You have passed through/by a place over and over again, and you have never found it appealing. You have formed an opinion (almost always negative or at most neutral) of the destination and it won’t probably appear on your travel radar. Unless you are shown to the place by a local. That’s what happened last weekend […]
In a tiny territory, Bulgaria packs lakes, rivers, beaches, and mountains. The country will fascinate you with its fantastic food, profound culture, and unmatched magnetism.
This post will tell you the fascinating story of Cabyle – an ancient thracian settlement. If you like diving in history, you’ll love the information and photos in this article. Before moving to the antique village of Cabyle, I’ll first narrate you a short story about Yambol, the town in whose vicinity the Thracian village […]
Today, I am going to recount you a story about one of my favourite towns in Bulgaria – Karlovo (I am a proud Bulgarian in case you didn’t know yet). I was wondering how to walk you around this petite, yet verdant and undeniably gorgeous, town. For a favourite place, one should really be convincing. […]
In the end of June, on an invitation of Green Wood Hotel & Spa Bansko, some fellow bloggers and I visited the hotel to review its premises. In the meantime, we had a chance to explore the verdant Pirin Mountains and in a small group on a promising Saturday morning, we tried to conquer its […]
Thousands of books have been written on Vassil Levski, his magnificent feats, and deeds of valour. I would like to share with you the most important highlights of his humongous role for the liberation of Bulgaria from the Ottoman Empire, why he is still honoured today, and why he is deemed “The greatest Bulgarian of […]