What to see, what to do in Danube region ?
Depicted by great composers and poets, the blue Danube is closely linked to Bulgarian history since the establishment of the fi rst Bulgarian state in the Balkans. Today the great river forms a 480km long northern border with Romania.
Wild animals did the same in their search for food during the cold winter months and found new hunting grounds on the opposite side. In this part of Europe, the Danube has retained its wild charm.
Forests and wetlands dominate its entire length. Deserted islands enlivened only by birds, riverside marshes and lakes full of biodiversity, fi shing villages, several towns of around 30,000 inhabitants and only one city of 145,000 – welcome to the Bulgarian Danube.