12 Places In Bulgaria That Look Like They Were Made For Instagram
Obzor is a small town and seaside resort on the Black Sea coast of Bulgaria. It is part of Nesebar municipality, Burgas Province
Bulgaria’s third city and maritime capital, Varna is the most interesting and cosmopolitan town on the Black Sea coast.
The region of Gela is practically pristine even after being thousands of years inhabited. Here, many rare plants and animals live. The forests in the proximity of the village are abundant in wild fruits, dog roses, blueberries, blackberries, raspberries, strawberries, mushrooms and many herbs.
Kazanlak Rose festival
This festival was held for first time in 1903 from the citizens of Kazanlak and was dedicated to the beauty and charity.
Arda River is a cross border river, that springs in Bulgaria and continues into Greece. The river is generating the most hazardous floods in the southeast Balkans.
Balkan record holder waterfall : Raysko Praskalo
Raysko Praskalo literally means “a heavenly spray” in Bulgarian, and this waterfall does indeed look like one. Situated deep in the Central Balkan National Park, Raysko Praskalo may not be big in volume… but at 124.5 metres, it’s the highest permanently-flowing waterfall in the Balkans!
Golden Sands resort is situated 19 km from the city of Varna. It merges with St. St. Konstantin and Elena Resort and Riviera resort
Rila Monastery is the biggest monastery in Bulgaria. It was built in the middle of 10th century by the hermit Ivan of Rila.
Seven Rila Lakes
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