Bulgaria is a country in southeastern Europe. It is bordered by Romania to the north, Serbia and Macedonia to the west, Greece and Turkey to the south, and the Black Sea to the east. It has a territory of approx. 111 000 square kilometres and a population of approx. 7.3 million. Sofia is the capital and with 1.3 million inhabitants also the largest city of the country.
What to do and what to see in Bulgaria? The opportunities are endless:
From churches and icons, mountains and forests, ancient ruins and Black Sea Beaches – this country offers it all:
Bulgaria has a long tradition of religious art, and wherever you go, you will to notice the beautiful, timeless icons appearing in museums and the counties’ countless churches and monasteries.
Seven diverse mountain ranges are criss-crossing the country: a true haven for hikers, mountaineers and anyone interested in wildlife and the great outdoors. An extensive system of hiking trails and huts makes it easy for walkers to enjoy the country’s rich and varied landscapes. You can explore untouched alpine forests, lakes, waterfalls and bubbling streams and even activities from skiing and snowshoeing to caving and kayaking are all available.
Looking for relaxation? The Black Sea coastline is one of the most popular summer destinations in Europe: the long, professionally maintained sandy beaches are breathtaking and ideal for any kind of watersport. The two biggest cities located on the coast, Varna and Burgas, also offer attractive beaches within minutes of their busy urban hearts.
Bulgarian food often incorporates salads as appetizers and is also noted for the prominence of dairy products, wines and other alcoholic drinks such as ‘rakia’. The cuisine also features a variety of soups and pastries, such as the filo dough based banitsa, pita and the various types of Börek.
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