London - Craiova Flights: the fastest route to Vidin
The town of Vidin and the rest of the settlements in the North-Western part of Bulgaria can now be reached through flights from Luton Airport in London to the city of Craiova in Romania. The low-cost air carrier WizzAir will launch the new flight destination in the beginning of October.
A preferred destination for UK property buyers, travelers to the border town of Vidin will now be able to reach the region not only with flights to the capital Sofia, but also with flights to the city of Craiova, followed by a 1.5h trip through Romania and the new Danube II Bridge across the river. This will make the journey from the airport to the city of Vidin shorter.
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The festival, held with the support of Burgas Municipality, is taking place in Burgas. More than 15 of the Best Street Food culinary artists in Bulgaria have been invited, Todorov said. "We are talking about mobile kitchens, kitchens on wheels, caravans, campers, truck... read more
An early Byzantine church, 20 by 10 meters in size, made from rock blocks and brick layers, with a floor lined with ceramic tiles has been discovered by archaeologists.
It has two entrances on the south and west sides and an interesting altar section, as it had benches where clergymen were sitting, as well as a bishop's throne in the central place, Professor Hitko Vachev said. He a... read more
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