The 5 Largest Cities in Bulgaria
Sofia is the capital of Bulgaria and as such is the most important political and economic center. It is a city of contrasts - from the beautiful center and its Viennese-style buildings to the concrete jungle of the socialist quarters. And in this variety there are so many treasures of Roman and Byzantine times, from the early days of the Liberation and from the present day to the fact that it can amaze you all your life.
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Plovdiv is the second largest city in the country. It is also one of the most ancient cities in Europe. It coincides with the old and the new, and the historical monuments are not only a bit of history, but they also live in the present. Plovdiv is the city where you can visit a concert in antique theater in 2000, to eat in a tavern from the Renaissance period and to venture into modern and modern parks and boulevards.
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Varna is called the sea capital of Bulgaria. Apart from the cultural life that boils in the theaters, cinemas, opera houses and museums of the city, Varna knows how to take advantage of its maritime location. With its Sea Garden, Varna Aquarium and the only Dolphinarium, it attracts a large number of tourists every year.
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Burgas is the second largest city on the Black Sea coast after Varna. It also has a great Sea Garden, which smoothly merges with a wide beach strip. Burgas is an extremely comfortable tourist destination because it offers all the amenities of the big city, the pleasure of the sea, the sun, the beach and the sea breeze and is easily accessible (the road from Sofia to Burgas is less than 4 hours on the highway).
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Russe is the fifth largest city in Bulgaria. It is situated on the banks of the Danube river, which connects it with Central and Western Europe and the Black Sea. Closer to the Romanian capital than to the Bulgarian, Ruse is closer to Central than to Eastern Europe in architectural terms. For this reason, the city is often called "Little Vienna".
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Wizz Air, the largest low-cost airline in Central and Eastern Europe, welcomed 1 new, highly efficient Airbus A320 in Bulgaria and launched 6 new routes from Varna. The new destinations from the sea capital are Berlin, Cologne, Copenhagen, Hamburg, Liverpool and Paris, with the first flights from Varna to Copenhagen, Hamburg and Berlin. With new destinations, the ever-growing WIZZ network in Bulga... read more
Victor Yankov: I hope that in 5 years people will still remember what happened in Plovdiv in 2019
In the past six months, since Plovdiv became European Capital of Culture, this Bulgarian city appeared on the European map with small, slow, yet steady steps, without blowing its own horns. Since the beginning of 2019 we managed to send key messages and enter the big European dialogue. ... read more
The Sand Sculpture Festival is held for the 12th time in Burgas. This year, only Bulgarian participants take part in it and the motto is "Favorite Children's Characters." This is a festival focusing on detail, sand sculptors say.
Ognyan Petkov, one of the doyennes of the forum in Burgas, says he accepts the idea of the festival because he likes all children’s characte... read more
“The museum – unexpected, open, shared” is an unorthodox exhibition which turns the idea of a museum as a place which stores memories on its head. And instead of telling one story with the help of exhibits, viewers are able to trace one story by looking at just one exhibit.
The exhibition on at the National Museum of Military History, which is on the “Plovdiv- European capital of cu... read more