Have fun watching the autumn and spring migration of a large stream of storks, pelicans, and other birds in Bulgaria
After visiting caves in Bulgaria, you may realize that nature is the best creator
The richness of local lakes, rivers, and the sea makes Bulgaria an excellent place for fishermen
Trek to the top of Sveti Ilija in the Rhodope Mountains and enjoy the "Eagle Eye" view!
Spend your wintertime in hot mineral pools surrounded by mountains
Enjoy magnificent views, crystal clear air, and the water of mountain streams and lakes!
Marvel the beauty of Bulgaria along with the birds
If you are tired of walking, get on a horse and continue exploring the country
The Bulgarian Riviera can be the perfect escape for people looking for lower rates and beautiful weather
How about the mix of amazing infrastructure, equipment rental and recreation centers for unforgettable climbing?
Borovets Mountain Bike Park is suitable for all ages and is located in one of the most beautiful places in the country
If you are a rafting enthusiast, Bulgaria will be one of the best places to practice this kind of outdoor activity
Probably the most favorite seasonal vegetable salad in Bulgaria!
Sunny Bulgaria is famous for growing various types of grapes
Only a dare-devil presume to watch the Rhodope brown bears in their natural habitat
You only need fresh Bulgarian peppers and tomatoes to make this easy and spicy dish
Bulgarians call this fruit the "paradise apple," but the Latin translation of persimmon means "food of the Gods"
A light and refreshing summer dish that everyone is sure to like!
Bulgarians are always in a mood for plums!
A fruit that became an adornment of restaurant menus
Rose is the symbol of Bulgaria, and it is often seen in folk embroideries and local art
The unique customs and traditions of Bulgaria turn Surva into a significant cultural event
The Festival of the National Costume provides a genuine experience that almost resembles a time machine
Cherry is one of the symbols of the city of Kyustendil
Roses are recognized as a royal flower and symbol of Bulgaria
Balkan folk music is original and beautiful, so check out the festival to see the best groups and soloists in action
One of the oldest Bulgarian traditions dates back to Thracian times, from the 5th to 1st century BC
Saint Theodore's Day refers to the seasonal winter holidays and the greeting of spring
Orthodox Easter or "Velikden" is one of the largest and most important holidays in Bulgaria
Take your camera and set off to watch the funny Dalmatian pelicans on Bulgarian wetlands
Explore the magnificent Seven Rila Lakes, one of the main natural pearls of Bulgaria
Bulgarian ski resorts are an excellent opportunity for first-timers to improve their skills or just enjoy good trails
This extremely tasty homemade pastry is full of surprises for the holidays
What's in common between Orpheus and bagpipers? Visit the village of Gela and see for yourself
The festival's motto is ”Let’s go crazy from laughter”
Whoever catches the cross on St. Jordan's Day will be prosperous and healthy throughout the year
Discover a country where New Year celebrations are more prominent than Christmas
Snow plus a kite can turn a dreary winter day in Bulgaria into a swift, adrenaline-filled adventure!
Lovers of winter outdoor activities will definitely enjoy ice skating in Bulgaria
Celebrate the arrival of the spring as bright as you can!
Dancing on hot-red coals will definitely become one of your favorite tourist attractions in Bulgaria
Celebrate Christmas with old Slavic traditions
Endless fields of blooming sunflowers are just incredible
During fall's lousy weather, tasting quince jam can be a great way to cheer up
Taste medlar—unique and delicious exotic fruit
Take your chance and enjoy the peak of berry variety along with the tourist season
"Let Holy Trifon bring great luck" is one of the wishes during this celebration