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  • 1

    Veliko Tarnovo

    Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria
    2 reviews

    Veliko Tarnovo - the old capitol of Bulgaria. The most famous attraction here is Tsarevets - a hill, where the kings castle was built. Now there are walls and a church. The main town street also has its charming and leads to the old craft market with lovely traditional and restored houses, craft shops with lovely souvenirs. I would say ...

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  • 2

    Rila Monastery

    Sofia, komplex "Iavorov" block 67, Sofia, Bulgaria
    17 reviews

    I was able to hire a driver to take us to the Rila Monastery through my hostel. It's probably a good thing because, according to the guide books and from what I heard, it would have been pretty difficult and time consuming to get there. If you're in Sofia, I really recommend taking the side trip out there because it's ...

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  • 3

    Stone Forest

    Highway 2, near Beloslav, old road to Varna
    9 reviews

    The place is just amazing, the warmth of the columns on a sunny day energizes me in a wired way. One must experience it for sure!

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  • 4

    Boyana Church

    Sofia Bulgaria
    8 reviews

    One of the 9 UNESCO World Heritage sites in Bulgaria, the Boyana Church, at the foot of Mount Vitosha, in the southern suburbs of Sofia, is one of the few complete and perfectly preserved medieval monuments that have survived until the present day. It was built in three stages: 11th century, mid-13th century, and mid-19th century.

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  • 5

    Ancient City of Nessebar

    Ulitsa Mesembria, ул. Месембрия, 8230 Nessebar, Bulgaria
    6 reviews
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  • 6

    Free Sofia Tour

    Palace of Justice, Sofia, Bulgaria
    6 reviews

    I'm going to be honest. I may have been grumpy from a bad overnight train, but I really was not feeling Sofia when we rolled into town. I was a lot more enthusiastic about the city after I took a long nap, but it wasn't until the Free Sofia Tour that I really got to know and enjoy the city. ...

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  • 7

    National Historical Museum

    ул. Витошко лале 16, Sofia, Bulgaria
    4 reviews

    The historic and archeological collections of the National Historical Museum (the largest in Bulgaria) are displayed in the former Boyana Residence, where the last communist leader was removed from power in 1989. But this is no collection of simple farm implements, or rough uniforms. They have artifacts from the Bronze Age through Thracian gold, Roman relics, and on. Over the ...

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  • 8

    Alexander Nevsky Cathedral

    Sofia, Bulgaria
    5 reviews

    The gold-domed Alexander Nevsky Cathedral was built in the early 20th century in memory of the 200,000 Russian, Ukrainian, and Bulgarian soldiers, who died in the Russo-Turkish War of 1877–1878. It is one of the largest Eastern Orthodox cathedrals in the world. Located in a massive square at the eastern end of the city centre.

  • 9

    The Mall

    булевард Цариградско шосе 115, Bulgaria
    4 reviews

    shopping tiiiime ;) St. Valentine's fever . looove is in the air ;)))

  • 10

    Borisova Gradina

    bul. Tsarigradsko shousse 11, Sofia, Bulgaria
    4 reviews

    Borisova gradina is the oldest and best known park in Sofia. it is named after Bulgarian King Boris III

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  • 11

    National theatre Ivan Vazov

    ул. Дякон Игнатий 5, Sofia, Bulgaria
    4 reviews

    Located in the top centre of the town, near all landmarks. There is a park and fountain which makes this spot very preferable for walks in the summer.

  • 12

    Old Town

    3 reviews

    Plovdiv make be one of the oldest cities in Europe. Thracian ruins dating back thousands of years have been discovered. Thus Old Town Plovdiv is an odd mix of 19th Century buildings that you find throughout central Europe and the bleached bones of Roman and Greek ruins.

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  • 13

    Aleksandar Nevski Cathedral

    улица Александър Невски 1, 1000 София, България
    3 reviews

    large orthodox church built lavishly in the beginning of 20th century

  • 14

    Plovdiv Roman Theatre

    3 reviews

    Plovdiv's ancient theater is the city's best preserved architectural ruin. It was originally built by the Emperor Trajan during the early 2nd Century (the golden age of the Five Good Emperors). It sits atop a hill overlooking downtown and the mountains in the distance. The marble steps are perfectly preserved. The stage and the structure of columns behind it are ...

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  • 15

    Rock-Hewn Churches of Ivanovo

    Ruse, 18 Bulgaria
    3 reviews


  • 16

    Sveta Nedelya Square

    Sofia, Bulgaria
    2 reviews

    The square in the heart of historic Sofia. The 10th century Sveta Nedelya Church (Holy Sunday Church) is nearby.

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  • 17

    Casa De Cuba

    София, ул. Цветна градина 1, България
    4 reviews

    Nice place, nice staff, OVERCHARGING! Pathetic! Such a pitty, it was a good night, ruined by greedy non-thinking people - we would have left this money as tip anyway.

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  • 18

    Culture Park

    Sofia, Bulgaria
    3 reviews

    The National Palace of Culture at the far end of the park is the biggest congress center in the entire Balkans.

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  • 19

    Horse Club Kichevo (Varna)

    №3 Str., village of Kichevo
    1 review

    More info at Horse Club Kichevo (Varna) offers training and horse riding lessons for beginners and advanced - for both adults and children. Horse riding trainings are held with an instructor by a program consistent with the age and experience of the rider. Horse riding classes are conducted in an open training arena or in large indoor arena, where ...

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  • 20

    Ledenika cave

    2 reviews

    Ledenika is a cave in the Northwestern parts of the Balkan Mountains, 16km away from the Bulgarian town of Vratsa, its entrance being at 830m above sea level. It features an abundance of galleries and impressive karst formations including stalactites and stalagmites, dating back a thousand years. The cave is about 300m long and contains ten separate halls.

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