Bulgaria is the most underrated destination in Europe, but there are endless panoramic vistas and iconic places to visit that captivate the soul of the world’s traveler. Nestled amid the Rhodope ranges and Balkan Mountains, this place is not less than a paradise. Clad with pines, sprawling beauty, and sparkling crystal water makes it the perfect spot for Avant-grade visitors who seek everything in one place.
The beautiful sun-kissed beaches, archaeological sites, and ruins, vast history, unique Roman culture, appetizing cuisine, and really amazing brewery together make Bulgaria a complete package! South-eastern Europe has very much to offer to the intrepid visitors around the globe and Bulgaria clearly personifies that.
The Balkan country brims with the beauty that even though of being such a small-sized you’ll be amazed by how immensely this slice of the world is blessed with exquisiteness. Here, is your complete route of Bulgarian places that will surely soak you with an indelible lifetime experience.
Sofia is the most spectacular city of Bulgaria with multi-story murals straddling across the city walls to the vast ruins; the place is full of surprises and adventures. The cosmopolitan city of Bulgaria hosts the most number of tourists every year. There are plenty of places to visit in Sofia and the list goes on with Alexander Nevsky Cathedral the symbol of the city, the beautiful golden domes and teal accents of the cathedral makes it a spectacular destination, Neoclassical Ivan Vazov National Theatre positioned inside the city’s most loved parks, the City Garden is another charm of the city, step back in time with Bulgaria’s oldest church the Rotunda of St. George despite being such an old piece the church still looks fresh and breath-taking.
If you’re planning to visit Bulgaria, skipping Sofia is like missing the true essence of the entire itinerary.
Being designated as the European Capital Culture for the year 2019, this place surely holds a mark in your Bulgarian bucket list. Though Sofia is the most loved spot, but Plovdiv is much more a tourist-friendly option and we assume this suffice for you to add this place in your bucket list. Still not sure, we will surely convince you.
The Old Bulgarian Town is a dream destination for photographers with so much to capture the places relishes the soul of a photographer, and that’s not enough. The architecture and design enthusiasts will also love the place with the spanning architecture throughout the city that dates back to the 19th and 20th centuries. If you want to get peek into the Bulgarian culture nothing is more worth than visiting the Ethnographic Museum one of the most beautiful buildings of the old town.
Can you miss spending the local village life in Bulgaria? Nothing fascinates a traveler than a ride to the local life of the place they seek to visit and Arbanasi is the perfect spot to drench in the local Bulgarian lifestyle. Arbanasi is an attractive village that infatuates you with its jaw-dropping natural scenery and sizzling local life.
Despite the local life the place also offers mesmerizing monasteries and churches. You’ll surely find visiting Arbanasi worth your time!
Seven Rila Lakes
The Rila Lake is incredibly stunning with the chain of seven glacial lakes named as The Lower Lake, The Fish Lake, The Trefoil Lake, Twin Lake, The Kidney Lake, The Eye Lake, and The Tear Lake. The place is perfect for both seasoned hikers and amateur hikers. The place offers the perfect view and is also ideal for all nature lovers. The seven lakes are worth visiting as the mountain ridge above the seven lakes enunciates the best panorama. If you’ve decided to visit the place make sure you plan a little early as it might take four hours to see them all (the seven lakes).This entry was posted in Europe, Featured, Travel