Eastern Europe has a natural diversity and historical depth that makes it a prominent political stop on the old continent. From tall mountains and lush gardens to beautiful beaches and summer resorts, Bulgaria seems to offer what tourism needs with all their interests. Here are the best attractions in Bulgaria to discover on your trip to this beautiful country.
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This castle is a symbol of Bulgaria’s ancient past and it was built in the same spot that embraced the Palace of the Caesars 800 years ago when the Tarnovo region was the capital. Discover the remains of the castle, which contains more than 400 houses and a large number of churches. The views surrounding the castle tell the importance of its strategic location, 260 meters above sea level.
The sunny beach is famous for its long distance from the sunken sands of the Black Sea and its rich night life. The golden beaches extend over 8 kilometers and provide the ideal places for swimming and having a warm sunbath. A wide range of hotels are available to suit all needs. If you want to spend quiet days in the midst of the sea and evening, head to this region and explore its surroundings, including the neighboring town of Nessebar.
Romen Plovdiv Theater
At the heart of the ancient part of Plovdiv lies one of the world’s oldest preserved theaters, where around 1960 this theater was discovered after birth and was built under the rule of the Romen Emperor Diometian. And the theater is of historical significance if it was embracing theatrical performances and fights of fighters, as was the government meetings and major gatherings. Today, one can enjoy his visit and attend one of the rich cultural and artistic activities that are held on its 7,000-seat amphitheater.
Pirin National Park
With over 70 magnificent lakes and forests, the Pirin National Park is a natural treasure in Bulgaria, along with being a safe reserve for a number of endangered species that live in the Balkan Mountains in a struggle for survival. Spend enjoyable time visiting the beautiful park by taking one of several paths that can be organized trips through mountain biking through green fields and exciting waterfalls. You can even spend a night in the park in the huts located there under the shade of a Macedonian pine tree called Baykuchevata, who is over 1350 years old!
An ancient town dating back 9,000 years, it is considered an open-air museum with beautiful squares, stone streets, and ancient churches. The ruins in the town date back to the Romen and Byzantine periods. Walk around the shops of the old town and choose souvenirs and gifts for you or your loved ones.
Mount Vitosha, which overlooks the Bulgarian capital Sofia, excites visitors due to the distinctive terrain surrounding the capital, which is a key destination for fans to get out of the city and enjoy the city. The mountain has its own winter resort in the winter season, and there are several hiking and hiking trails, offering panoramic views of the city. One of the most prominent points of attraction on the mountain is the Vitosha Nature Park, which is one of the oldest in the Balkans and natural springs found there.
From the Romen Theater Plovdiv.
From the beaches of Sunny Beach
From Vitosha Mountain
Winter resorts in Pirin National Park
Pirin National Park
From Sunny Beach
From Pirin National Park
Romen Theater Plovdiv
Vitosha Mountain view of Sofia
The town of Nessebar
From Tsarevets Castle