Bulgaria, Best Places To See 4K - 2019
Bulgaria, Best Places To See 4K - 2019
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0:00 ► DEVETASHKA CAVE
The Devetàshka cave ( #Devetàshka #peshterà as it is pronounced in #Bulgarian) is a picturesque karst cave near Veliko Tarnovo.
Discovered in 1921 by Bulgarian explorers, the cave went a number of years without being recognized for its cultural heritage and was even used as an oil depot in the 1950s. Today, Devetashka is a protected national landmark of national and international significance and has been declared a monument of culture.
0:30 ► CAPE KALIAKRA
Cape Kaliakra is one of the most beautiful and historic Capes in #Europe. Situated close to the #RomanianBorder, it is a favorite stop for tourists looking for pretty sights and interesting historic places to visit north of Varna.
0:48 ► BALCHIK PALACE
The palace and the botanical garden in Balchik joined in an architectural and park complex, are a piece of heaven on earth and a must-see tourist attraction on the Bulgarian #BlackSeaCoast
The official name of the palace was the Quiet Nest Palace. It was constructed between 1926 and 1937, during the Romanian control of the region, for the needs of #QueenMarieofRomania
1:11 ► ORLOVA CHUKA CAVE
The Orlova Chuka Cave is a work of nature with unique beauty and one of the most interesting caves in Bulgaria. Since 1963 it is a natural landmark and since 1978 it is an archeological cultural monument with national importance.
Orlova Chuka cave's name is connected with the name of the cliff where is its entrance. In the near past, there were eagles living there.
1:43 ► KRUSHUNA WATERFALLS
The Krushunskiye are a series of waterfalls in northern Bulgaria, near the village of Krushuna, Letnitsa Municipality, 34 km from the city of Lovech. They are famous with their picturesque landscape and are formed by many travertines.
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Top things to do in Balchik, Bulgaria
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Beautiful Black Sea coast of Bulgaria (Balkan Road Trip 01)
Sozopol, Nesebar (near sunny beach) & Varna (golden sands) at the Black Sea coast of Bulgaria are the first stops on our Balkan Road Trip.
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We show you the best things to do at the black sea coast of Bulgaria in this episode and give tips for excursions and tours you should do when you visit.
Bulgaria has so much more sights than just the beaches like golden sands and sunny beach - it also has more things to do than just drinking cheap alcohol and joining the parties:
The ancient towns of Sozopol and Nesebar are amongst the oldest cities of Bulgaria and are very nice located - totally worth a visit!
Varna is one of the biggest cities of the country and therefore a bit more hustling and bustling, but if you head out of town e.g. to Raponggi Beach you also find some quiet spots to relax.
Especially the coast north of Varna with it's cliffs is very stunning, the following spots have been our favorite places at the black sea coast:
- Cape Kaliakra
- Thracian Cliffs Golf & Beach Resort
- Botanical Garden of Balchik
In the next episode of our Balkan Road Trip we'll visit Skopje in Macedonia!
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➤Balchik (Bulgarian: Балчик, Romanian: Balcic, Turkish: Balçık) is a Black Sea coastal town and seaside resort in the Southern Dobruja area of northeastern Bulgaria. It is located in Dobrich Province and is 42 km northeast of Varna. The town sprawls scenically along hilly terraces descending from the Dobruja plateau to the sea.
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Laguna Beach Hotel (full presentation) Albena - BULGARIA 2018
Hotelul Laguna Beach **** este situat pe plajă în zona centrală a stațiunii Albena din Bulgaria. Hotelul funcționează în regim All Inclusive și are două piscine exterioare dintre care una pentru copii cu un mic aqua parc. Plaja este în fața hotelului iar fiecare cameră are dreptul la două șezlonguri și o umbrelă. Camerele au fost modernizate în 2017 și hotelul a trecut printr-o renovare minoră. Față de alte hoteluri din Albena acesta are cea mai bună poziție și unele din cele mai bune dotări la categoria sa de preț. Piscina interioară este cu apă termală, nu este forte mare dar este de ajuns. Lobby-ul este destul de generos, iar Lobby Bar este bine aprovizionat și personalul este amabil. Restaurantul este la nivelul așteptărilor și mâncarea destul de diversificată. Este un hotel care își merită bani.
Acum partea proastă. Hotelul are parteneriat cu TUI Franța și este rezervat în totalitate de TUI așa că nu mai poate fi rezervat din România. Programele sunt pentru francezi, spectacolele, meniul, distracția, iar personalul este vorbitor de limba franceză. Din ce am observat personalul este adus în mare parte din țări francofone, în general din Africa.
Hotel Laguna Beach **** is located on the beach, in the central area of Albena Resort in Bulgaria. The hotel operates as All Inclusive and has two outdoor swimming pools, one for children with a small aqua park. The beach is in front of the hotel, each room enjoying two sun loungers and an umbrella. The rooms were upgraded in 2017 and the hotel underwent a minor renovation. Compared to other hotels in Albena, it has the best location and some of the best facilities in its price category. The indoor pool is with thermal water, it is not big but it is enough. The lobby is quite generous and the Lobby Bar is well-stocked and the staff is kind. The restaurant is at the level of expectations and the food is quite diverse. It is a hotel that deserves its money.
L'Hotel Laguna Beach **** est situé sur la plage, dans le centre de la station balnéaire d'Albena en Bulgarie. L'hôtel fonctionne en formule tout compris et dispose de deux piscines extérieures, une pour les enfants avec un petit parc aquatique. La plage est en face de l'hôtel, chaque chambre bénéficiant de deux chaises longues et d'un parasol. Les chambres ont été rénovées en 2017 et l'hôtel a subi une rénovation mineure. Comparé à d’autres hôtels à Albena, il bénéficie du meilleur emplacement et de certains des meilleurs équipements dans sa catégorie de prix. La piscine couverte est avec eau thermale, ce n’est pas grand mais c’est suffisant. Le lobby est assez généreux et le bar du lobby est bien achalandé et le personnel est gentil. Le restaurant est au niveau des attentes et la nourriture est assez variée. C'est un hôtel qui mérite de l'argent.
What to See & Do in Varna, Bulgaria
What to See & Do in Varna, Bulgaria
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In this episode, David’s Been Here explores what to see and do in Varna, one of the most beautiful towns along Bulgaria’s Black Sea coast.
David begins at the Archaeological Museum of Varna, which holds an exquisite collection of artifacts spanning thousands of years. Among all the priceless objects held here is the oldest uncovered golden treasure in the world. David shows us the skeleton of the Thracian man that was found alongside his golden treasure, dating back to 5,000 B.C. The man and gold were found in an ancient necropolis in the western industrial zone of Varna. Archaeologists believe the man was around 45-50 years old when he died.
Continuing with the history tour of the city, David makes a stop to see Varna’s Roman Bath complex. These are the fourth largest Roman Baths in Europe! The bath complex still has remnants of the different rooms where cold, warm, and hot water pools were situated. Another part of the complex that is visible are the shops, which are located just outside the bath complex.
Next stop is the Varna Cathedral, the oldest cathedral in Bulgaria, dating back to 1886 (pre-dates the Sofia Cathedral). It is the biggest Cathedral on the Black Sea coast. Inside, David shows us some of the hand painted icons and scenes from Jesus’ life. Inside, the priest of the church gives us some more information about the history of the Cathedral.
After sightseeing, David works up an appetite. He heads to the pedestrian zone in the city center to get a snack of roasted corn sprinkled with cheese. For just 3 leva you can also enjoy this delicious snack.
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Shepherd Entertainment gives you the history of Aladzha Monastery, a medieval Orthodox Christian cave monastery complex in
The primary goal of those people who spend their holiday on golden sand is the nearby Aladia Monastery. Don't think of something similar to the Meteoros or a church with a tower and dome. Aladia is a monastery carved in a cave in the middle of a dense forest. Only its inner parts have survived. The forest where it can be found belongs to the 1320 hectare gold sand nature reserve park. We can get there by taxi or bus if we don't have a car and it's only a five minute walk from the car park. Monks invested a lot of hard work to make a kind of labyrinth in the natural caves of the limestone rock starting in the 16th century. Everything was to be found that is to be expected in a monastery. A refectory, a kitchen, a storeroom, rooms, library, chapel and even a cemetery.
We can approach the cave safely on the metal stairs and wooden pavement built during the excavation. Carved in the cliff in front of the caves, a rock church used to stand. Although the exact time is unknown, the church collapsed due to an earthquake or landslide and since then what is left of the monastery has seemed like a cutaway view. On the outdoor stage of the park between the monastery and the museum, classical music concerts are held on summer evenings.
Walking around the area, we can see even more hermit caves but the majestic forest itself, full of birdsong and serenity is an experience in itself. The dense shade of the forests is a pleasant change after the burning sun of the seaside. The remaining belongings of the monks are on display in the small museum of the monastery and here, we can also look at the drawing of the excavation in cutaway form which explains the construction of the labyrinth. Besides the mosaics, icons and articles for personal use, we can get to know the process of the excavation too. The subject of the exhibition is ecclesiastical but is completed by works of modern fine arts.
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Compilation with the most beautiful Black Sea beaches from the northern part of Bulgaria.
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BULGARIA HOLIDAYS part 1
In 2007 a total of 5,200,000 tourists visited Bulgaria, making it the 39th most popular destination in the world. Tourists from Greece, Romania and Germany account for 40% of visitors.Significant numbers of British (+300,000), Russian (+200,000), Serbian (+150,000), Polish (+130,000) and Danish (+100,000) tourists also visit Bulgaria.
Main destinations include the capital Sofia, coastal resorts like Albena, Sozopol, Nesebar, Golden Sands and Sunny Beach; and winter resorts such as Pamporovo, Chepelare, Borovetz and Bansko. The rural tourist destinations of Arbanasi and Bozhentsi offer well-preserved ethnographic traditions. Other popular attractions include the 10th century Rila Monastery and the 19th century Euxinograd château.