Bulgaria is known for its Black Sea coastline which has long stretches of sandy beaches dotted with, traditional fishing villages and historical sites.
Referred to as the Pearl of Black Sea, the historic town of Nessebar dates back to antiquity when it was founded as a Thracian settlement.
Ride the chairlift up into the Rila Mountains, hike around the magnificent Seven Rila Lakes trail, soak in the Sapareva Banya thermal baths.
One of the oldest towns on Bulgaria’s Black Sea coastline, Sozopol is a popular fishermen’s village. The town is small enough for a casual stroll.
A group of glacial lakes located in Rila Mountains. The lakes are located one above the other in a mountain valley by streams and waterfalls.
Explore Bulgaria’s magnificent mountain wilderness in style on this 1-hour ski-doo snow safari in Borovets. Then hop onto your ski-doo.
Known as Jerusalem of Bulgaria, this picturesque monastery in the forested mountains. You will be stunned by the perfect harmony of the church.
Explore Bulgaria’s beautiful countryside on horseback and discover a relaxing pace of life outside the city on this 7-hour Balkan horse riding adventure.
Plovdiv, the second largest city in Bulgaria, an old town on a hill. The city was founded some 6,000 years ago and developed on seven hills.
Belogradchik Fortress is a stunning outcrop of rocks, unique and picturesque, that it seems to have been lifted straight out of a Disney fairytale.
Walking the narrow alleyways of the village of Koprivshtitsa, Inside the colorful houses, representatives of Bulgarian National Revival architecture.
It is located in central Bulgaria. The reconstructed Tsarevets fortress bears no resemblance to the medieval palaces of the Bulgarian tsars.
It is the smallest city in Bulgaria and it is home to some of the best wineries, spinning under the intoxicating spell of the rich red wines.