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Emen Gorge

If you’re visiting Veliko Tarnovo, take some time out of the city’s attractions and visit the stunning Emen gorge, cave and waterfall. The Emen Canyon is a picturesque haven of beauty where you can walk some 50+ metres above the Read more…


Taking a Slow Train Through Bulgaria

Taking a Slow Train Through Bulgaria

It’s the small details–brass coat hooks, tiny semi-circled tables with old fashioned metal ashtrays underneath, which add a civilized edge to the journey and the otherwise shabby interior of this little train carriage. Looking out through thedirty, smudged windows, we 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…


Bambook Bamboo, Golden Sands, Varna

Bamboo Bambook, Varna

If you want the experience of the Black Sea Coast but don’t want the full on commercialism that comes with it, book a few nights at Bambook Bamboo and you’ll not want to leave! Following a track up and away Read more…


Markets in Sofia

Book Market, Sofia

Browsing through a market when you’re travelling is one of the most inspiring ways to get an insight into local culture and the markets in Sofia are no exception with its contrasting bazaars where you can have a rummage around 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…


Top 5: Bulgarian Souvenirs to Give as Presents

(…or to keep for yourself!) It’s a perfect time to showcase traditional crafts and local produce from Bulgaria which has an abundance of unique gift ideas that will suit most people’s taste. With the notion of doubling up for Christmas Read more…


Hiker’s Hostel, Veliko Tarnovo

Hikers Hostel, Veliko Tarnovo

Staying in Hiker’s Hostel is more like staying with an adopted family than a visiting a hostel – you’re instantly made to feel relaxed with traditional food and drink freely being served on the large terrace, and Mila, the manager, 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…


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