Sofia is one of the oldest capitals in Europe with history that goes back to 7000 year ago. It is also the only capital in Europe with a mountain above 2000 meters within its territory – the Vitosha mountain. Attractions: Alexander Nevski Cathedral, the Russian Church, the Rotunda St. George (4th century), St. Sofia church, Boyana Church (UNESCO site), Archeological, Historical, Natural, Socialist art museums
Other attractions: the ruins of Serdica, the Parliament, the National Assembly, the National Theatre, the King’s Palace, The Synagogue, The Mosque, St Sofia Monument.
Plovdiv is Bulgaria’s second-largest city, situated only on 150 km away from Sofia. It is one of the oldest cities in Europe - it is a contemporary of Troy and Mycenae, and older than Rome, Carthage or Constantinople. Plovdiv has more than 200 archaeological sites, 30 of which are of national importance.
The Old Plovdiv with the ancient amphitheatre, the Roman Stadium, the Mosque, the St. Constantine and Helena Church, Plovdiv’s Ethnographical Museum, Trakart museum, several mosques, National Revival Houses
Veliko Tarnovo is a city in north central Bulgaria, known as the historical capital of the Second Bulgarian Empire. The town is an important landmark for Bulgaria, and the statistics show that the city and its region are in the top ten of the most visited tourist destinations in Eastern Europe.
Tsarevets Fortress, Church of St. Demetrius of Thessaloniki and SS. Forty Martyrs Church, Samovodska Charshiya /old craftsman market/, The open museum town of Arbanassi (4 kms away from Veliko Tarnovo), Sound and Light Show, The first wax museum on the Balkans
Bulgaria's Sea Capital - Varna is full of history, sights and legends. The sea garden - an amazing place for walking along the sea, beautiful beaches. The archaeological museum is keeping the World's oldest gold treasure. The symbol of Varna - the Cathedral of The Assumption of Virgin Mary. The Roman Thermal baths, constructed in the late 2nd century AD. If you prefer a vacation, Varna is the best choice - big seaside city that never sleeps.
In the valley of the Roses - the home of the Thracian kings is located the town of Kazanlak, where the largest and oldest Thracian tombs are discovered and included among the UNESCO World Heritage Sites. From centuries in this area Damascena rose is growing - this special rose essential oil is know as Bulgarian liquid gold. Come to visit and pick rose blossom in May or June, locals will introduce you to the magical and millennial history of this area.
Burgas is located on the Southern Black sea coast. Beautiful sea garden with many local fish restaurants. St. Anastasia island - a trip with boat will take you to the past, the island was used as a political prison. Visit the only surviving medieval monastery at island on the Black-Sea coast. The town of Nessebar - one of the most ancient towns in Europe, founded 3200 years ago. Architectural-Historical Reserve is located in the Old Town.