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Monument to the Soviet Army, Sofia

Taking a stroll around the oldest park in Sofia amongst the skaters and young drinkers, a huge monument is the only view that really draws your attention. Standing at 34 feet, it portrays a Bulgarian man (worker) and woman (peasant) Read more…


Roman Day at Nicopolis ad Istrum

Roman Day at the archaeological reserve,  Nicopolis ad Istrum, was visited by hundreds of people on Sunday and hailed as a great success to what will be a future event to encourage tourism into the village of Nikyup, just north of Read more…


Events in Veliko Tarnovo: April

There’s a lot happening in Veliko Tarnovo over the next few days so it’s going to be a busy week! If you live nearby or are visiting the area then it’s a good time to come to enjoy the festivities. Read more…


Veliko Tarnovo Day

Veliko Tarnovo is accustomed to vibrant festivities but not even Bulgaria’s national holidays of Independence and Liberation Days have matched the hordes of revelers that the city experienced for the city’s weekend of celebrations which climaxed on the 22nd March. Read more…


Art Hostel Sofia

Entering the garden, you are struck by the vibrant images created by various artists that adorn the walls surrounding the greenery. Every bit of wall space has been painted or sprayed with graffiti-like art which reveals itself as an open Read more…


Liberation Day

  The Bulgarian people commemorate Liberation Day on the 3rd of March in celebration of the liberation of the Ottoman Empire in 1878 when the treaty of San Stefano was signed.   Months later, they were finally freed from nearly 500 years Read more…


The Secret Hotel, Bansko

Tucked away in the forest a few kilometres out of Bankso enroute to Chalog Velin, The Secret Hotel opened its first season under new management this winter. Food, rooms, parties and, the even more recently launched, Secret Park – incorporating Read more…


Sledging in Bansko

Feeling quite alien to the world of a ski resort, it was with some trepidation that I entered the realm of the Bansko gondola and ski slopes amongst the crowds of people swathed in trendy ski gear and expensive looking Read more…


Rose Festival, Kazanluk

During the first weekend in June, all roads lead to Kazanluk, aka, The Valley of Roses.  Having followed the convoy of tourist buses and cars passed the rose fields that spread out across the dotted pink landscape around us, we Read more…