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Places of interest
Traveling in Bulgaria will culminate in a natural gem in the form of the Atanasov Lake, located on the northern outskirts of Burgas and one of the largest saltwater reservoirs in the country.
From the Sunny Beach we set out to visit the ancient town of Nessebar, which stretches on the island and on the mainland and is washed by the Black Sea.
In the next few weeks we will set out for the Balkan Peninsula, more precisely for Bulgaria. This European country has given the world many inventions, remarkable personalities, and has opened up many beautiful natural places, architectural gems and cultural customs.
Many of us go to Bulgaria for summer vacation. The main reason is the sea, rest and sunbathing. But Bulgaria has high mountains, which are very nice for hikes and hikes. Where to go in Bulgaria for these hikes?
The summer season begins in Bulgaria after mid-May and ends around the end of September. So now is the perfect time to plan your vacation.
Plovdiv, as the 2nd largest city in Bulgaria, has a historic center with beautiful streets, but also a modern part, where many important companies and offices are located.
The capital of Bulgaria lies at the foot of the Vitosha Mountains and near the Serbian border. Sofia is the largest city in the country and you will find many places worth visiting. It is a cosmopolitan city where many cultural events take place throughout the year.
Bulgaria is a vibrant landscape with stunning nature, old monuments, excellent beach and ski resorts, as well as tasty and varied cuisine. You can come to Bulgaria in summer and winter, whether you are going on holiday or improving your health. We hope that the situation will soon allow us to go somewhere.
Somebody is planning a ski vacation, somebody is figuring out where to go for summer holidays. We will introduce you to Bulgaria a bit. Perhaps you will consider it your next travel destination.
The surroundings of St Constantine and Helene resort is worth your attention. We head north along the Black Sea coastline. Before the town of Kavarna we turn left to the famous Cape Kaliakra (Nos Kaliakra). It is the longest cape in Bulgaria, if nothing else.
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