Tucked into the Balkan Mountains, Bulgaria shines as a natural gem. Along the Black Sea, preside over the stunning turquoise sea by sailing, surfing, fishing, or relaxing on the beach. Hike, rock-climb and explore caves and rock formations spread across the snow-capped mountains. On the Sofia Plain, the capital city of Sofia demonstrates a 7000-year history through excavations from the stone and bronze eras. Vivid images of past lifetimes hang throughout Plovdiv, Bulgaria’s second-largest city, remembered through Byzantine walls and renaissance mansions. Explore vibrant arts and culture framed in the serene nature of Bulgaria
Find excitement in Europe’s National Parks!
Trek through the Bulgarian outdoors to connect with nature, build serenity, and clear your mind.
Wine has influenced the culture of Europe for centuries. Dating back to 1600 BC, the Romans spread wine grapes throughout Europe and quickly became skilled at classifying grape varieties and colors, observing characteristics, and building fertilization techniques. By the first century AD, wine was being exported from Italy to Spain, Germany, England and France. The world’s oldest operating winery, the Château de Goulaine in France, is still open to visitors today and was a reason the country and its surrounding area quickly dominated the world wine market.
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Nature and biodiversity abound.