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Info about the settlements


Plovdiv is the second largest city in Bulgaria, behind the capital Sofia, and is one of the most historic cities in the whole of the Balkan’s. read more ›

Veliko Tarnovo

Have you heard of Veliko Tarnovo? Has anyone ever told you anything about this town? Did you know that it was established over 7000 years ago... read more ›


Sofia is Bulgaria’s capital and its largest city. Founded thousands of years ago, today the city continues to develop as the country’s cultural and economic center. read more ›


The town of Balchik up north is yet another pearl in the crown of the Bulgarian seaside that is worth visiting by those who wish to further expand their knowledge on local culture. read more ›


Orehovo is a Bulgarian village in the Rhodope mountain range. It is approximately one hours drive from Plovdiv (European Capital of Culture 2019) and two and half hours drive from Sofia (the Capital city). read more ›


The city of Varna is situated in the North-Eastern part of Bulgaria, on the Black Sea shore. Varna is the third largest city in Bulgaria and the largest one on the Black Sea shore with population of about 330 000 people. read more ›


Sozopol lies in the southern part of the region, some 40 km south of Burgas. read more ›


The town of Nesebar is located about 30 km north of Burgas and is one of the most prominent seaside resorts in Bulgaria. read more ›

Sunny Beach

Sunny Beach lies in the southern part of the coast, 40 km north of Burgas and happens to be the biggest sea resort in Bulgaria. read more ›


Kavarna is a place of rich history which has preserved its virginity and the charm of its unique nature and in the meantime - a developing centre of golf tourism. read more ›
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