Monday, 26 June 2017



Hidden Treasures of Bulgaria (2006) | By Albena Shkodrova and Anthony Georgieff



  
Do you know what landmark can be found in Gumoshtnik? Or Svilengrad?

If you never suspected the existence of the former, and think there are no landmarks at all in the latter, Hidden Treasures of Bulgaria will prove you wrong.

Readable and informative, in both Bulgarian and English, the book introduces 15 natural, cultural and historical landmarks that, for some reason, have either remained outside the popular interest or have merits of which the average Bulgarian or foriegn tourist is unaware.

The reader is taken on a tour – from the border areas of the Strandzha Mountain and the Rezovo River through Karlovo and Pravets to the Radetzky at Kozloduy and the cliffs of Belogradchik and Yaylata. Hidden Treasures of Bulgaria is a book for the traveller who is not afraid to go beyond the established tourist clichés and prefers to stay off the beaten tracks - even if he is headed to more popular destinations, such as the Rila Monastery, Balchik, Mount Shipka, Rozhen or Rupite.

You can buy this book by filling the form here.

 

 

Epicure


Bulgaria
Foreign Wines Outnumbered Bulgarian Ones on Vinaria 2014 Competition

11 March 2014 | National wine tastings, preceding Bulgaria’s biggest wine fair, Vinaria 2014, started today with a surprise: foreign wines exceeded in number Bulgarian ones first time in history of the competition. Full Story



Curiosity Chest


Bulgaria
Dimitur, who visualisеd the Bulgarian expression “Pumpkin Head!”

26 February 2014 | He is 26 and he tried to enroll in the national Fine Arts academy. Academics, though, refused to recognize his talents, and this is how he searched for consolation in food carving. Full Story






Music


Bulgaria
Bansko Jazz Festival in Bulgaria: The Hills Are Alive with the Sound of Music

Although Bankso is still best known as Bulgaria’s biggest and most modern winter resort and a skiing and snowboarding enthusiasts’ favourite, the town – nestled in the Pirin Mountain, has also established a reputation among music lovers as the host town of one of the country’s biggest jazz festivals. Full Story