Towns in Bulgaria
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Towns in Northern Bulgaria
Situated on four hills in northern Bulgaria, the ancient town of still preserves the magnificence of a throne-town, what it was during the period of the Second Bulgarian Kingdom. The town will fascinate you with the ancient fortresses on the Tsarevets and the Trapezica hills and with the multitude of well-preserved churches dating back to different periods of Tarnovo’s history.
As some of the oldest towns in northern Bulgaria Lovech and offer a great choice ofand for an exciting sightseeing tour.
A number of small towns which were once flourishing craft-centres are resting in the bosom of the Balkan Range. Today they are attractive tourist destinations which keep alive Bulgarian traditions and folk .
is the famous town in the Valley of Roses where takes place each year in early June.
Koprivstitsa is one of the few towns in Bulgaria which have thoroughly preserved their Revival architecture. The greatest cultural wealth of the town are the colorful Revival houses with high stone walls and the narrow weaving cobblestone streets which add to the authentic atmosphere of the town.
The town of is a prosperous resort of national significance with favourable mild climate and more than 20 mineral springs with curative properties.
In the pretty town of Gabrovo, a famous craft centre in the past, you can see a great number of , , and the one-of-its-kind House of Humour and Satire, which symbolizes the proverbial stinginess of the people of this town.
The town of Sliven, also a former craft-town, boasts an amazing choice of house-museums and art galleries of Renaissance and contemporary Bulgarian art.
A multitude of small towns are nestling in the foothills of the beautiful .
The modern resort of attracts lovers of winter sports from all over the world. Pamporovo offers perfect conditions both for and due to the varied natural relief, thick snow cover and first-class ski facilities.
and are popular where you will find excellent conditions for rest and recreation. The spa centres in Devin and Velingrad are serviced by highly-qualified medical staff.
boasts a rich heritage of the Thracian culture. The most interesting historic sights are the Thracian rock sanctuaries and the Assenova Fortress situated in close proximity to the town.
The small Rhodopian town of Zlatograd is situated in the eastern part of the mountain, near the town of . A must-see in the town is the ethnographic centre where you can make an exciting trip in the past strolling amidst the old houses. You can visit a multitude of cute little shops of local masters-craftsmen and small taverns where you can taste traditional Rhodopian specialties.
The town of Smolyan, situated in the most beautiful part of the Western Rhodopes, has preserved many of its houses from the Revival Period. Besides the numerous architectural monuments, visitors can find an interesting exposition in the Smolyan Museum of History.
Towns in Rila and Pirin
The mild winter climate and the relief of the Rila and the Pirin mountains are extremely favourable for all kinds of sports. The thick snow cover in the resort towns of and , along with the modern equipment of the ski runs has made these resorts a top destination for skiing and snowboarding.
The spa resort of , situated on the southern slopes of the , offers perfect conditions for year-round balneological procedures.
During the season the Bulgarian Black Sea coast is teaming with tourists from all parts of the world. The beautiful coastline, the wide and the low-cost comfortable are the main reasons for the increasing popularity of Bulgarian resort towns.
The town ofis one of the oldest in Europe. The houses built in the unique architectural style of the 16-19th c. have been preserved in the Old Town of Nessebar.
The town boasts some of the most beautiful .
Another coastal town with age-old history and charming ambience is the resort of . The old town of Sozopol is a labyrinth of twisting streets and 19-th century Revival houses. Visitors to Sozopol can take rest in a multitude of cafes, taverns and restaurants spread throughout the old and the new town, some of them offering splendid view over the .
The most popular, first-class resorts on the Black Sea coast – ,and offer lovely beaches, comfortable at luxurious and more basic and endless opportunities for entertainment.