Bulgaria offers beautiful lonely sand beach in Europe that will surely attract many visitors. Bulgaria is having a couple of untouched, non-commercialized beaches by its Black Sea. I am disclosing this info only for nature lovers, enjoyers and keepers.
Sunny Beach –
Sunny Beach can be described as one of the main seaside resorts along Bulgaria’s ‘Black Sea’ coast. It’s situated at a rough distance of 35 Km on the northern side of Burgas within Nassebar municipality, Burgas Province.
Sunny Beach take pleasure in the satisfaction of being one amongst the most well-known and largest holiday resorts across Bulgaria.
Sunny Beach can boast of Mediterranean climate. Germans and Russian prefer to come over to this place more often. For Serbian tourists, Sunny Beach bear out to be the most affordable ‘alternative’ to well-established ‘Mediterranean Resorts’.
Sofia, the capital of Bulgaria, is located to the north of the Vitosha Mountains. With a population of over 2,000,000, it is the largest city in the country and the fifteenth largest European city.
Vladayska and the Iskar rivers cross the city’s western region of Bulgaria. At an altitude of 550 m, the temperatures range from -6°C in the winter to 26°C in the summer, formulate the months of May to September, the best time to visit.
The city urbanized due to its central Balkan region. It has been attack by every major empire including the Macedonians, Romans, Ottomans and Soviets. Modern Sofia is a intermingle of culture, history and a rapidly growing market .
Bansko is a popular mountain resort located in south-western Bulgaria. The city is situated at an elevation of 936 m above sea level.
Bansko is characterized by a intermediary continental climate. Summers are hot, while winters are cold.
Bansko is a historical city and archaeological substantiation points to its existence as early as the Roman Empire. The city is a developing tourist hub and an important cultural as well as administrative centre of Bulgaria.
Plovdiv, in southern Bulgaria, is the country’s second-largest city. The city is split into two uneven parts by the Maritza River. The two sides are associated by six bridges.
The city stands in between seven hills. The city traces its heritage to the Stone Age and has been occupied by the Macedonians and the Romans.
Modern Plovdiv is a commercial city with a flourishing economy and a population of 350,000 that is growing quickly every year.
Veliko Turnovo –
Veliko Turnovo, in central northern Bulgaria, is the secretarial centre of the Veliko Turnovo Province. Located along the Yantra River, the 4,662 square kilometer city is bound by four hills. Mountaineering the Sveta Gora hills offers a panoramic view of the city.
Traditionally, the city known as Turnovo was considered ‘second only after Constantinople’. Today, Veliko Turnovo is an important centre for culture and tourism and an important administrative and communication centre for northern Bulgaria.