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Makak Konak Guest House: A Countryside Retreat Near Veliko Tarnovo

MAKAK KONAK GUEST HOUSE: A COUNTRYSIDE RETREAT NEAR VELIKO TARNOVO

There are times when you’re travelling where you just want to chill out in a place that feels like home so I felt lucky to find Makak Konak Guest House, a great little countryside retreat less than a fifteen minute Read more…


5 Winter Festivals in Bulgaria

If you’re thinking of traveling to Bulgaria over the coming months, or if you already live here and are looking for distractions from the cold weather, head to any of these winter festivals in Bulgaria and treat yourselves to experiences 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…


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…


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…


Architecture in Plovdiv

Like most Bulgarian cities and large towns, Plovdiv is no exception to having had a turbulent history: Thracians, Romans, Byzantines, Slavs and Ottomans have all had a huge influence in the city’s evolution which, in turn, has had a profound Read more…


A Good Egg: A Bulgarian Easter Tradition

Whether you’re religious or not, Bulgaria’s Easter tradition of dying eggs in different colours is great fun to do – with or without the kids! Our local neighbours in the village generously give us a huge bag of eggs every Read more…


Making a Move to Bulgaria?

It’s funny how a holiday destination becomes the place you want to move to and spend your foreseeable future when you least expect it. Arriving in a new country and spending a vacation there can either blind you from the Read more…


Like.Bulgaria

  Like. Bulgaria is an independent brand that just one year attracted more than 30,000 friends on facebook. The idea is graphic designer Nikolay Tonkov and the goal of the team is to promote Bulgaria to the world in a Read more…


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