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Be enchanted by Bulgaria. Offering a diverse landscape of Black Sea coastline, rugged mountain interiors, and rivers. It is a cultural melting pot with Greek, Slavic, Ottoman, and Persian influences.

At the foot of the dome Vitosha Mountain lies the capital city, Sofia. It is a cosmopolitan city of different nationalities and cultures. Rising majestically over the rooftops you will see the neo-Byzantine Aleksander Nevski Memorial Church. The church took 30 years to construct and was completed in 1912.
More than a thousand years of uninterrupted spiritual activity have swept through the beautiful monastery of Rila, which rises from a valley in the misty Rila Mountains.
Find a patch of sand to your liking along Bulgaria’s Black Sea coast. Away from the package resorts you will come across charming seaside towns, where you can also enjoy white sandy beaches.
Visit the charming Old Town of Plovdiv, Bulgaria’s second largest city. You will find ancient buildings nestled right in the centre of this seven-hilled town. It has a pleasant modern shopping street that flows past its 2nd-century Roman stadium (which still hosts concerts) and a 15th-century mosque. An effortless blend of old and new!

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Varna is a port city and seaside resort on Bulgaria's Black Sea, next to the coastal resorts of Golden Sands, St Konstantin, and Albena.