Described as an exceptionally beautiful and distinctive destination, Bulgaria boasts having the most picturesque mountains, golden beaches, near villages and traditional food making you “eat your fingers” as the Bulgarian saying goes. All that being said, if you don’t happen to be impressed by Bulgaria, then you must be a hard-hearted individual! Jokes apart, discovering the magnificent beauty of Bulgaria and some of its greatest cities is not only an unforgettable experience but a phenomenal one. The best Bulgaria travel itinerary would give you a whole idea about the best places to visit in Bulgaria.
See the scenic beauty of Saint Sofia Church
Enjoy the sound and light show
Explore the incredible historical legacy
Experience the golden sands
Day 1: Arrival in Bulgaria
Day 2: Pleven
Day 3: Veliko Tarnovo
Day 4: Golden Sands
Day 5: Departure
The capital of Bulgaria is Sofia which has beautiful metropolis featuring a compact city center, cozy cafes, and restaurants, alongside worthwhile tourist stops, all of which are within walking distance of one another. Once you set foot in Sofia, you’ll want to explore some of its most prominent landmarks, along with contemplating its magical sunsets and landscapes high up on Vitosha Mountain. Undoubtedly, Sofia has its own unique riches, taking any tourists breath away. The suburbs of Boyana, the National History Museum, the Vitosha nature park, Borisova Gradina Central Park and the eminent Cathedral St. Alexander Nevsky represent only a small fraction of the most notable places around here. There are also various free activities that you can check out there!
As alluring as it genuinely seems to be, Pleven is often depicted as a distinguished town known for its rich historical legacy as well as its magnificent landscapes. Considered the 7th largest Bulgarian town, Pleven attracts a myriad of international visitors with its unconventional spirit, cultural landmarks, water cascades, unique art galleries, cave museums dedicated to wine production, and so much more. An excellent example of the city’s charm is the noteworthy water cascade fountain, featuring several water mirrors, a few waterfalls, and fountains.
Tsarevets exemplifies a significant page of Bulgaria’s history book and the sound and light show constitutes a magical experience focusing on key moments in the rich culture and history of Bulgaria. The symbolic fortress used to have a total of 3 entrances and today we can trace their outlines. The main one, however, defended by the towers, is accessible only from the western side. The second entrance bears the majestic name Asenova Gate as it is located in the north-western part of the fortress. The last entrance is regarded as the most famous one, known as Baldwin’s Tower after a Latin Emperor of Flanders who was captured by the great Bulgarian king Tsar Kaloyan during the Battle of Adrianople.
Lined with outstanding beaches and ripper sea resorts, Golden Sands provides all the essentials for a magical and sensational getaway. And believe it or not, Bulgaria’s refined Golden Sands do actually offer exceptional “golden sands”. The best part is that it is nearby beaches are reached within a short distance of about 20 km (12 miles) away from Varna and Sunny Beach which is another heavily-crowded summer destination attracting millions of worldwide visitors. Crystal water, amazing nightlife, and wonderful scenery await connoisseurs of nature.
On the last day of the trip, it is really hard to say goodbye to the beautiful place. But with this Bulgaria travel itinerary, you must have explored the best cities in Bulgaria.
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