May 19th, Mezdra will host a Medieval Festival. The event will take place in the fortress "Kaleto" near Mezdra, and the entrance is free.
A number of events for both children and grown-ups will be provided by the Ethnographic Open-Air Museum of Etar on the occasion of St. George's Day. In the unique Bulgarian architectural reserve, you can learn to decorate and decorate ritual bread.
With new lighting, which makes it possible to see its unique frescoes from 1259, visitors will welcome the Boyana Church
I will share my opinion about tourism resource in Bulgaria, which is not part of the product of the past "Balkantourist". There are two river springs in Bulgaria - the springs of the Iskar and Maritsa rivers. According to Peter Bogdan's history, these are the
There are dozens of lucky people in the royal wagon who will join the Crown Express train ride. The event is part of the celebrations of Bulgaria's Independence Day on September 22 but will take place a day after the date of the celebrations. Retro
At the end of September, you will have a chance to visit the fortress of Tuida near Sliven for free. On the 22nd, on the Independence Day of Bulgaria, it will open doors for tourists with no entry fee.
The unique part of the Bulgarian historical heritage is above all Thracian. The next miracle that is related to civilization in the Bulgarian lands is the Varna Gold Necropolis. Archeology proves that this is the oldest processed gold in the world.
One of the most interesting exhibitions for traditional craftsmen and handmade masterpieces starts on September 6th in Etara near Gabrovo. Until 9 September, you will be able to explore unique works from around the world and learn more about the technology they are made.
For another consecutive year, the Festival of Zheravna will bring fans of Bulgarian folk music and traditions together. If you want to live for three days without the achievements of the modern civilization such as mobile phones, plastic products, modern clothes, bags and sunglasses -
Rock Concert will warm the participants and the guests at the first Medieval Festival in Plovdiv. On June 22, 4 groups will announce the start of "Life in Plovdiv in the Middle Ages", which will be held in the city under the hills by June