Visual Adventure – Bulgaria

Gary Arndt February 27, 2013 3

In 2011 I had the pleasure of visiting Bulgaria on my very first G Adventure trip. We managed to visit this under-appreciated country while going from Budapest to Istanbul. Bulgaria was surprising at many different levels, including the food, the people, and the depth of history. It is also one of the most affordable countries to visit in all of Europe. If you go, make sure to try the shopska salad. It quickly became one my favourite dishes.

Train tracks going through the Bulgarian countryside.

Small home outside Veliko Tarnovo.

Broken windmill inside Belogradchik Fortress.

The rocks of Belogradchik.

The ancient UNESCO World Heritage Site, Boyana Church in Sofia.

3 Comments »

  1. Tsveti March 4, 2013 at 4:37 pm - Reply

    Thank you for bringing me back to my memories.Bulgaria is a magic place…undiscovered

  2. Nathan April 24, 2013 at 3:34 am - Reply

    Tsveti is saying true, Bulgaria is a magical place and also one of the cheapest European holiday destinations. Bulgaria is bordered by five countries. There are so many reasons to visit Bulgaria, black sea beaches are there to enjoy, ski resorts are there where we can do skiing in winter and I think most people don’t know that Bulgaria was the home of Orpheus. Varna’s Archaelogical Museum is one of the best places to see in Varna ( Bulgaria). food and drink is amazing there, don’t forget to try dishes such as yogurt and patatnik .

    Travel companies like varnaairportcarrentals.com or bulgariacarsrental.com can help you to book a car in advance at all bulgarian airports.
    But be sure Car rental company should be reliable andtrusted.

  3. Rand May 1, 2013 at 12:04 am - Reply

    My next trip….

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