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Visit Tsarevets and Trapezitsa Fortresses in Veliko Tarnovo

Visit Tsarevets and Trapezitsa Fortresses in Veliko Tarnovo

Visit Tsarevets Fortress It’s safe to say that the biggest attraction In Veliko Tarnovo is the Tsarevets Fortress that dominates the landscape of the city. Tourists, from Bulgaria and beyond, flock to visit the ‘castle on the hill’ and wander Read more…


Monument of Bulgarian-Russian Friendship, Varna

Climbing through a small hole in the wall that someone has hammered out just enough bricks to squeeze through, I am starting to have second thoughts about what’s ahead of the darkness on the other side. One by one, and Read more…


FREE Tours in Sofia

free tours in Sofia

Few people would argue that one of the best ways to see a city would be to take a tour through the streets and iconic landmarks where you can discover a city through the eyes of a local. With so Read more…


Pobitite Kamani: Stone Forest, Varna

I am standing amongst a lost kingdom where tall, eroded stones appear to have risen out of the sand and been left in total abandonment amid a land that time forgot. Standing large and silent, they look out to the Read more…


Samovodska Night Bazaar

This year’s Samovodska Night Bazaar festival on 19th September promises to be an even bigger affair than previous years with more involvement from Bulgaria’s cultural heritage supporters and includes local artisans demonstrating their crafts during the day with traditional live Read more…


Free Veliko Turnovo Walking Tour

Free Veliko Turnovo Walking Tours

Whether you’re familiar with the sights of Veliko Tarnovo and know how to navigate yourself around, or if you’re a first time traveller to the city, taking the Free Walking Tour will offer you a unique insight into Bulgarian history Read more…


Step Back in Time to Tryavna

Strolling through the neat, cobbled streets, traditional white-washed buildings designed with characteristic state roofs, overhanging eaves and wooden shutters, will indulge you with a real glimpse of architectural splendour from the Bulgarian National Revival Period. Despite the cold day, inside the windowed Read more…


Rock On at Belogradchik

It was a spontaneous decision to take a detour from our journey to see ‘some rocks’. We had just entered Bulgaria by taking a ferry boat across the Danube and into Vidin, a municipality in the north-west. Having driven for Read more…


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…