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
You can learn completely free how to make traditional Bulgarian lace, embroidery, beaded bracelets and knitted belts from native masters from May 23 to May 31 at the Palace in Balchik.
Thracian warship will be assembled in the Koprinka dam near the Valley of the Thracian Kings. The idea is for the ship to become a tourist attraction and to ride the visitor over the capital of the Thracians Seuthopolis, which is under the waters of
The Episcopal Basilica and the Roman Mosaic Heritage in Plovdiv were included in the UNESCO Indicative List of Significant Cultural and Natural Objects, the Ministry of Culture announced.
During the third weekend of March, a masquerade carnival is traditionally held in the village of Kovachevtsi in Pernik.
By 10 April in Sofia, you can see an exhibition that presents the daily life of women a century ago. At the National Polytechnic Museum in Sofia opened the exhibition "Technique at Home in the First Half of the 20th Century" was presented
How did the Bulgarian girls beautify during the Renaissance and what kind of jewelry they wore at holidays, you can find out if you visit the exhibition in the ethnographic museum Kyorpeev’s House in Kotel.
On February 17th and 18th, mummers will drive out the evil spirits from Karlovo. Traditionally the marching feast in the town of Starchovden is held the day before Sirni Zagovezni.
On 24 and 25 February one of the most spectacular carnivals in Bulgaria - "Kukerlandia" - will be held.