About Bulgaria

Bulgaria is an excellent place for beach vacation. The winter is mild in this country and summer lasts from April to October. Bulgaria joined the European Union in 2007 and now is one of the cheapest countries in Europe for tourists.

Holidays in Bulgaria

Bulgaria is wealthy and peaceful country. That is why thousands of tourists come for vacations here. Temperate climate of the Black Sea cost, warm sea, extensive infrastructure, large and clean sandy beaches – all of it attract foreigners.

Holidays in Bulgaria is the best option for Russians. Inexpensive trip tickets, tasty and familiar cuisine, similar language, the same religion – all that allows Russians to feel comfortable and safe.

Ancient sights, picturesque sceneries touch tourists’ feelings. There are many places for leisure activities: beaches, holy places, healing springs, wonderful architecture and so on.

History of Bulgaria

The history of Bulgaria is ancient and rich. Greeks, Romans, Thracians and Byzantines leave they marks on Bulgarian lands. Thracians inhabited Balkan Peninsula in the first millennia BC, at the end of VII century Greek colonization was begun, the Roman Empire came instead of Greeks. After the fall of the great Empire, the Slavs inhabited peninsula. The Byzantine Empire became the owner of the land.

References to the Bulgarians themselves date from V- VII centuries. At that time, the tribes of Bulghars came to peninsula. The name of the state “Bulgaria” came from these tribes.

The darkest hour for Bulgaria is Turkish yoke (1396-1878). Patriarchate was annihilated; priories, monuments and cultural values were destroyed. In the VIII century, national revival was begun. After Russo-Turkish War, in 1878, constitutional monarchy was restored.

During the First World War Bulgaria fought with Germany and was among defeated. After the Second World War Bulgaria became a communistic state and the part of Eastern Block. In 1989, there were the major changes in politics and public life. The country entered upon the democratic path.

Bulgaria today

The total area of Bulgaria is 110 993 square kilometers. It is 22 % of Balkan Peninsula. The population of the country is 7.3 million people.

The capital and the biggest city of the country is Sofia. More than 1.2 million people live there. Sofia is consider to be second the most ancient city in Europe.

The official language is Bulgarian, more than 95 % of population speak this language. There is no established religion in this country, however, most people are adherents of Orthodoxy.

The highest point of the country is mountain Musala. The height is 2925 meters above sea level. The longest river is Iskar.  The length of the river is 340 kilometers. There are more than 400 caves in the country’s territory!

 Foreign guests of Bulgaria should be careful! When Bulgarian nods, it means he says “no”, and when he shake his head, it means he says “yes”. Bulgarian wine.

If you find yourself in Bulgaria, you should taste Bulgarian wine. This country has a millennial wine making history.

In addition, you should taste Bulgarian yogurt. It has unique taste.  The secret of the receipe is bacteria Lactobacillus Bulgaricus, which can be found only in Bulgarian air.  

If you find yourself in Bulgaria, you should visit city Nesebr, which was found in 1000 BC. In addition, you can visit Balchik, Veliko Turnovo, and the Roses Valley in Kazanlyk. Moreover, don’t forget to get an eyeful of beautiful Cape Kaliakra.

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