Eastern Europe - Bulgaria (Chapter)
This is the Bulgaria chapter from Lonely Planet's Eastern Europe guidebook.
Bulgaria is known for its long, sandy Black Sea beaches, but there’s much more to see than that. It boasts seven mountain ranges and varied landscapes ideal for hiking, cycling, climbing and wildlife-watching. The cities reward visitors, with treasure-filled museums and galleries, and parks sprinkled with cafes and restaurants.
- go back in time through the National Revival houses in Koprivshtitsa
- sip a glass or two of refreshing Bulgarian vino in the wine town of Melnik
- explore the luminous artistic and religious treasures of Bulgaria’s revered Rila Monastery
- restaurants & accommodation
Coverage includes: Understand Bulgaria, History, People, Arts, Environment, Food & Drink, Directory A–Z, Transport, Sofia & around, Boyana, Vitosha Nature Park, Rila, Pirin Mountains, Rila Monastery, Melnik, Bansko, Thracian Plain, the Rodopis, Plovdiv, Smolyan, Central Bulgaria, Koprivshtitsa, Kazanlâk, Veliko Târnovo, Shumen, Ruse, Rusenski Lom Nature Park, Black Sea Coast, Varna, North Black Sea Coast, Central Black Sea Coast, Burgas, South Black Sea Coast, Northwest Bulgaria, Vidin, Belogradchik
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