The Bulgarian capital Sofia, has a good public transportation system with subway and bus routes covering the entire city. Also, taxis are affordable, so getting around in Sofia is quite easy without the need of a car. However, if you plan to visit other cities during your stay in Bulgaria, doing it by car is... Read More
Bulgaria extends not only sunshine soaked beaches and verdant mountains for tourists who are eager to explore it. The Bulgarian land is steeped in history, with sites left from peoples who inhabited it and made culture and art thrive along with crafts, manufacturing, trading.
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You probably heard many stories about Bulgaria, but still don’t know why you should visit it. There is a reason! Actually, there are thousands of reasons. Here you will find some links of articles and quotes of the best news sites, online travel magazines and travel bloggers talking about Bulgaria.
For the Bulgarians the cherries are symbol of good. They are harbingers of the summer and the new beginning. In the city of Kyustendil cherry is grafted into the life and culture of the people. It’s guarded and cared with love, surrounded by magical rituals and poetry.