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Hiking in Vitosha without crowds – mission possible

Vitosha
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Reading time: 6 minutes If you browse the internet about hiking in Vitosha you will probably found a lot of popular routes such as the Golden bridges, Aleko hut or Boyana’s waterfal. All of them are charming places to go during the week, but are also usually very crowded with people during the weekend. Actually Vitosha is one of […]

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Tran Eco Trail II – Walking the goat’s path

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Reading time: 5 minutes When I hear the name of Tran the first thing that comes to my mind is the Erma river gorge and the ecopath that goes to there. Whereas it turns out that there is one more not so well known ecopath which I found just yesterday – Tran Eco Trail II. Few hours afterwards I […]

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Village Chavdar and Archaeological Park “Topolnitsa”

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Reading time: 5 minutes One of the things I like most is to discover new places I have never heard before. One of my latest trip was exactly like this. Even though village Chavdar and the archaeological park Topolnitsa are only in one hour distance from Sofia I have not even imagined that there is a place like this […]

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Geopark Iskar-Panega – diving into the Blue

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Reading time: 4 minutes Geopark Iskar-Panega is a beautiful place with unspoiled nature just in 2 hours from Sofia. The place is also famous with the biggest karst spring in Bulgaria – Glava panega. This is the reason of the specific blue color of the river. The area is also known with its rocks formations dating 100 milion years […]

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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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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 […]