Destinations

Rhodope Mountains

mountain range in Southeastern Europe

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Pirin National Park

National Park

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Nature Park Bulgarka

Nature park in Bulgaria

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Veliko Tarnovo

city in north central Bulgaria

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Varna

city in Bulgaria

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Rousse

city in Bulgaria

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Plovdiv

second-largest city in Bulgaria

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Gabrovo

town in Bulgaria

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Burgas

city in Bulgaria

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Sofia

capital city of Bulgaria

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Sights

Vidin

town in Bulgaria

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Nesebar

town in Bulgaria

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Blagoevgrad

city in Bulgaria

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Asenovgrad

town in Bulgaria

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Sozopol

town in Bulgaria

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Haskovo

city in Bulgaria

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Razgrad

town in Bulgaria

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Bansko

town in Bulgaria

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Samokov

town in Bulgaria

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Tryavna

town in Bulgaria

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Primorsko

town in Bulgaria

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Rila Monastery

Eastern Orthodox monastery in Bulgaria

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Chepelare

human settlement

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Srebarna Nature Reserve

lake in Bulgaria, Biosphere Reserve in Bulgaria

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Balkan Mountains

mountain range in the eastern part of the Balkan Peninsula

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Batak, Bulgaria

town in Bulgaria

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Koprivshtitsa

human settlement

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Bachkovo Monastery

monastery in Bulgaria

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National Polytechnical Museum

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Sveti Vlas

human settlement

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Albena

human settlement

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Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, Sofia

One of the largest orthodox churches worldwide and the largest in the Balkan Peninsula.

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Borovets

mountain resort in Sofia Province, Bulgaria

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Pirin

mountain range

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Strandzha

mountain range

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National Gallery for Foreign Art

Has the biggest collection of gigantic minerals in the World.

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Thracian Tomb of Kazanlak

tomb in Bulgaria

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Oborishte

village in Pazardzhik Province, Bulgaria

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Sunny Beach

human settlement

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St Nedelya Church

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Bozhentsi

village in Bulgaria

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Golden Sands

Spa Town

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Shipka Pass

mountain pass in Bulgaria

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Rupite

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Pobiti Kamani

, literally "the rocks which got hit", also outside Varna, are a bunch of gigantic rocks, standing up, in the middle of nowhere. The rocks are said to radiate energy and a lot of hippies stop by.

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Perperikon

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Madara Rider

sculpture

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Russian Church, Sofia

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Plovdiv Roman theatre

The Roman Amphitheatre, discovered in the 1970s during a construction project, is part of the pedestrian zone, and typically has merchants selling art and other items nearby.

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Pamporovo

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National Opera and Ballet of Bulgaria

During summer, open air shows in the evenings are offered.

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Rock-hewn Churches of Ivanovo

A group of monolithic churches, chapels and monasteries hewn out of solid rock and completely different from other monastery complexes in Bulgaria, located near the village of Ivanovo, 20 km south of Rousse, on the high rocky banks of the Rusenski Lom, 32 m above the river. The complex is noted for its beautiful and well-preserved medieval frescoes.

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Battenberg Mausoleum

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Banya Bashi Mosque

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Aladzha Monastery

outside Varna is a beautiful monastery, which is dug in a giant rock. The entrance fee is quite low, and it's a very beautiful, and quite weird thing to see.

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Amphitheatre of Serdica

Roman amphitheatre in Sofia, Bulgaria

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Rousse Regional Historical Museum

The Rousse Regional Historical Museum is one of the 11 regional museums of Bulgaria. It acts within the Rousse, Razgrad, and Silistra regions. The museum occupies the building of the former Battenberg Palace, previously a local court, built 1879–1882 by Friedrich Grünanger. The Rousse Regional Historical Museum was established in 1904. Its basis are the archaeological collections of Karel and Hermenguild Shkorpil, as well as of the naturalist Vasil Kovachev, which were gathered in the "Knyaz Boris" men's high school of Rousse. The museum holds approximately 140,000 items, including: prehistoric pottery and idol plastic arts. The museum features seven full-time exhibitions, three of them being open-air: the Rock-hewn Churches of Ivanovo, the Medieval city of Cherven and the Roman castle of Sexaginta Prista.

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Lions' Bridge, Sofia

A bridge over the Vladayska River near the central train station.

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Etar Architectural-Ethnographic Complex

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House of Humour and Satire

mountain pass in Bulgaria

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Cathedral of St Joseph, Sofia

Holy Masses: Sa 17:30 & Su 10:30 in Bulgarian; 12:00 in Latin; 18:00 Bulgarian

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Monument to the Tsar Liberator

equestrian monument in the centre of Sofia, the capital of Bulgaria

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Ledenika

cave in Bulgaria

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City Garden (Sofia)

architectural ensemble of three Socialist Classicism edifices in central Sofia

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Troyan Monastery

monastery

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National Transport Museum, Bulgaria

Installed on former tracks, with old trains to see.

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Eagles' Bridge, Sofia

A bridge over the Perlovska River near the centre of Sofia

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Dormition of the Mother of God Cathedral, Varna

The metropolitan Assumption of Mary Cathedral is the most famous cathedral of Varna and one of the symbols of the city.

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Baba Vida

fortress in Bulgaria

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Kaliopa House

A popular name for the Bulgarian "Urban lifestyle of Rousse" museum (Bulgarian: Къща-музей „Градския бит на Русе“), was built in 1864. According to a legend, the house was bestowed upon the beautiful Kaliopa (born Maria Kalish), the wife of the Prussian consul Kalish, by the governor of the Danubian Vilayet, Midhat Pasha, who was in love with her. The façade's design resembles the style of houses in Plovdiv. The frescoes at the upper floor were crafted in 1896. The exposition represents the role of Rousse as a gateway towards Europe, and the influx of European urban culture into Bulgaria at the end of the 19th and the beginning of the 20th century. Sample interior layouts are shown, of a drawing-room, a living-room, a music hall and a bedroom, with furniture from Vienna, as well as collections of urban clothing, of jewellery and other accessories, of silver cutlery and porcelain, which mark the changes present in the daily life of Rousse citizens. The first grand piano, imported into Bulgaria from Vienna, can be seen here.

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Sokolski Monastery

monastery

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Pantheon of National Revival Heroes

A Bulgarian national monument and an ossuary. 39 famous Bulgarians are buried in it, including Lyuben Karavelov, Zahari Stoyanov, Stefan Karadzha, Panayot Hitov, Tonka Obretenova, Nikola Obretenov, Panayot Volov, Angel Kanchev, etc.; 453 more people—participants in Botev's detachment, the Chervena Voda detachment, in the April uprising, and other revolutionaries have been honoured by writing their names in the interior. An eternal fire burns in the middle under the gold-plated dome. The Pantheon is one of the 100 Tourist Sites of Bulgaria. In order to build the Pantheon in 1977, the "All Saints" church in the old Rousse cemetery was demolished. The new building was open for visitors on 28 February 1978. After a public discussion in 2001, the Pantheon was "Christianised" by placing a cross on top of its dome. The "St Paisius of Hilendar" chapel, as well as a museum exposition, were founded then.

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Dryanovo Monastery

monastery

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Old Town (Plovdiv)

old part of Plovdiv, Bulgaria

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Central Military Club

architectural structure

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Archaeological Museum - Burgas

Variety of exhibitions, ancient Roman, Byzantine and Greek antiques.

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Sea Garden (Varna)

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Prince Alexander of Battenberg Square

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Bulgaria, officially the Republic of Bulgaria (Bulgarian: Република България), is a country in the Balkans, west of the Black Sea. It borders Romania to the north, Serbia to the northwest, North Macedonia to the southwest, Greece to the south, and Turkey to the southeast.

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