Bulgaria Attractions

Bulgaria is a small country with an amazing amount of historical, cultural and natural sights and attractions, which can be seen in almost every nook around.

Some of these attractions are on the UNESCO World Heritage List, some we have listed in the Top Ten section, some we have tried to catalogue briefly here but there is definitely much more that the travellers will discover when they decide to explore our country. Have a look at our selection and pick these attractions which best fit to your mood, taste and preferences.

Earth and Man Museum

Earth and Man Museum in Sofia houses gigantic crystals, cave pearls, thousands of specimens of minerals, rocks, ores and fossils as well as hundreds of thin sections and structural models......

Rila Monastery

The Rila Monastery, which is the biggest monastery in Bulgaria, is located only 100 km from Sofia and close to the famous Borovets ski resort. Follow the International E79 route from Sofia t......

Klisura Monastery

The Klisura Monastery of St. St. Cyril and Methodius lies about 85 km from Sofia. It is one of the few mixed monasteries in Bulgaria and the second after the Rila Monastery with a status of a settleme...

Silistar

Silistar is a protected area, a wild place located in the southern part of the Black Sea coast , which is the home of one of the best preserved old forest ecosystems.......

Hadjidraganovite kashti

Hadjidraganovite kashti (Hadzhi Dragan's Houses) is perhaps the most strikingly authentic Bulgarian restaurant one can find in Sofia. Located at 75 Kozlodui Street, in the very heart of the Bulgarian....

The Old Town of Sozopol

The Old Town of Sozopol is an architectural reserve and the most popular tourist destination on the Bulgarian Black Sea coast. Sozopol is considered the oldest Bulgarian town on the seaside and remain...