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Sights, Bulgaria

Be sure to pack your camera, because Bulgaria is filled with stunning sightseeing adventures to embark on, where you can capture some superb scenery, as well as natural bridges and monuments. The intricately detailed Eagles’ Bridge in Sofia was built in 1888, to mark the eastern border and to this day, still stands tall and proud.

Devil’s Throat Cave

Located in the Western Rhodopes of Bulgaria, Devil’s Throat Cave is a popular attraction for tourists, cave-explorers, and photographers.

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Eagle’s Bridge

Eagle’s Bridge is a late 19th century landmark that crosses the Perlovska River and connects two beautiful parks. The bridge was designed by Czech…

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Ivan Vazov National Theatre

The Ivan Vazov National Theatre is Bulgaria’s national theatre, as well as the oldest and most authoritative theatre in the country.

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Musala

Musala is Bulgaria’s highest summit and is in the Rila Mountains and derived its name from the Islamic “Throne of Allah”. It is located in the east.

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Perperikon

Located in the Eastern Rhodope range, one of the most beautiful and enigmatic ancient places in Bulgaria is the Thracian city of Perperikon.

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Pirin National Park

The Pirin National Park spreads over 40,000 hectares in the Pirin Mountains and is famous for beautiful glacial lakes and the huge range of plants.

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Rila National Park

Rila is Bulgaria’s largest National Park, hidden in the heart of the famous Rila Mountain covers a vast area of 81,000 hectares.

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Seven Rila Lakes

Irakli beach is situated between the Black Sea towns/resorts of Obzor (north) and Nessebar (south). It’s a nudist beach.

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The Melnik Pyramids

Melnik Pyramids are a breath-taking natural rock formation on the outskirts of Melnik, the smallest town in Bulgaria. They are basically jagged hills.

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Vihren

Vihren is Bulgaria’s second highest peak after Musala and the name “Vihren” means “windy peak”. It is situated in Northern Pirin.

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