By April 30th, all enthusiasts can participate in the traditional Etar Open Ethnographic Museum Contest for the production of scarecrows. In the competition can take part both individual participants and groups. All scarecrows must be made of natural materials such as wood, straw, clay, textiles
A Bulgarian landmark will dominate world-famous attractions such as the Eiffel Tower in Paris, France and the Acropolis in the Greek capital Athens. The "In love in the wind" castle, built in Ravadinovo, was nominated for the European Travel Awards - World Travel Awards.
For the third consecutive year, you can take part in the unique skiing with folk costumes in Pamporovo. The event is organized on the occasion of the national holiday of Bulgaria on March 3.
More than 80 masquerade groups of mummers from Bulgaria and abroad will take part in this year's 20th-anniversary edition of the festival Kukerlandia in Yambol. This year's event will be held from February 28 to March 3.
Spa centres in the following years are expected to be open in the old baths in Sofia's neighbourhoods Bankya, Ovcha kupel and Gorna Banya. The reconstruction project in Bankya is the most advanced. All the details of the bathroom built in 1911 will be restored.
A unique Roman tomb from the 4th century can be seen in Silistra. The architectural monument of Emperor Constantine impresses with its rich decoration. The walls of the tomb are painted with floral plants, animals and geometric motives and hunting scenes.
Dozens of surprises await the audience of the biggest masquerade festival in the world Surva 2019. Between 25th and 27th of January in Pernik will once again gather mummers, burgers, sourvakari and masked men, women and children from all over the world who will chase
With several interesting competitions will celebrate the World Snow Day in Vitosha. Everyone who wants to take part in the holiday or just to have fun should be at 10 am on the 26th of January in front of the Aleko hut.
For another year, the traditional ritual „Kiorava kobila“ will be held in the village of Trastenik in Pleven. According to the tradition at 9.30 am, a mummified ritual begins in the square, which has been played in the village since time immemorial.
On January 6, traditionally in Kalofer, the local men will once again dance the traditional ice male dance horo in the frozen waters of the Tundja River. The ritual will take place from 7 am to 8 am, and people who want to see the