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Things to do in Bulgaria
Nessebar - enjoy the beaches and the world culture listed historic town
People have been living in the Nessebar region of Bulgaria for nearly 2,500 years, and many of the cultures have left their mark on the buildings in the town, including the Greeks and Romans. So important to the history of the region, it was declared a UNESCO site in 1983. The beaches in the region are some of the finest on the Black Sea and it is a popular holiday destination for both Bulgarians and tourists.
Sofia - go ski or hike the Vitosha Mountain
Bulgaria has fantastic scenery and a great way to enjoy it is hiking through the Vitosha Mountains outside Sofia. To truly enjoy the views there are a number of chalets in the region that allow you to sleep overnight and extend your stay. Lucky hikers may get a glimpse of wild bears or wolves. During the winter the area also offers great skiing with lifts taking you up to the higher slopes.
Sofia - visit the world heritage site of Boyana Church
The church at Boyana , just outside Sofia, was built over a period of 700 years with the earliest part dating back to the 10th and 11th century. Additions to the original building were made in the 13th and 19th centuries creating the building as it is today and it was named as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1979. It hosts some of the finest examples of medieval frescos in Europe making it a great place to visit.
Varna - take a drive to view the rock formations of Pobitite Kamuni
No one is exactly sure how the impressive rock formations at Pobitite Kamuni just outside Varna were formed, but they are thought to be over 50 million years. Some of the columns are 7 metres tall and over 2 metres wide, and they are completely hollow. Their unique structures have been used many times as backdrops to films, and they are a popular tourist site.
Introduction of Bulgaria
Bulgaria faces the Black Sea on its eastern coast and shares land borders with Romania, Macedonia and Serbia in the west. Greece and Turkey have land borders at the southern part of Bulgaria. Bulgaria hotels welcome the more than five million tourists that pass through the country annually. Hotels in Bulgaria are staffed by multilingual people with Russian, English and Polish the most common languages spoken. Bulgaria hotels run a good range across different levels of comfort and prices. There are some five star palaces in the capital city of Sofia but in general medium range outfits are the order of the day with camping an increasingly popular option around the Bulgarian countryside. Bulgaria is famed for its food and wine and most hotels in Bulgaria will offer excellent dining options that sometimes feature produce made on the premises. Some family run hotels have been staffed by the same families for many generations.