Sights of Bulgaria

Bulgaria is a unique country, and these are not empty words, this has been noted by many generations of tourists from all over the world who have visited it. Bulgaria perfectly combines summer and winter holidays: in summer you will enjoy the charming golden beaches of the Black Sea coast, and in winter – comfortable ski resorts. This country combines modernity and rich history and long traditions.

Therefore, do not be surprised that Bulgaria is an attractive country for travelers and lovers of beautiful architecture. The locals are positive and nice people, they are in harmony with their warm, friendly homeland.

In any season, Bulgaria opens its doors to lovers of interesting and comfortable holidays. No matter what time of the year you come here, you will always have something to do and where to go. In winter, these are ski resorts, and in summer, it is a vacation on warm, golden beaches flooded with sunlight under the soothing sound of the sea.

In the off-season, lovers of history and architecture will be able to walk along the medieval old streets of cozy Bulgarian towns.

Sofia is the picturesque capital of Bulgaria, the cultural center of the country, in the center of which the cultural heritage of Bulgaria is concentrated. The Church of Hagia Sophia, one of the masterpieces of world architecture, is named after the patroness of the capital. The Church of the Holy Sunday (in Bulgarian – "Light of the Week") houses the legendary Panagyur treasures (gold bowls that were discovered in the fourth century BC). It is located on Vitosha Boulevard – a large shopping street along which tourists walk. The beautiful Church of St.

Nicholas and the Cathedral of Alexander Nevsky are adjacent to the Muslim mosque of Banya-Bashi. The city reunites two religions – Christianity and Islam. The Mineral Tower is one of the pearls of the city and a beautiful historical monument, decorated with stained-glass windows made of tiles.

The Bulgarian city of Varna keeps not only the architectural monuments of the country, but also the industrial potential of Bulgaria. Once this city was considered one of the largest in Europe. Varna is notable for the fact that many archaeological secrets have not yet been revealed.

An interesting historical find is gold discovered during excavations of the necropolis. Archaeologists claim that it is the property of an ancient tribe living on the territory of Bulgaria before the arrival of the Thracians. In addition to an interesting and rich history, in Varna you will also see modern buildings.

Because the city is constantly evolving.

Another of the Bulgarian cities with an interesting history is the city of Pleven (for our ears, the pronunciation of Pleven is more familiar). Perhaps he is familiar to those who were fond of history at school. In the second half of the nineteenth century, this city was an important turning point in the Russian-Turkish war. The Russian-Turkish wars gave the city a rich historical heritage – the museum "Liberation of Plevna in 1877" and the historical park-museum named after Skobelev. The Park Museum was built on South Hill, on the same hill where the most brutal fights took place.

Plovdiv, on the other hand, will appeal more to lovers of romance and history. The city is rich in narrow streets and cozy cafes. There are also two beautiful mosques built during the period of Turkish rule – Jumaya and Imaret. About two hundred tasks of the historical center of Plovdiv are recognized as historical heritage. These include beautiful medieval chapels.

It is for them that many tourists visit Plovdiv. If you love the theater, be sure to visit the restored amphitheater of Philip the Great.

Burgas will give a lot of positive emotions to travelers looking for a beach holiday from everyday work. This city is notable for the ancient baths that the Romans founded next to the beneficial mineral springs. The marine park, seven kilometers long, is decorated with sculptures and caryatids.

Walking in the park, you can enjoy their beauty for a long time. Veliko Tarnovo – in the past the capital of Bulgaria and the pearl of Christian culture. The Cathedral of St.

Peter and Paul, the Church of the Forty Holy Martyrs and the Holy Mother of God reflect the beauty and picturesque architecture in the Byzantine style.

The mild climate contributes to the development of the resort business in Bulgaria. In summer, the air temperature is in the range from fifteen to twenty degrees with a plus sign. Probably, people are attracted by both the cultural heritage of the country and the unique microclimate of Bulgaria.

The wonderful Bulgarian resorts of Golden Sands and Albena attract many tourists from all over the world. Golden Sands is the largest resort with golden beaches and beautiful nature of wild forests. Albena is suitable for vacationers with children, and the village, located between Burgas and Varna, will attract the attention of lovers of myths and legends.

The resort of Sunny Beach has a convenient entry into the sea and healthy coniferous forests.

In winter, travelers and skiing enthusiasts go on vacation to Pamporovo, Borovets and Branko (famous winter resorts in Bulgaria). Comfortable hotels, cozy houses and unique ski slopes await them there. Bulgaria is such an amazing and pleasant country that sometimes it is even difficult to find words to describe all its charms. Bulgarians are very hospitable and glad to see a traveler from anywhere in the world. Here the past is intertwined with the present and the future, the locals love their wonderful country and respect the traditions and customs of their ancestors.

Holidays in Bulgaria will be amazing, memorable and will bring a range of positive