Bulgaria has a unique charm, from the stunning natural attractions, quaint towns and fascinating cities to the rich culture and enthralling historical narrative.

Best Places to Visit in Bulgaria

Sofia The Capital of Bulgaria

The second oldest settlement in Europe, Sofia may be no grand city but certainly shines in cultural richness with a plethora of galleries, museums, parks and nightlife.

Belogradchik Rocks

On the western slopes of the Balkan Mountains, a stunning landscape of rocks sculptured through millennia hides a medieval fortress with a history dating back to Roman times through to the Bulgarian tsars and Ottomans.

The Black Sea Sozopol Beach

Sozopol Beach is a beautiful ancient fishing village on a narrow peninsula 35 km south of Burgas on the Black Sea coast. Bulgaria has some popular, highly commercial coastal resort towns such as Sunny Beach or Varna.


Like Sozopol, Nessebar dates back to antiquity when the Thracians founded the charming peninsular that juts out into the sea. Considered the Pearl of the Black Sea, Nessebar is one of the most beautiful towns on the Black Sea coast.


The striking central feature, an enormous Monument to Freedom is set against the backdrop of the glorious Viennese designed building known as The Profit Yeilding Building.

Visit the Rock hewn Churches of Ivanovo

Ruse’s other big drawcard is less than a half-hour drive from the city centre. The UNESCO listed rock-hewn churches of Ivanovo and the Basarbova Rock Monastery.

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