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" Highlights of Bulgaria .. "
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" Must see destinations, not to be missed"

<< 20 Top places>>


It is not possible to see everything that tourism in Bulgaria has to offer just in a single trip,
and we don't suggest you to try.

We have selected for you the 20 most famous Bulgarian landmarks - a beautiful mixture of culture, history, traditions, ethnography, cuisine,wine tourist, music and hospitable people.

All part of the National & World heritage, top Bulgarian landmarks, with their own value & significance,
these must-see Bulgarian highlights will surprise you nicely
and will certainly add to the pleasure of you stay.


Boyana Church

  St Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, Sofia (1912)
Largest Eastern Orthodox cathedral on the Balkan Peninsula and one of the most lavishly distinct Orthodox churches in Europe.

Boyana Church, Sofia (10th century)
One of the most complete and perfectly preserved monuments of East-European medieval art. Unique Medieval frescos (UNESCO site)

Rila Monastery Threcian Treasures

Thracian Treasures (13th century BC and later)
Traces of the powerful and rich Thracian civilization. Magnificent examples of beauty, fine standards of craftsmanship even in the modern world.

  Rila Monastery (10th centuray)
The largest and most famous Eastern Orthodox monastery (Unesco Site)

  Srevbarna Nature Reserve
A wide variety of fauna exists in the area. 39 mammal, 21 reptile and amphibian and 10 fish species inhabit the reserve, which is most famous for the 179 bird species that nest on the reserve. Home to 139 plant species, 11 of them are in danger of extinction outside the territory of Srebarna.

      Madara Rider
The relief depicts a majestic horseman 23 m (75 ft) above ground level in an almost vertical 100 m (328 ft)-high cliff.
The monument is dated back to circa 710 AD and is on the UNESCO World Heritage List.
Thracian Tomb of Kazanlak Valley of Roses
  Kazanlak & Sveshatari Thracian Tombs (3th c. BC)
Exceptional works of art, unique masterpieces of Early Hellenistic pictorial art.(Unesco sites).
    Valley of Roses
Have a smell of the Rosa Damascena in June. The Valley of Roses is where 80% of the world's attar of roses is obtained.

Veliko Tarnovo
Old Plovdiv (17th century)
An architectural museum reserve from the period of the Bulgarian Renaissance, with over 150 houses - monuments of culture (UNESCO tentative list)

Veliko Turnovo, Tsarevets Fortress (12th century)
Ancient travelers write about Tzarevets - the capital of the Second Bulgarian Kingdom, as 'the second Costantinople' in its beauty and might.
An inhabited place several millenarian before the Greeks established the colony of Odessos there about 580 BC. Under the Romans and later Varna became a major port trading with Constantinople, Venice and Dubrovnik. Bulgaria's maritime capital.

One of the best preserved architectural ensembles of splendid painted houses from the Bulgarian Renaissance period.

Melnik Nessebar
The smallest and most romantic town in Bulgaria, with an eventful and turbulent history, Melnik is now an architectural reserve, historical town and monument of culture. The nearby Rozhen monastery (9th Century.), is nestled in the exquisite draperies of Melnik sandstone 'pyramids' - a natural phenomenon and protected site. (UNESCO tentative list)
    Nessebar Medieval Churches
Founded by the Thracians more than 3.000 years ago, one of the oldest towns in Europe. Nessebar is an architectural and archeological reserve. The churches from 5th-6th century. and the ones dating from the medieval period (10th-14th century.), which are fine works of the medieval Bulgarian and Byzantine architecture, the 60 houses of the Bulgarian Renaissance period, give the town unique appearance and atmosphere (UNESCO site).

Mexana Wine Cellars  
  Traditional Bulgarian taverns
The typical Bulgarian taverns (Mehana) and restaurants offer national and regional traditional cuisine, excellent wines, amusing show programs and unforgettable emotions.
Great choice of Bulgarian wines for connoisseurs.
Winemaking has millenarian years old traditions in Bulgaria - since the times of the Thracians.
Ruse Stara Zagora  
The largest and most picturesque Bulgarian city on the Danube river. Established more than 1.900 years ago as the Roman fortress 'Sexaginta Prista' (Port of the sixty ships), Rousse is Bulgaria's north gate to Central & Western Europe.

    Stara Zagora, Neolithic Dwellings (6.000 BC)
One of the oldest settlements in Europe, the Neolithic dwellings and the copper mine around the city are the best preserved ones.
(UNESCO tentative list)
Bachkovo Ivanovo  
  Bachkovo Monastery (11th century)
The second largest in Bulgaria. Its bone-vault is a must-see building, with unique wall-paintings, which rank among the most valuable works of Orthodox art in the 11th-12th centuries. (UNESCO tentative list)

  Ivanovo Rock-cut Monastery (12th century)
Unique on the Balkans, built-in-rock shrines, famous for their beautiful and well-preserved wall paintings.
(UNESCO tentative list)
7 Rila Lakes
  Arbanassi, Church of Nativity (16th century)
The Bulgarian church with the richest icon decoration from 16th century.
The iconostasis is one of the earliest examples of woodwork in Bulgaria.

    7 Rila Lakes
The chain of the Seven Rila Lakes is the largest, most picturesque and most visited group of lakes in all of the Rila Mountains. The lakes are found at differing altitudes and appear like large footprints or steps leading up the mountain. Each of the lakes is named according to its shape.


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