Bulgaria is a magic country that captivates everybody with its magnificent nature, centuries old traditions and rich history. Despite its relatively small territory, Bulgaria boasts of unique combination of high mountains, vast plains and valleys, beautiful beaches, numerous caves and waterfalls, impressive natural phenomena, and many other nature beauties. You will be impressed by the majestic rock masses, crystal clear lakes and cool forests, filled with a pine-tree and herbs aroma. All well-known types of mineral water can be found in Bulgaria. In Roman times, some of the most famous balneotherapy facilities were established here, like Hisar – the ancient Augusta, Kyustendil – Pautalia, Burgas Mineral Baths – Aqua Calide (later Thermopolis), Sapareva Banya - Germaneya, Sliven Baths – Tanzos, and Sofia – Ulpia Serdica.


The Bulgarian state was established in 681 by the union of Proto-Bulgarians and Slavic tribes. In the Bulgarian lands you will find the treasures of some of the most ancient peoples that inhabited Europe. One of the most famous treasures, the Varna Chalcolithic Necropolis, provides the world with the oldest processed golden treasure in Europe (dated back to the 5th millennium BC). The Thracians have left behind a multitude of cultural monuments, such as the Kazanlak Tomb, the Panagyurishte Treasure, the Rogozen Treasure, wealthy mound funerals near the village of Duvanli, in the Plovdiv Region, in the Mound of Mogilan in Vratsa, near the village of Sveshtari, and many others. Thanks to the Slavic alphabet, which was created here, the literary movement achieved a strong spiritual uplift. The biggest and most popular Bulgarian monasteries are the Rila, Bachkovo and Troyan monasteries. The Boyana Church near Sofia can be compared to the Renaissance paragons. The St. Alexander Nevsky Temple Monument is among the symbols of Sofia.


The best way to get to know Bulgaria is to visit the Bulgarian museum villages and towns, which are part of its national heritage - Pliska, Preslav, Veliko Tarnovo, Arbanasi, Zheravna, Sozopol, Nesebar, Plovdiv. 


Bulgaria has preserved the vitality of its folklore up until today. Among the most interesting participants in the traditional holidays are the so-called „Kukeri”, fire dancing, the Rose Holidayq and many others. 


Cultural life and arts today: Sofia Design Week, Sofia Dance Week and Sofia Architecture Week, Bansko Jazz Festival, Apollonia Festival of Arts in the town of Sozopol, Lovech Party Fest, the Bagpipe Playing Competition in the Rhodope's village of Gela, the Kaliakra Rock Fest, Spirit of Burgas, Burgas and the Sea, the Bansko International Jazz Fest, and many others. 






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