Bulgaria has become quite famous in Europe for its seaside, where you can stay at a 4 or 5-star all-inclusive hotel for an affordable price. However, if you travel to Bulgaria’s seaside you shouldn’t spend all the time at your resort. There is much to see on the Bulgarian coast, from old settlements to natural wonders. Keep reading to discover the most beautiful places to visit on Bulgaria‘s seaside!Continue reading
One of the gems of the Black Sea coast, Balchik is a must-see while traveling to Bulgaria. Whether you are spending a holiday in one of the all-inclusive hotels on the Bulgarian seaside or traveling from neighboring Romania, a day trip to Balchik shouldn’t be skipped!
There are lots of cool things to do in Balchik, and it’s a nice, romantic destination for couples. However, I can assure you from personal experience that it’s great for traveling with family or friends, too.
So keep reading to discover the best things to do in Balchik, Bulgaria!Continue reading
The cold outside is making me think about Summer, when we were actually struggling to escape the sun. Like our day trip from Bucharest when we got to discover the wilderness and nature of Northern Bulgaria. In just one day, we explored two incredible caves, admired cool emerald waterfalls, and visited the town of Lovech. And we also entered Bulgaria twice in the morning. Wait, what?! Just read on and you’ll soon find out.Continue reading
This is a pastry product, kind of like a pie, which is usually enjoyed for breakfast. Depending on the stuffing, Banitsa can be salty (e.g. with sirene cheese, spinach, mushrooms, cabbage) or sweet (e.g. pumpkin, apples, walnuts). Excellent as street food, for the on-the-go backpacker.Continue reading
After a day an a half spent in Sofia, we went on with our car trip and got to visit Rila Monastery. It was so nice to enjoy the mountain temperatures after the hot days we had experienced till then. We felt so cold that we actually switched to long pants, discreetly, in the parking lot!
As usual, read on or jump to the quick travel guide at the end of this article! 🙂Join our visit to Rila Monastery
I finally got to travel to Sofia Bulgaria! Ok, maybe I am a little too excited about this. But you see, I had passed through Sofia so many times before, on the way to Greece, but until this time I never actually got out of the car to visit anything. I’m really thankful to Elena and Adrian who were kind enough to offer to host the three of us while we were doing the Balkan road trip. Not only did we get a free and comfortable place to rest our heads for the night, but we also got the chance to catch up with old and dear friends.
I also appreciated having a newly-established local as our guide. Elena took us to some really cool spots in Sofia, spots which we might not have discovered on our own.
Let’s get into the details! Or you can check out the quick travel guide on Sofia at the end of the article.Travel to Sofia through my travelogue
A friend who was living in Sofia at the time had told us how interesting Devetashka Cave is. Afterwards, our own Internet searches returned some astonishing images. The latter managed to convince us that Devetashka Cave is a must-see since we were in Bulgaria.
Want to explore the cave? Well, there’s quick travel guide at the end of the article, with information on how to get there, what the tickets cost, plus some other details. And until then, I guess the following photos will have to do!Continue reading about Devetashka Cave