Planning a trip to Sofia, Bulgaria? Check out these wonderful day trips from Sofia to see what amazing places you can visit near the capital!
Bulgaria is a stunning country in eastern Europe. The capital, Sofia, is a super popular tourist hotspot.
How to spend a weekend in Bansko, Bulgaria’s adventure hotspot; Jessica Vincent; National Geographic
The Bulgarian resort is known for its winter sports, but its lively taverns, local crafts and outdoor adventures make for a memorable escape year-round.
Rila Monastery Bulgaria- UNESCO Heritage Site of Bulgaria
Nessebar Old Town – UNESCO Heritage Site in Bulgaria . Exploring Nessebar Bulgaria as a day trip from Varna…
If Bulgaria’s natural beauty is one of Europe’s best-kept secrets, its strategic location between East and West has also placed it at the crossroads of many intersecting civilizations over thousands of years and that has endowed the country with a truly exhilarating array of cultural treasures.
Final court win in favour of Pirin National Park/UNESCO World Heritage Site…
IT’S tempting to never leave the Nessebar Palace Resort, such is the draw of the pools, the views and the delicious food and drink. But stroll out from the resort and the simple act of turning left…
Here are 15 of the best cities in Bulgaria that you should check out. SJ Begonja has covered a good range from the well known, to a little of the beaten track.
Why visit Bulgaria – Things to do in Bulgaria and reasons to plan your Bulgaria travel…
Deep beneath the Black Sea, off the coast of Bulgaria, ancient Greek ships are revealing answers to the mystery of the Noah’s Ark flood.
Jodrell Bank Observatory has been chosen as the UK’s latest Unesco World Heritage site. Check out this list of just some of the beautiful Unesco sites around the world. There are over 1,000 in total!
The Court confirmed that in disregarding a SEA, the Ministry violated 3 Bulgarian laws and 2 EU Directives.
Traveling to Eastern Europe? Check out our list of the 10 best things to do in Sofia, Bulgaria so you can make the most of your time in the capital.
Plans to extend Bulgaria’s largest ski resort, Bansko, appear to have been dealt a fatal blow by the country’s highest court. On January 15, Bulgaria’s supreme administrative court overturned controversial changes made by the government in December 2017 to the management plan for Pirin National Park. The changes would have allowed construction of new ski runs and lifts on up to 48 per cent of the park’s 40,000 hectares (almost 100,000 acres).
Environmentalists in Bulgaria scored a victory Wednesday in a long-running court battle to prevent enlargement of a ski resort in the Pirin mountains, a UNESCO World Heritage site. In a ruling that cannot be appealed, Bulgaria’s supreme administrative court overturned controversial changes made by the government in December 2017 to the management plan for Pirin National Park.
US ambassador Eric Rubin, Nessebur mayor Nikolai Dimitrov, Tourism Minister Nikolina Angelkova and Deputy Culture Minister Amelia Gesheva officially re-opened on November 8 the 14th century medieval…