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Spring in the Park-Museum Vrana palace

Vrana palace Sofia
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Reading time: 4 minutes What is the best way to explore a destination? Of course to see the both – the nature and the history. It was one of the first sunny and warm spring days when we decided to go there. Vrana Palace is a marvelous combination of history and nature. Though the days of Bulgarian kingdom are […]

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Belogradchik and Magura Cave

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Reading time: 5 minutes Due to its remoteness and somewhat not-so-good-reputation the northwestern part of Bulgaria usually wasn’t included into my plans for travelling. This time, however, I have more than 2 days off and the weather forecasts wasn’t appropriate for mountains so I decided to go to explore that yet not so well known part of Bulgaria. We […]

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Thermal water close to Sofia

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Reading time: 4 minutes It is said that most of the cities in Bulgaria back in the first millennium BC had arisen close to the thermal water. It is believed that the Tracian tribes settled around and formed the first villages attracted by the rich with mineral water land. Bulgaria has more than 500 hot springs and all around […]

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Bratsigovo and Snejanka cave – a great weekend far from city

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Reading time: 6 minutes Traditionally with approachment of the weekend one question gives me no peace – where to go this time? Recently I reached a lot of places that are in a hour distance from Sofia and obviously it was time to extend that circle.

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Mugla Village and Kazandzhi Dere Eco Trail

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Reading time: 7 minutes Far away from the crowded and noisy cities, enclosed between majestic slopes of Rhodope mountains is located Mugla village. The first inhabitants of the village settled the place because of the clean, pleasant to taste water. Once upon a time the village had a school with more than 300 students. Now the average age of […]