america, underneath Vitosha Mountain.
The city's memorable focuses reflect more critical than 2,000 years of records, which fuse Greek, Roman, Ottoman and Soviet occupation. Medieval Boyana Church has thirteenth-century frescoes. worked by the Romans in the fourth century, St. George Rotunda Church has medieval additionally, Ottoman trimming dating to the tenth century.
Zheravna Bulgarian: Жеравна is a town in boss eastern Bulgaria, an a part of Kotel region, Sliven Province. Wikipedia
Burgas, once in a while transliterated as Bourgas, is the second greatest town at the Bulgarian Black coastline and the fourth-greatest in Bulgaria after Sofia, Plovdiv, and Varna, with a people of 211,033 ... Wikipedia
6. Rila Monastery
The Monastery of Saint Ivan of Rila, generally called the Rila Monastery is the most fundamental and most clearly comprehended jap Orthodox religious group in Bulgaria. Wikipedia
oversee: 2643 Rilski manastir, Bulgaria
Bansko is a city in southwestern Bulgaria, arranged at the foot of the Pirin Mountains at a tallness of 927 m above sea sort out. it's far a predominant ski motel. Wikipedia
Pamporovo is a famous ski motel in Smolyan Province, southern Bulgaria, one of the impressive regarded in Southeastern Europe.
it's far set among Norway spruce boondocks and is normally gone to at some stage in the stormy atmosphere for snowboarding and snowboarding. Wikipedia
9. Pirin countrywide Park
Pirin national Park is a countrywide stop that conceals the more noteworthy a part of the Pirin Mountains in south-west Bulgaria, spreading over a region of 403.56 km². Wikipedia
Belogradchik is a town in Vidin Province, Northwestern Bulgaria, the authority point of convergence of the homonymous Belogradchik
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24 Hours in Sofia - TRAVEL GUIDE VIDEO TOUR (Sofia, Bulgaria)
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National Palace of Culture (Национален дворец на културата)
Cathedral Saint Aleksandar Nevski (Катедрала „Свети Александър Невски“)
Regional History Museum - Sofia (Регионален исторически музей София)
Vitosha Boulevard (Main Street with Shops)
Sofia Central Station (Train Station)
Casino Sofia (Didn't like this place at all! Horrible!)
Central Sofia Market Hall & Flea Markets
Presidency Building (Changing of the Guard in Bulgaria)
Day of Hristo Botev Sirens (Loud Siren for National Heroes Day)
In Sofia, there is plenty to see and do in 24 hours! We in fact had a couple of days here! The hotel (Scotty's Boutique Hotel) was very cheap and cosy too!
Sofia ( SOH-fee-ə, SOF-; Bulgarian: Со́фия, romanized: Sofiya, IPA: [ˈsɔfijə] (listen)) is the capital and largest city of Bulgaria. The city is at the foot of Vitosha Mountain in the western part of the country. Being in the centre of the Balkan peninsula, it is midway between the Black Sea and the Adriatic Sea, and closest to the Aegean Sea.Sofia has been an area of human habitation since at least 7000 BC. The recorded history of Sofia begins with the attestation of the conquest of Serdica by the Roman Republic in 29 BC from the Celtic tribe Serdi, raided by Huns in 343-347 AD and 447 AD, conquered by Visigoths in 376-382 AD, conquered by Avars and Slavs in 617 AD, and on 9th April, 809 Serdica was surrendered to Krum of Bulgaria. In 1018, the Byzantines ended Bulgarian rule, while in 1040 it was shortly restored. The town was conquered by the Pechenegs in 1048 and 1078, by the Magyars and Serbs in 1183, and by the Crusaders in 1095 and 1190. The rule of the Second Bulgarian Empire lasted from 1194 until its conquest by the Ottomans in 1382.. From 1520 to 1836, Sofia was the regional capital of Rumelia Eyalet, the Ottoman Empire's key province in Europe. Bulgarian rule was restored in 1878. During World War II Sofia was bombarded by the UK and US Air Forces and at the end of the war, it was seized by the Soviet Army.
Being Bulgaria's primate city, Sofia is a hometown of many of the major local universities, cultural institutions and commercial companies. Sofia is one of the top 10 best places for start-up businesses in the world, especially in information technologies, according to Bulgarian National Television. Sofia was Europe's most affordable capital to visit in 2013.The population of Sofia declined down from 70,000 in the late 18th century, through 19,000 in 1870, to 11,649 in 1878 and began increasing. Sofia hosts some 1.23 million residents within a territory of 492 km2, a concentration of 17.5% of the country population within the 200th percentile of the country territory. The urban area of Sofia hosts some 1.54 million residents within 5723 km², which comprises Sofia City Province and parts of Sofia Province (Dragoman, Slivnitsa, Kostinbrod, Bozhurishte, Svoge, Elin Pelin, Gorna Malina, Ihtiman, Kostenets) and Pernik Province (Pernik, Radomir), representing 5.16% of the country territory. The metropolitan area of Sofia is based upon one hour of car travel time, stretches internationally and includes Dimitrovgrad in Serbia. Unlike most European metropolitan areas, it is not to be defined as a substantially functional metropolitan area, but is of the type with limited variety of functions. The metropolitan region of Sofia is inhabited by a population of 1.68 million and is made up of the whole provinces Sofia City, Sofia and Pernik, comprising more than 10,000 km².
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David's Been Here's epic road trip through Bulgaria takes him to the capital, where David explore the best sights in Sofia. Known for its history, thriving nightlife, and celebrated restaurant scene, Sofia is a must for any traveler headed to the Bulgaria or the Balkans. In this episode David showcases the best sights in Sofia, exploring the remains of the ancient Roman city of Serdica.
With a history spanning thousands of years, it no wonder there has been so much uncovered in Sofia. First stop featured here is at the illustrious Neo-Byzantine Alexander Nevsky Cathedral. It is one of the largest Eastern Orthodox Churches in the world! As you can see, the interior walls are beautifully painted with religious scenes and saints. From the outside the Cathedral stands out from the rest of the skyline with its signature gold-plated dome.
Next stop on the tour takes David underground to see the remains of the ancient fortress of Serdika. The fortress's eastern gate is visible in the underpass between the Presidency and the Council of Ministers in Sofia. The remains found here were excavated in the late 1990s and preserved for all to see.
Housed within what formally was the largest Ottoman Mosque in Sofia is the National Archaeological Museum, a beautiful open space of artifacts spanning millennia (Early, Middle and Late Paleolithic collection, Neolithic collection, Chalcolithic collection, and Bronze Age). There are also collections from ancient Thrace, Greece and Rome to the late Middle Ages. The museum's most priceless item, the gold Thracian burial mask, is also on display.
No visit to Sofia is complete without a stroll along the pedestrian-friendly Vitosha Boulevard. Named after a nearby mountain, Vitosha Boulevard is a shopper's heaven, with dozens of high-fashion labels and boutiques along the way. Vitosha Boulevard is the main commercial street in the city. It is filled with people day and night, which makes it a popular place for tourists to stay. David's hotel, Le Fleurs, is a fantastic boutique hotel with a great central location.
David then makes a stop to see the remains of the ancient Serdica Amphitheatre, or Arena di Serdica. What is left has been preserved and is free for anyone to see. The Serdica Amphitheatre is situated in the basement level of the Arena di Serdica Hotel in the city center. If you pay close attention, you will see paw prints in ceramic stone made over 7 centuries years ago!
After the Amphitheatre, David is off to see the St. George Church Rotunda (Sveti George). Enclosed in a courtyard between the Sheraton Hotel and the Presidency, St. George Church is believed to be the oldest monument in the city, dating back to the beginning of the 4th century A.D. For a small entrance fee visitors can enter to see the multi-layered murals on the church walls. Around the St. George Church there are fragments of buildings from ancient Serdica.
Last but not least David makes it to St. Sofia Church (Sveta Sofia). Built in the 6th century A.D. the St. Sofia Church is the second oldest church in Sofia. From the outside it may not look like much, but David got the chance to head underneath the church to check out the preserved Roman necropolis. This underground museum holds some of the most significant archaeological finds in the Balkans. The museum features remains of over 50 tombs, mosaics and artefacts dating back to Byzantine and Roman times that can be seen on several underground levels.
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0:00 ► DEVETASHKA CAVE
The Devetàshka cave ( #Devetàshka #peshterà as it is pronounced in #Bulgarian) is a picturesque karst cave near Veliko Tarnovo.
Discovered in 1921 by Bulgarian explorers, the cave went a number of years without being recognized for its cultural heritage and was even used as an oil depot in the 1950s. Today, Devetashka is a protected national landmark of national and international significance and has been declared a monument of culture.
0:30 ► CAPE KALIAKRA
Cape Kaliakra is one of the most beautiful and historic Capes in #Europe. Situated close to the #RomanianBorder, it is a favorite stop for tourists looking for pretty sights and interesting historic places to visit north of Varna.
0:48 ► BALCHIK PALACE
The palace and the botanical garden in Balchik joined in an architectural and park complex, are a piece of heaven on earth and a must-see tourist attraction on the Bulgarian #BlackSeaCoast
The official name of the palace was the Quiet Nest Palace. It was constructed between 1926 and 1937, during the Romanian control of the region, for the needs of #QueenMarieofRomania
1:11 ► ORLOVA CHUKA CAVE
The Orlova Chuka Cave is a work of nature with unique beauty and one of the most interesting caves in Bulgaria. Since 1963 it is a natural landmark and since 1978 it is an archeological cultural monument with national importance.
Orlova Chuka cave's name is connected with the name of the cliff where is its entrance. In the near past, there were eagles living there.
1:43 ► KRUSHUNA WATERFALLS
The Krushunskiye are a series of waterfalls in northern Bulgaria, near the village of Krushuna, Letnitsa Municipality, 34 km from the city of Lovech. They are famous with their picturesque landscape and are formed by many travertines.
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Bulgaria Vacation Travel Video Guide
Travel video about destination Bulgaria.
Bulgaria is located in the extreme south east of Europe, a country of natural splendour, fairy-tale like villages, ancient ruins, and monasteries with remarkable frescos as well as a culture that is between both Orient and Occident. Sofia, the ‘wise woman’ and, since 1879, capital of the new Bulgaria, a city whose roots date back to the fifth century B.C. Once Thracians settled, then followed Romans, Goths, Huns and Ottomans. At the end of the nineteenth century the city’s appearance changed from Oriental to European into a dynamic metropolis. Sofia’s historic city centre features the most splendid sacred building in the Balkan Peninsula, the Aleksandâr Nevski Cathedral, a work of art of the Russian Orthodox religion that can accommodate a congregation of more than five thousand. Vidin is dominated by the Baba Vida Fortress whose impressive towers and bastion date back to the thirteenth century. From the banks of the Danube the north western entrances to the mediaeval realm were strictly controlled and the fortress protected it from invasion by ship. Varna is the biggest city on the Black Sea coast and is one of Europe’s oldest cities. The golden, shining domes of the impressive cathedral in the city centre are one of its main landmarks. The caves of western Rhodopes are the main destination for many of the region’s visitors, such as the Jagodina Cave that is ten kilometres long and extends up to five levels within the limestone mountains. It is the longest and deepest of the Rhodopes and its tunnels and huge galleries feature traces of prehistoric inhabitants. Bulgaria – on the border of both Occident and Orient - a country full of history and natural beauty with authentic culture and overwhelming hospitality. A colourful mixture of fascinating tribes with a large variety of tradition and, according to legend, a part of paradise that God gifted to the Bulgarian people!
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Bulgaria's Natural Wonders - Timelapse & Travel Video
Beautiful lavender fields might be associated more with the Provence, region in France, however Bulgaria had become world leader in the production and export of lavender oil in recent years and that goes hand in hand with increased amount of lavender fields across the country. Vising lavender fields during peak time is a pure joy from visual perspective, enhanced by the mesmerizing lavender smell with sound of countless busy bees collecting lavender nectar for honey production.
It is certainly not only lavender fields that Bulgaria has to offer. It is a home to some of the most spectacular caves I've ever visited (and I've visited fair share of those). Maybe the most famous is Prohodna karst cave with two large holes resembling two giant eyes. Devetashka Cave is equally impressive with its amazing structure. When visiting Bridge of God (Boji most) natural phenomenon one wonders how this incredible natural formation was created in seemingly in the middle of nowhere. Vratsa Karst Nature Reserve covers an area of spectacular rocky slopes and outcrops with vertical rock walls of gorges. There are many great waterfalls to visit as well, might be Krushuna falls or Sitovo Waterfalls in Rhodope mountains.
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Beautiful Black Sea coast of Bulgaria (Balkan Road Trip 01)
Sozopol, Nesebar (near sunny beach) & Varna (golden sands) at the Black Sea coast of Bulgaria are the first stops on our Balkan Road Trip.
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We show you the best things to do at the black sea coast of Bulgaria in this episode and give tips for excursions and tours you should do when you visit.
Bulgaria has so much more sights than just the beaches like golden sands and sunny beach - it also has more things to do than just drinking cheap alcohol and joining the parties:
The ancient towns of Sozopol and Nesebar are amongst the oldest cities of Bulgaria and are very nice located - totally worth a visit!
Varna is one of the biggest cities of the country and therefore a bit more hustling and bustling, but if you head out of town e.g. to Raponggi Beach you also find some quiet spots to relax.
Especially the coast north of Varna with it's cliffs is very stunning, the following spots have been our favorite places at the black sea coast:
- Cape Kaliakra
- Thracian Cliffs Golf & Beach Resort
- Botanical Garden of Balchik
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