It is a real wonder how Bulgaria has successfully managed to stay off the mass tourism radar.
Bulgaria is a breath of fresh air….literally.
Gorgeous beaches of the eastern Bulgarian coast; many smaller, prettier villages, plus excellent opportunities for walking and birdwatching.
One Third of Bulgaria is Protected Green Space.
One of the best value destinations on Earth…you get a lot of value for the money you spend.
Authenticity matters and for better or worse, Bulgaria has plenty of it.
From aromatic rose oil, to mineral waters with healing qualities, and unique rock formations, this rather small country is jam-packed with natural wonders.
The newish trend of seeking out “slow food” destinations and “farm to table” restaurants gets a big chuckle here.
So much history to take in…
In Sofia you can see a Christian Orthodox church, a Catholic cathedral, a Synagogue, and a Mosque forming a rectangle of tolerance that takes up an area of less than 1,100 sq feet /100 sq meters.
There are more than 120 monasteries and many more churches.
Much of Bulgaria’s charm lies in the incongruous juxtaposition of ancient, medieval and modern.
Within Europe Bulgaria is well connected and offers a lot of low-cost-carrier options (London, Manchester, Edinburgh, Berlin, Rome, Barcelona, Amsterdam) which makes it possible to get tickets below 50€…and mostly it doesn’t take you more than 2-4h to get there!
A Four Seasons Travel Destination.
Bulgarian wines are amongst the best in the world.
This country has it all- from bungee jumping to rafting.
Bulgarians are proud, friendly and hospitable people.