Why Bulgaria
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Why Bulgaria

There are so many reasons to choose Bulgaria for your holiday because there are so many way to enjoy its nature and sights.
Almost three times smaller than the United Kingdom and with population 10 times less then it, Bulgaria is a country situated in South Eastern Europe between Romania (North), Serbia and Macedonia (West), Greece and Turkey (South) and the Black Sea (East).
The natural landscape of Bulgaria is unspoilt and incredibly varied. It only take couple of hours drive from the snowly peaks of Rila and Pirin to the sandy beaches of the coast.
Beeing the centre of several anciant civilizations Bulgaria is rich of architectural treasures from different ages: Thacian tombs,  amphitheathers, Greek and Byzantine ruins, Bulgarain churches and charming wooden houses and open-air villages-museums.
Gourmets have long since esteemed the merits of Bulgarian cuisine with the verdict that it is tasty, spicy and varied, appealing to one and all. Indeed who would not like the abundance of fresh fruits and vegetables, juicy meat, grilled or served with piquant sauce, various vegetarian dishes, the banitsa (cheese pastry) which simply melts in your mouth and the famous Bulgarian yogurt?
The Bulgarians are smiling and friendly people that will welcome you in a very hospitable way.






Exiting Sights

Bulgaria is an exiting destinations to discover for people with different interests in the history and nature. Here is the list of all UNESCO sights in the country.


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General Facts

Bulgaria is a parliamentary republic with a National Assembly (One House Parliament) of 240 national representatives. The President is Head of State.
The oficial anthem of the Republic of Bulgaria is Bulgaria Mila Rodino (Dear Motherland).  


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Beautiful Nature

Beautiful mountains, lovely green forests, long sandy beaches, many lakes and well distinguished four seasons to enjoy- this all you can find in Bulgaria!


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Delicious Food and wine
The centuries-old Bulgarian culinary traditions have created remarkable combinations of fresh ingredients, a joy for the eye and the palate, a real veritable gastronomic treasure.The Bulgarian culinary geography abounds in delicious specialities and exotic dishes: Shopska salad (fresh tomatoes, cucumbers, onion anf white feta cheese), Bansko-style kapama (meat and vegetables stewed in an earthenware dish), Rodope cheverme (lamb roasted on a spit over an open fire),  Danube fish soup and Sozopol-style mussels, Thracian katmi (special kind of pancake) and Dobroudja banitsa. 
What can be better than a tasty dish in combination with a cup of good wine!? If you think so, you will be satisfied in Bulgaria. 
Because Bulgarian white and red wines are world famous with their excellent quality and have been awarded prizes at international competitions and exhibitions.

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