Everyone knows the sea and ski resorts in Bulgaria, but many do not know that it is one of the oldest states in Europe. Long before our era, these lands were inhabited by various peoples, who left a huge number of historical and cultural monuments for future generations. Enjoying the wonderful climate and picturesque landscapes, you have the opportunity to explore all the hidden treasures of this ancient country.
The main attraction of the city of Veliko Tarnovo, the third capital of Bulgaria, which was called the "queen of cities", and in terms of value was equated to Rome and Constantinople.
Ivanovo rock monasteries are a unique creation of human hands: numerous cells and churches are carved directly in the 36-meter cliff above the river, without the use of any technology.
Recognized as an architectural miracle and a symbol of Sofia, the cathedral is the second largest Orthodox church in the Balkans.
The ancient temple is one of the few that have survived to this day in almost perfect condition, the medieval frescoes are its main asset.