Bulgaria is a small country in the Balkans. It’s surrounded by Serbia, Northern Macedonia, Romania, Greece and Turkey.
Let’s take a look at ten cities and places to be seen in this 16th largest country in Europe!
Burgas is on Bulgaria’s Black Sea coastline and it shares southern border with neighboring Kırklareli, Turkey.
Formerly known as “Stalin“, this city is a coastal city just like Burgas. The largest port in Bulgaria is located here.
Nesebar is one of the coastal villages in Burgas and has been declared a World Cultural Heritage by UNESCO in recent years.
This Sofia town is famous for its authentic Bulgarian architecture and folk music festivals.
Like Burgas, Veliko Tarnovo is a border province and shares the border with Romania.
Sozopol is a town which is close to Burgas. It is a holiday center located on the Black Sea coast of the country.
Located in southwest Bulgaria, this city is famous for its ski resorts.
You can find many activities to do and places to visit in this Bulgarian capital city.
Plovdiv is the second largest city after Sofia. It is an important economic, transport, cultural, and educational center.
Zheravna is a small town in Sliven. The town is home to more than 200 traditional wooden houses.