About Bulgaria

Bulgaria is amongst the highest ranking European countries when it comes to bio variety. The diverse natural resources guarantee the existence of a vast variety of animal species, some of which are only found in Bulgaria, and some are facing extinction. Bulgaria has over 29,000 animal species. The country has a treasury of endemic plants – from 3700 in total, 170 are announced to be endemic for the country, and around 200 for the Balkan Peninsula.

For those who love nature, Bulgaria is the place to be. You can appreciate the full experience of hiking the numerous eco trails, where one can see the most beautiful places and unique landscapes in Bulgaria. The different length and level of difficulty of the eco trails will satisfy every taste.

To get to know Bulgaria, one has to dive into its authenticity, to taste the product of its nature, to backpack across the country and to gather bouquets of memories and impressions. The variety of Bulgarian nature offers abundant opportunities for engaging outdoor activities – one can hike around the many eco trails in the National Parks and preservation areas, observe rare animal and bird species or visit caves and landmarks. Bulgaria has a dense net of eco trails.

The eco-friendly outdoor activities are easily combined with the opportunity to enjoy rural and alternative tours. One can get acquainted with the authentic Bulgarian folklore and can stay in a traditional vintage village house in the regions of Rila, Pirin, The Rodopi Mountains, Strandzha, Stara Planina (the Balkan Range), the Upper Thracian valley, the Danube and the Black Sea Coast regions. Many villages offer organised events such as horse riding, crafts, hiking to a nearby landmarks, folklore nights and various outdoor activities.

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Welcome to Bulgaria

Useful Information

Dear guests,
We are happy to welcome you to our beautiful country. With this brochure we would like to suggest useful information concerning your visit to Bulgaria, so it would be as pleasant and problem-free as possible.
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Bulgaria

Guide

Bulgaria is like a miniature of all natural beauties - you can see and enjoy magnificent mountain ridges, cozy sand and stone beaches, scenic tectonic and glacial lakes, patchwork plains, green pastures and deep caves. Discover-Bulgaria

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Architectural Reserves

During the Bulgarian Revival - 18th - 19th century, when the Bulgarian craftsmen and merchants broadened their horizons and opened to Europe and the world, many European cultural influences entered our lands. Arhitekturni-rezervati

The East Coast of the Balkans

Bulgarian Wine

Bulgaria has several millennia of wine production under its belt. Granted, Bulgarian production has been fraught with challenges for the past 60 years or so, mostly owing to the Communist government’s launch of Vinprom at the end of World War II. bulgarian-wine

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Cultural Treasures of Bulgaria Architectural Masterpieces - Houses, Churches, Monasteries, Wine and Cuisine, Bulgarian Mountains Winter Tales from Bulgaria, Magnificent Black Sea Shore, Beauty and Health from 600 Mineral Springs! Discover-Bulgaria-short

Discover Bulgaria

Your exciting adventure

Cultural Treasures of Bulgaria Architectural Masterpieces - Houses, Churches, Monasteries, Wine and Cuisine, Bulgarian Mountains Winter Tales from Bulgaria, Magnificent Black Sea Shore, Beauty and Health from 600 Mineral Springs! Bulgaria-discovered-Guide

Revival Period

Architecture of Residential Buildings

The paper considers house architecture in Bulgarian lands during the Revival period – from the end of 18th century to the end of 19th century. The paper also examines the impact of climate, religion, livelihood, etc. on the development of different regional types. architecture

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Pilgrimage Tourism

Bulgaria carries the heritage of many ancient civilizations - Prehistoric communities, race, ancient Greece, Rome, Byzantium, Bulgaria and the Islam world all left their marks on these lands. bulgaria-pilgrimage-tourism