The unique country of Bulgaria is rich in natural resources
Bulgaria is a country that enchants with its landscapes, cultural attractions, great entertainment opportunities and, of course, hospitable people.
For a family holiday with children, it is best to choose Golden Sands or Albena. Here, the access to the sea is gentle, the sea itself is shallow and there are many water slides and attractions. Young people and active family couples can choose Sunny Beach. This is the largest resort in Bulgaria. It is 5 km long and offers numerous restaurants, discos and entertainment shows.History buffs should opt for Nessebar, an outstanding historical town where ancient structures and monuments have survived to this day.For those who want to combine relaxation and treatment, Bulgaria offers a treatment with mineral water - balneology. Bulgarian balneology is represented by black and even white muds, which are intended for the treatment and prevention of a variety of diseases.
Bulgaria has many attractions to offer, which are under the protection of UNESCO. The Banya Bashi Mosque, for example, is one of the oldest in Europe. At the entrance there is a stone with ancient hieroglyphics that no one can decipher.The main historical places are inland - Sofia, Tarnovo. On the coast you will find the town of Nessebar with its windmill and famous botanical garden and rose plantations. Rose Valley will remind you of an artist’s canvas. You won't be able to take your eyes off it.Besides the Valley of Roses, the list of Bulgarian sights also includes the Thracian Tomb of Kazanlak, which has miraculously survived to this day, having survived many wars and looting.A must-see is the Balchik Palace of Queen Mary. The simple but chic palace is a small building with two rooms, one of which has a stone throne built with exquisite taste. From this throne the queen loved to watch the sunrises and sunsets. The greenhouses, the living sculptures, all elaborated with scientific precision, are an unforgettable spectacle.Bulgarian cuisine has been influenced by the dishes of different nations and cultures, is rich in spices, and Bulgarian wines are famous far beyond the country's borders. The non-alcoholic national drink is ayran, which is made of sour milk and water, and Bulgarian yogurt has a special taste thanks to the unique bacteria discovered in Bulgaria.Bulgaria will not leave anyone indifferent!