Bulgaria

Flag of Bulgaria
Capital: Sofia
Population: 7,000,119
Area: 110,879 km2

Bulgaria, a beautiful Balkan country with spectacular mountain peaks and a Black Sea coast. This amazing land has nine World Heritage sites, including Old Nessebar, one of the oldest cities in Europe, a Thracian tomb in Kazanlak with 4th-century murals of the rocky monasteries of Ivanovo.

Popular resorts on the Black Sea attract tourists with their fine sandy beaches, sunny climate and safe sea, providing a fairly cheap vacation. In addition to lounging on the beach and long nights full of fun, it offers its visitors well-maintained hiking and mountain trails that hide many magical corners. Bulgaria is also emerging as a new destination for winter sports.

Zlatni Pjasci is located 17 kilometers from the port and the largest city on the Bulgarian coast of Varna. Zlatni Pjasci, like Varna, is located in the north of the Bulgarian Riviera. The resort is known for its long and sandy beach, excellent accommodation, pleasant restaurants and delicious cuisine, lively nightlife, as well as activities for all ages. The literal translation of the word Zlatni Pjasci is "golden sand".

Suncev Breg is a summer resort located in the southeast of Bulgaria, only 30 km north of Burgas. This most modern summer resort on the Black Sea is located in an 8 km long sandy bay that forms a crescent, facing east. The northern part of the summer resort rises slightly along the last slopes of the Stara Planina, where it borders the town of Sveti Vlas. The new Nessebar practically continues to the southern part, with the peninsula on which the old town of Nessebar is located.

Sofia is the capital and largest city in Bulgaria located at the foot of Vitosha Mountain - a popular Bulgarian ski resort. It boasts a very long history, given that the city is seven thousand years old; Sofia is ranked among the oldest cities in Europe. One of the most famous and largest in Europe is its national history museum. Its wide streets are made of cobblestones, around which numerous shops were located. The nightlife is also lively.

Plovdiv is the second largest city in the country and its trump cards are beautiful shopping promenades and numerous parks. It is an ancient city that has been influenced by different nations throughout history. So many historical buildings have been preserved here, such as: an amphitheater from ancient Greece, a Roman stadium, numerous mosques, Catholic cathedrals and Orthodox churches.

Bulgaria has a temperate climate with cold and humid winters and hot and dry summers. The high season along the Black Sea coast lasts from mid-July to the end of August, and on the ski slopes it is around Christmas and New Year and from February to mid-March.

No matter where you decide to stay and how to spend your time, you will surely be impressed by the beauty of both the natural environment and the charming cities.