Bulgaria

If you’re searching for a destination a little off the beaten tourist track, look no further than Bulgaria. A beautiful country, you’ll find diverse activities such as whitewater rafting to get your adrenaline pumping to a tour of the beautiful historical capital Sofia to quench your thirst for culture. Sofia also has luxurious hotels on offer to unwind after it all and so Bulgaria offers a little something for all.

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Getting to Bulgaria

Sofia is Bulgaria's capital city and main airport with flights available from most European cities.

General Information

Bulgaria is a cultural melting pot, having come under the influence of various empires and religions. The troubled history of the Balkans is well known, but things have changed for the better in recent years. This beautiful, exotic country is starting to attract more tourists. Now is the ideal time to visit this hidden gem. Prices are low and the beaches and landscapes are stunning.

What Everyone Does In Bulgaria

Set out on a walking tour of the capital city of Sofia. Visit the 4th-century Church Of Saint George and the Byzantine St. Alexander Nevesky Cathedral. Sofia is full of quirky cafes, so you’ll have plenty of opportunities to tuck into delicious cakes and frothy coffees. If you’re a party animal then you’re in for a treat. With virtually no licensing laws and ridiculously low alcohol prices, you can party day and night in Bulgaria in its super cool bars and clubs.

What Some People Do In Bulgaria

Take a day trip to Rila Mountain and discover the 10th-century monastic buildings. There are over 300 monastic cells along with the Nativity Of The Virgin Church.

What No One Else Does In Bulgaria

Take a day trip to Plovidiv and visit the ancient theatre built in Roman times. It’s well preserved and, astonishingly, still in use to this day.

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