Tourism in Bulgaria
Bulgaria has a strong tourism sector, which is vital, as it is visited by millions of visitors, and tourists every year from different parts of the world, because of its attractive places and attractions, including: resorts, historical sites, and three thousand natural scenes. That the total hotel reservations reached thirty-four percent of the total capacity, and that about 6.2 million people visited the country during the same year. It should be noted that the contribution of the tourism sector amounted to about 2.1 billion dollars of total public income.
The most important tourist attractions in Bulgaria
Bulgaria abounds in many places, and the wonderful and attractive tourist attractions, and the following is a reminder of the most important:
The old theater
The Ancient Theater is located in the Bulgarian city of Plovdiv, and it is one of the important historical monuments in the country, where it witnessed a lot of shows and gatherings, and although its construction date back to the first century AD, it is still preserved with Until now.
Tsarevets Castle, or Fortress of Tsarevets, is located in the Bulgarian city of Veliko Tarnovo, and was built to be the seat of the King of Bulgaria, more than eight hundred years ago, but today it is one of the most important monuments of Bulgaria, where visitors, and the wonderful tourists can tour the city.
Our cool cave
Prohodna Cave is a natural rock formation characterized by its unique structure that resembles the shape of the eyes due to the two openings on its roof, and it is very popular with rock climbers and tourists alike.
The Thracian Shrine
The Thracian Shrine is located in the Bulgarian village of Svishtari, and it is a cemetery of three rooms preserved since about three hundred BC, and it is characterized by the presence of many wonderful inscriptions, striking artworks, and others.
The Archaeological Museum
The archaeological museum is located in the Bulgarian city of Varna, and it is the best of its kind in the country. It contains within it many historical artifacts dating back to about six thousand years ago, including: gems, necklaces, earrings, marble plaques, stelae, tombstones, stelae and graves. Romanian, and others.