Let's visit Bulgaria. ONE of the most interesting of the historic nations of Eastern Europe, Bulgaria. The country is also a wonderful store of natural wealth. Country with a population of approximately eight million people in southeastern Europe is filled with mountains, lowlands near the river Danube, rich farmland, and sandy beaches along the Black Sea Coast. There is plenty of room to enjoy your time and explore all the hidden treasures in this country.
Check out some of the best tourist attractions in Bulgaria:
1. Rila National Park
This is a wonderful sanctuary, containing mountains and a variety of interesting animals and plants. You'll find eagles, deer, goats, bats, and owls and other species of wildlife. There are also 282 species of moss and 233 species of fungi in the garden. Musala mountain is the highest point in Bulgaria because it reached more than 9,500 feet above sea level. Rila National Park are popular among European climbers had reached its peak E4. If hungry, you can stop at a mountain cabin to enjoy a local dish warm.
Sofia is the capital and largest city in Bulgaria. This is where there are many historical and cultural heritage. To be able to feel the history and culture of Bulgaria, you can visit local museums and churches with beautiful architecture. National Museum of History is the perfect place for you to go. The city has a population of approximately one million people. Quite an active nightlife and if you want to relax, you will find many parks. A popular market in the summer along the cobblestone streets is the center of trade in the crop of local residents.
3. Shiroka Laka
Shiroka Laka beautiful village situated in the southern region of Bulgaria that will take you on a journey of the past history of this country. There is also a music school where you will hear the bagpipes and singing. The architecture was beautiful with a touch of tradition of the 17th century, was the ideal place to stroll and explore. If it goes 10 miles into town, you'll find hot springs near the city of Beden.
This small village is located under the sand dunes and is home to approximately 400 people. The journey to this small village about two hours by car from Sofia. This place is perfect for growing wine grapes with delicious flavors that can be generated. In fact, almost every house in this village has a wine warehouse. One of the most popular sites are Damianitza Winery. Also, only a few miles from the village, you can visit Rozhen Monastery where you will find some beautiful carvings and stained glass crafts.
Small town of Belogradchik is located near the border with Serbia at the foot of the Balkan Mountains is beautiful. The city has some amazing castle for you to see the sunset and shines. You will also find Kaleto Fortress, which together with the magnificent ancient rock.
Varna is located next to the Black Sea coast and is known. Varna is also the location of the best archaeological museums in Bulgaria as well as many churches and museums of national navies. In addition, there is also the center of the country's largest Roman baths with an art gallery and a marine park known as the dolphinarium. One of the best beaches here are the Sveti Konstantin.