What must you see in Bulgaria?

Bulgaria what to see?


What’s worth seeing in Bulgaria? – What to see in Bulgaria, Golden Sands, Sunny Beach, Rilski Monastir, Bojanska Church, Kazanłyszki’s Tomb, Nessebar, Pirin national park.

Bulgaria’s strengths.

Bulgaria has many natural monuments and remarkable monuments, 12 well-kept national parks, well-developed and clean beaches. On the Bulgarian Black Sea coast, there are ideal conditions for water sports such as diving, sailing, windsurfing, parachuting and many more.

Where to Bulgaria?

Tourist resort – Golden Sands – has a long, beautiful beach and a unique green park. There are balneological complexes where you can swim in thermal pools. Kranevo – is a nice little resort town with a sandy beach, 8 km from Golden Sands.

Sunny Beach – a town situated on a picturesque, semicircular bay, sheltered from the north by the range of the Balkan Mountains. It owes its name to the sunny and golden sands. There are several historical places of interest in the area of ​​Sunny Beach, including the beautiful Roman Temple of Jupiter behind Obzor or the picturesque ruins of the Greek fortress Poleokastro. You can also go to the forest reserve “Łangoza”.

Rilski Monastir – the most famous and largest Orthodox monastery in Bulgaria, located at the foot of the Rila massif. The monastery is built among forests at an altitude of about 1100 m above sea level. The monastery has been included in the UNESCO World Heritage List.

Orthodox church of Boyanska – built at the foot of the Vitosha chain, in the Bojana district. Decorated with magnificent medieval paintings, the temple is a well-preserved monument of architecture from the feudal period.

Kazanłyszka’s tomb – discovered in 1944, it is one of the nine monuments of Bulgarian history and culture included in the list of historical and architectural monuments.

Rusenski Łom – Rock monasteries in the river valley, monastery complexes. There are over 250 churches as well Nessebar– one of the oldest cities in Europe and national park “Pirin”.