The colors of Bari – a sunny afternoon walk

At the beginning of May, I togehther with my friends did an exciting excursion to the heel of the Italian boot. We started with a walk in Bari and after we continued exploring almost the whole Puglia area and a bit of the Basilica. Let me share with you my impressions of Bari.

Bari: the Norman castle Svevo
Bari: the Norman castle Svevo
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15 awesome places to see in Burgas and nearby

A summer holiday is usually associated with many lazy hours on the beach. In addition, it can be enriched by visiting exciting places near the sea. I wrote this article with the idea to share information about interesting places in Burgas and around. It is dedicated to 15 of the most attractive Burgas attractions. I visited them all, so the writings below are based on my personal impressions.

Sozopol
Sozopol
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Top 16 things to see in Sopot and Karlovo – the heart of the Bulgarian Rose Valley

I have passed many times through Sopot and Karlovo, but in a hurry. At the beginning of March, I headed out there again and spent a few days. I visited great places that I am going to talk about below.

Karlovo - Peteva house
Karlovo – Peteva house
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Chateau Copsa – weekend with great sights, wine and gourmet between the Balkan Mountains and Sredna Gora

We started March with sunny weather and beautiful views in the heart of the Bulgarian Rose Valley. We spent a long weekend there. Three days we were walking around different sights. Evenings we stayed at Chateau Copsa, which was our base and a place where we relaxed and enjoyed delicious food and fine wine.

View to the Balkan Mountains by Chateau Copsa
View to the Balkan Mountains by Chateau Copsa
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A walk in Constanta: top 5 interesting places to visit

As a child, I visited the capital Bucharest and I crossed the Romania several times, but that was a long time ago. This autumn I had the great opportunity to visit the eastern parts of the country during a trip along the Danube River and Constanta was one of the places I saw. There are several interesting sights in the city that I will tell you about in this article.

The Old casino
The Old casino
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Stara Zagora: one of the oldest cities in the world

To go through a fully authentic Roman street 2,000 years old … awesome! No, it’s not in Rome, it is in Bulgaria, in the heart of Stara Zagora.

Stara Zagora: the ancient street in the Historical Museum
Stara Zagora: the ancient street in the Historical Museum
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The medieval Enisala fortress in the Danube delta

Today I will take you to a place in neighboring Romania, combining beautiful natural landscapes and pieces of a bit controversial history. This is the medieval fortress Enisala, located on a high hill in the Danube delta.

The medieval Enisala fortress

The medieval Enisala fortress

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10 of the most interesting places in Bulgaria to visit in 2019

As usual, in December I respect the blog’s tradition to distinguish the most interesting sights in Bulgaria I have visited during the year. Take the list below as advise and wish for 2019!

Muratovo Lake in Pirin Mountains

Muratovo Lake in Pirin Mountains

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A winter walk in Staro Stefanovo

Our main goal in this frosty winter day was the village of Arbanassi, but since we had long heard about Staro Stefanov’s charm, we decided it would be convenient to visit it also, because it was on the way. It was sunny, but extremely cold, the village was so white, because of the snow, and so silent. Despite the fact it was noon, we did not see anyone on the streets.

Staro Stefanovo

Staro Stefanovo

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Bansko and around: 15 tested ideas for active tourism out of the season in the winter capital of the Balkans

My first visit in the town of Bansko happened almost 20 years ago. At that time the town was very small, and many of its current outskirts were pastures and meadows. Then I remembered two things: the enormous silhouette of Pirin Mountains as a beautiful background, throwing its shadow, and the imposing church of the Holy Trinity.

Bansko

Bansko

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