Bulgaria: The Bradt Travel Guide
Bradt Travel Guides, 2008 - 296 sivua
Bulgaria's charms include the attractive Black Sea coastline with a mixture of secluded coves and nature reserves; rugged mountainous scenery, with a wealth of wild flowers, birds and mammals; and several flourishing ski resorts. This corner of eastern Europe can also boast nine UNESCO World Heritage Sites, all included in detail in the Bradt guide. Special sections on Bulgarian food, wine, birding and natural history bring out the best of the country. Detailed information is also provided on the capital, Sofia.
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PART TWO THE GUIDE
Central Stara Planina and the Danube Plain
The Valley of the Roses and Sredna Gora
19th century 2hrs 3hrs adult 2lv Aleksandur archaeological Balkan Bansko beautiful birds Black Sea BSPB building built bulevard Bulgarian cuisine Burgas buses bus station butterflies cafes centre Church of Sv colours cultural daily Danube decorated Ethnographic Museum exhibits famous Festival fortress frescoes Gabrovo garden Georgi Gotse Delchev grilled House-Museum Hristo Botev huge iconostasis icons Kazanluk Koprivshtitsa Kushta Macedonia main square medieval mehana Mon-Fri monastery mosque mountain My3ePi National Revival nearby nice Ottoman Empire Pamporovo park Pirin Pizza Plovdiv region restaurant Rhodope Mountains Rhodopes Rila River road rock Roman rooms route Ruse salads Shumen Sliven Sofia species Stara Planina stay ft stone Strandzha style summer Thracian tomb tourist information office town traditional trains railway station Tryavna Tsar Tue-Sun Turkish Turks ulitsa uprising Varna Vasil Levski Veliko Turnovo village visitors walk wine winter