Bulgaria Tourist Attractions: 15 Top Places to Visit
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Top Places to visit in Bulgaria:
Sunny Beach, Rila Monastery, Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, Sofia, Saint Sofia Church, Sofia, Boyana Church, Russian Church, Sofia, Church of St. George, Sofia, Pamporovo, National Historical Museum, Church of St Petka of the Saddlers, Seven Rila Lakes, Bachkovo Monastery, Buzludzha, Varna Archaeological Museum, Belogradchik Rocks
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Top Things to See & Do in Stara Zagora - Bulgaria
Top Things to See & Do in Stara Zagora - Bulgaria
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Join David’s Been Here as they explore all of Bulgaria’s top sites and best destinations. In this video, David brings us to central Bulgaria where we’re taken on a full tour of the city of Stara Zagora. Starting in the Neolithic Dwelling Museum, we get a glimpse of Europe’s best-preserved dwellings from over 8,000 years ago, followed by a more recent historical tour of the Defenders of Stara Zagora Memorial Complex. If these two sites intrigued you then you’ll love Stara Zagora’s Museum of Religions, 3rd century Roman Mosaics and the Regional History Museum- some of the best cultural stops in the country. Top off your Stara Zagora visit with the best beer in Bulgaria at the Zagorka Brewery, where you can taste and tour some of the best beer in Eastern Europe. A city of just over 200,000, you’ll love the quaint, outdoorsy feel to this culturally saturated city in central Bulgaria.
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The Thracian Tomb of Kazanlak, Bulgaria
David's Been Here is touring all the top sites and must visit attractions in Central Bulgaria. In this video, David takes us 35 minutes outside the city of Stara Zagora to the small town of Kazanlak. Home to the Thracian Tomb of Kazanlak, this UNESCO World Heritage Site dates back to the 4th century BC and gives us an incredible glimpse into the belief systems of the ancient Thracian civilization. From the beautiful depictions of the afterlife in the tomb's ceiling murals to the stunning vaulted brickwork, the Thracian Tomb of Kazanlak is one of Bulgaria's most unique and interesting historical sites to visit.
Top Things To Do and See in Veliko Turnovo, Bulgaria - Travel Bulgaria
Top Things To Do and See in Veliko Turnovo, Bulgaria - Travel Bulgaria
Veliko Turnovo - Unique Holiday Experience in Bulgaria
Veliko Turnovo is situated in central Bulgaria, at the foothills of the Balkan Mountains. It is spread over the historical hills of Tsarevets, Trapezitsa and Sveta Gora, towering over the wide curves of the Iantra river. The city is more than 7000 years old. Veliko Tarnovo impresses with its original renaissance architecture - antique houses, situated one above another, towers, splendid museums, and monasteries with icon-paintings that attract tourists from all over the world. Capital of the Second Bulgarian Kingdom, Turnovo offers some of the most abundant and important cultural and historic attractions in Bulgaria. It also offers lively modern night life and nature with great opportunities for sports and rest.
Veliko Tarnovo has a rich historical past. The first clues for life date back to the 3rd millennium b.c. The first inhabitants were the Thracians and their settlement existed until the end of the Bronze Age. The next inhabitants were the Byzantines. A big Slav settlement was situated here during the VIII a.c. The Old-Bulgarian settlement appeared during the IX c. and during the X c. the hills Tsarevets, Trapezitsa and Sveta Gora were already richly populated. The brothers Asen and Peter organized successfully a revolt against Byzantine rule in 1187 and declared Veliko Tarnovo the capital of Bulgaria. Turnovo became a well-fortified city and a significant political, administrative, economic and cultural center in Europe during the next 200 years. The contemporaries referred to it as the The Second Constantinople and The Third Rome.
The most important remnant of these times is the archaeological preserve Tsarevets, a restored fortress that surrounds the hill Tsarvets. One of the main attractions of the fortress is the Baldwin towers where the Latin Emperor Baldwin was captured and locked during the crusade in the early 1200's. The palace of the Bulgarian tsars was a self-contained fortress with the fabulous Throne Hall and the palace church St. Petka. The Bulgarian patriarchate was situated on the highest place within the fortress. In recent years, the fortress has received further acclaim with a Lights and Sound show - a program that combines sound and light effects to reproduce the history of the old Bulgarian capital.
Venturing beyond the fortress walls, one enters a historical preserved neighborhood with winding narrow cobblestones lined with craft shops, cafes, restaurants and boutique hotels. One can admire the numerous fully renovated Renaissance houses in a typical Bulgarian style, interspersed with ancient ruins and churches. The Gurko street and the ethnographic complex Samovodska Charshia reveal a great variety of Renaissance houses that seem to have landed on top of each other, with sheer views over the Iantra river. The Sarafkina house, built in 1861, is a particularly beautiful sample.
There is much to do around Veliko Turnovo as well including fourteen monasteries built during the Second Bulgarian Kingdom in XII - XIV c. Many of them were destroyed during the Ottoman rule and were renovated by the self-educated Bulgarian architect and builder Kolio Ficheto and wall-painted by Zohari Zograf during XIX c. One of the largest is the Preobrajenski monastery that was founded at the time of the Second Bulgarian Kingdom during XIII - XIV c. by queen Sara, wife of Tsar Ivan Alexander. It had an important role for the spiritual life of the capital. It is situated 6km from Veliko Tarnovo in a beautiful area with vertical rocks in the canyon-like gorge of the Iantra River.
Turnovo has much to offer for people interested in history and architecture but it is also a very vibrant, energetic town with long pedestrian areas, restaurants, shops, and cafes. It is a favorite destination for Bulgarians of all ages and interests as well as international tourists.
Curious? You can look through the following listing of hotels and B&B's: [ Turnovo Holidays. You will not be disappointed.
Stefan Valev writes regular columns about holiday destinations in Bulgaria.
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Euremergent - turismo cultural en Bulgaria
Bulgaria cuenta con un total de siete bienes declarados por la Unesco Patrimonio Material de la Humanidad, más otros nueve que han sido admitidos como candidatos a tal calificación. Los ya reconocidos son:
La Iglesia de Boyana (Sofía)
Nessebar. (Costa del Mar Negro)
El Caballero de Mádara. (Provincia de Shumen)
Tumba tracia de Kazanlak. (Provincia de Stara Zagora)
Monasterio de Rila (Provincia de Kyustendil)
Las Iglesias ruprestres de Ivanovo. (Provincia de Ruse)
La tumba tracia de Svechetari (Provincia de Razgrad)
Sightseeing in Bulgaria: Zheravna
Bulgaria Travel Video
Bulgaria Travel Video - It isnt hard to see why so many foreign -- and Bulgarian -- holidaymakers descend on the Black Sea coastline each summer. The long, professionally maintained sandy beaches at the big resorts are the equal of some of the most popular Mediterranean destinations, and, if you just want to relax, top up your tan or try out some water sports, theres nowhere better. Away from the parasols and jet skis youll find smaller, more traditional seaside towns ideal for young families, as well as ancient settlements with cobbled lanes, quaint wooden houses and long, fascinating histories.
Even the coasts two big cities, Varna and Burgas, have attractive beaches within minutes of their busy urban hearts.
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Excursion in Bulgaria Shipka
The Shipka peak is on Shipchenski pass.
Through Shipchenski pass can be reached from the town of Kazanlak to the town of Gabrovo and Veliko Tarnovo.
At the top of Shipka is a great monument of the Russian victory over the Ottoman Empire during the Russian-Turkish war 1877-1878y.
During the 4 hot August days in 1877, on top of Shipka it was very heavy fighting.
45,000 Ottoman army tried to seize the Russian-Bulgarian position at the top, and unite with the Turkish army in the town of Pleven.
Despite the fact that Russian and Bulgarians gave a large number of victims, they kept the top, and with this victory they almost won the war.
The great and worthy of a mountain gave their lives for the liberation of Bulgaria.
The Shipka peak is a unique place that deserves attention.
From the lookout you can see the whole valley of Kazanlak, which is also known as Rose Valley or the Valley of the Thracian Kings.
For all tourists, who want to learn more about Shipka, we organize individual and group excursions to Shipka.
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Die Shipka Spitze ist auf Shipchenski Außenrist. Durch Shipchenski Außenrist kann von der Stadt Kazanlak, um der Stadt Gabrovo und Veliko Tarnovo zu erreichen. An der Spitze des Shipka ist ein großes Denkmal des russischen Sieges über das Osmanische Reich während des russisch-türkischen Krieg 1877-1878j.
Während der 4 heißen Augusttage im Jahre 1877, auf der Oberseite des Shipka es war sehr schweren Kämpfen. 45.000 osmanische Armee versuchte, die russisch-bulgarische Position an der Spitze zu ergreifen, und sich mit der türkischen Armee in der Stadt Pleven. Trotz der Tatsache, dass die russischen und Bulgaren gaben eine große Anzahl von Opfern, hielt sie die Spitze, und mit diesem Sieg fast den Krieg gewonnen. Der große und würdig eines Berg gaben ihr Leben für die Befreiung Bulgariens. Die Shipka Peak ist ein einzigartiger Ort, der Aufmerksamkeit verdient. Vom Aussichtspunkt können Sie das ganze Tal von Kazanlak, die auch als Rose Valley oder das Tal der thrakischen Könige bekannt zu sehen.
Für alle Touristen, die mehr über Bulgarien erfahren möchten, organisieren wir individuelle und Gruppenreisen in Bulgarien.
Mehr Informationen in unsere Website.
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도심 가까이의 한 주택. 초여름 장미가 절정이다. 한반도의 절반 크기에 인구는 약 690만 명. 불가리아는 목축과 농업에 의존하는 농경사회다. 특히 카잔럭 지방은 3-400전부터 장미유를 생산해 오던 장미의 고장이다. 우리일행은 장미연구소를 방문했다. 이곳은 100년 전부터 의료용으로 150여종의 식물을 연구해왔다. 카잔럭은 특히 장미유 생산의 최적지란다. “장미 기름을 짜는 장미가 잘 자라는 이유는 기후조건 덕분인데요. 뒤쪽의 산맥 때문에 여름에 아주 신선해서 장미 안의 유분을 만드는데 최적의 조건입니다.” 100여종의 장미 중 장미기름이 나오는 것은 단 세 종류. ‘다마스쩨나’라고 부르는 이 분홍색 장미가 장미기름이 가장 많이 나오는 종. 수확한 장미는 곧 바로 인근 공장으로 옮겨진다. 이제부터 기름을 짜는 기술자들의 몫이다. 물이 펄펄 끓는 대형 솥에 장미를 넣는다. 대개 한 솥에 2톤가량의 물을 끓이고550kg의 장미를 넣어 네 가지의 공정을 거친다. 두 시간 가량 지나면 투명한 장미수가 나온다. 장미수에서 물을 증발 시키면 드디어 노란 장미유가 만들어진다. 이때가 가장 조심스럽고 긴장된 순간. 3000kg의 장미를 끓여 단 1kg의 장미유를 받아낸다니 귀하디귀한 기름이다. 마지막 공정은 플라스크에 담긴 물을 기름에서 분리하는 일. “아주 좋은 품질! 아주 좋은 품질입니다.” 대개 장미유 1리터에 약 6,000 유로, 우리 돈 900만 원 정도에 수출된단다. “아주 아름다운 향이군요. 꿀처럼 달콤한 향기가 나요.”
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A house near the city center. The peak of summer roses. Population on the peninsula is about half the size of 6.9 million people. Bulgaria is an agrarian society dependent on herding and agriculture. Luck is a failure of the Kazan Province in particular ohdeon produce rose oil rose 3-400 ago. Our party visited the Rose Institute. It has been studied in 150 species of plants for medical 100 years ago. Kazan Miranda Luck is the best place in particular rose oil production. The reason that weave the rose oil rose that grows well indeyo Thanks to the climatic conditions. Very fresh to the optimum conditions to make the rose oil in the summer because of the mountains in the back. It's only three kinds of rose oil comes out of the 100 species of roses. Damask jjena 'called pink roses Most species of rose oil comes out. Roses are harvested soon be transferred to a nearby factory. Now is the role of technician knitter oil. Add the water rose to boiling a large pot. Usually boil 2 tons of water in a pot and put the roses go through the four steps of 550kg. After almost two hours, the number comes out transparent roses. When the water evaporates from the jangmisu finally made oil yellow roses. The most cautious and tense moments. Boil the rose produces 3000kg of rose oil in single 1kg you receive is your de-precious oil. The last step is one for separating the water from the oil contained in the flask. Very good quality! Very good quality, usually about 6,000 euros for rose oil 1 liter danda we exported 9 million won enough money. It is very beautiful scent. Do you like the sweet smell of honey.
■클립명: 유럽093-불가리아03-03 장미로 만든 오일/Rose Oil/Laboratory
■여행, 촬영, 편집, 원고: 이은수 PD (travel, filming, editing, writing: KBS TV Producer)
■촬영일자: 2014년 6월 June
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