Rila Monastery, The Cave of Ivan Rilski and Stob Pyramids

Rila Monastery, The Cave of Ivan Rilski and Stob Pyramids

Introduction: Not visiting the Rila Monastery is the same as going to Cairo and not seeing the pyramids, this is the equivalent. Listed in the UNESCO World Heritage Sites, the Rila Monastery is the most visited site in Bulgaria. Located in the greatest Bulgarian...
Plovdiv, Bachkovo Monastery and The Red Wall

Plovdiv, Bachkovo Monastery and The Red Wall

Cultural Tours Introduction: The city of Plovdiv is the second biggest city in Bulgaria and one of the oldest cities in the world. It is rich in historical and cultural monuments and attracts hundreds and thousands of visitors every day, all year around. This is a...
Melnik, Rozhen Monastery and Rupite SPA

Melnik, Rozhen Monastery and Rupite SPA

Introduction: You could call it a cultural or historical trip, even a wine tour and all would be correct. Melnik is considered the smallest Bulgarian town, which however could offer you a lot. This is a journey towards the very south west of Bulgaria, a region known...
Veliko Tarnovo – the former Bulgarian capital

Veliko Tarnovo – the former Bulgarian capital

Introduction: The town is located in the heart of Bulgaria and could offer you a lot of historical and cultural monuments. One of the symbols of Bulgaria is the medieval fortress of Tsarevets built on a small hill and surrounded by Yantra River. The capital of the...

Valley of the roses

Introduction: Bulgaria is home of the world famous rose oil. Furthermore the rose could be considered as a national flower. The beautiful Valley of the Roses is hidden between two mountains – the mighty Balkan Range and Sredna Gora with a very specific climate, where...