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  • Bulgaria Vacation Travel Video Guide


    Travel video about destination Bulgaria.
    Bulgaria is located in the extreme south east of Europe, a country of natural splendour, fairy-tale like villages, ancient ruins, and monasteries with remarkable frescos as well as a culture that is between both Orient and Occident. Sofia, the ‘wise woman’ and, since 1879, capital of the new Bulgaria, a city whose roots date back to the fifth century B.C. Once Thracians settled, then followed Romans, Goths, Huns and Ottomans. At the end of the nineteenth century the city’s appearance changed from Oriental to European into a dynamic metropolis. Sofia’s historic city centre features the most splendid sacred building in the Balkan Peninsula, the Aleksandâr Nevski Cathedral, a work of art of the Russian Orthodox religion that can accommodate a congregation of more than five thousand. Vidin is dominated by the Baba Vida Fortress whose impressive towers and bastion date back to the thirteenth century. From the banks of the Danube the north western entrances to the mediaeval realm were strictly controlled and the fortress protected it from invasion by ship. Varna is the biggest city on the Black Sea coast and is one of Europe’s oldest cities. The golden, shining domes of the impressive cathedral in the city centre are one of its main landmarks. The caves of western Rhodopes are the main destination for many of the region’s visitors, such as the Jagodina Cave that is ten kilometres long and extends up to five levels within the limestone mountains. It is the longest and deepest of the Rhodopes and its tunnels and huge galleries feature traces of prehistoric inhabitants. Bulgaria – on the border of both Occident and Orient - a country full of history and natural beauty with authentic culture and overwhelming hospitality. A colourful mixture of fascinating tribes with a large variety of tradition and, according to legend, a part of paradise that God gifted to the Bulgarian people!

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    In this video I explore Sofia, Bulgaria and show how much things cost.
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  • Bulgaria


    Rick Steves' Europe Travel Guide | Check your local public television station for this Rick Steves’ Europe episode or watch it on Bulgaria, so mysterious to most Americans, has a vivid identity as a crossroads of the Balkans. We'll trace the country's complex history, from ancient Thracian tombs to medieval Orthodox Christian monasteries to Soviet monuments. And we'll enjoy an intimate taste of contemporary culture: the yellow brick road of Sofia; the gregarious craftspeople of the medieval capital, Veliko Tarnovo; and the thriving pedestrian zones of cosmopolitan Plovdiv.

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    After an awesome time travelling around Bulgaria, I break down the costs to travel there including accommodation, food, drink, transportation and activities!

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  • 12 Things to know before visiting Bulgaria | Tour around Sofia


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  • Discover Bulgaria in 4K - Beautiful landscapes


    Find in this video the most beautiful landscapes of Bulgaria.
    Passing through : Sofia, Rila, Bachkovo, Bansko, Plovdid, Nessebar, Varna, Veliko Tarnovo, Uzana...

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  • Things to do in Sofia Bulgaria | Top Attractions Travel Guide


    Sometimes when you travel somewhere you don't need to spend a lot of time in that particular city and/or country to form distinct memories and impressions. For us, our brief four day stay in Sofia, Bulgaria certainly fit the bill. From amazing local cuisine to street performances, we tried our best to see and do as much as we possibly could in short period of time. The following is a travel video we've put together highlighting the top attractions and things to do in Sofia, Bulgaria:

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    1) Our first day in Sofia we hit the ground taking in many street performances, getting caught up in a football mob / rally, visiting major landmarks and eating street food. These are our first impressions of Sofia.
    2) Already impressed by Bulgarian street food, we decided to treat ourselves to a sit down meal to further sample Bulgarian cuisine. At Lubimoto we feasted on Chushki Burek (stuffed red peppers with feta cheese) and Bulgarian pork loin with potatoes, cheese and gravy. Both were delicious!
    3) Wanting to indulge our taste buds further we visited the ever popular Made In Home restaurant where we sampled Rakia and goat cheese salad.
    4) On our last day in Sofia we tried to cover parts of the city we didn't get to visit on previous days. Some of the highlights included checking out Alexander Nevsky Cathedral and witnessing more street performances. Those Bulgarian break dancers really do have all the moves!

    This is part of our Travel in Bulgaria series. We're making a series of videos showcasing Bulgarian culture, Bulgarian arts, Bulgarian foods, Bulgarian religion and Bulgarian people.

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  • Sofia, Bulgaria – Top 25 Things to Do and See in Sofia


    Sofia is one of the oldest cities in Europe. Originally established by the Thracians, it was later an important city of the Roman Empire. Sofia became the capital of Bulgaria in 1879 - a year after the Liberation of the country from 500 years of Turkish enslavement. Although the main sights are concentrated in the city center and can be seen in 24 hours, there’s a plenty of things to do in Sofia and the surrounding area. Here are the top 25 things to do and see in Sofia: 1. St. Alexander Nevski Cathedral is Sofia’s main tourist attraction and a great start if you’re wondering what to do in Sofia first. 2. The Saint Sofia Church is the second oldest church in the city. 3. The Royal Palace (the National Art Gallery and the Ethnographic Museum) was among the first symbols of Sofia. 4. The “Ivan Vazov” National Theatre is Bulgaria’s biggest and most imposing theatre in the country. 5. Vitosha Boulevard is one of the main shopping streets in the city center. 6. The National Palace of Culture abbreviated in Bulgarian as NDK is the largest multifunctional congress, conference, convention and exhibition center in Southeastern Europe. 7. The Saint Sophia Statue, erected in 2000 is another symbol of Sofia. 8. The Central Mineral Baths is a landmark in the center of Sofia, a city known for the mineral springs in the area. 9. The hot mineral springs in the very center of the city, next to the building of the Central Mineral Baths. 10. The mosque Banya Bashi is situated in the center of Sofia close to the mineral baths. 11. The Sofia Synagogue is the largest in South Eastern Europe. 12. St. Nedelya Cathedral - Being one of the largest Orthodox churches in Sofia and on prominent display from along the entire length of the pedestrian Vitosha Boulevard. 13. Ancient Serdica Complex in Sofia situated just above the Serdika metro station, displays the remains of the Roman city, Serdica, that once occupied this area. 14. The Church of St Petka of the Saddlers (“St. Petka Samardzhiyska”) is a medieval Bulgarian Orthodox church in Sofia. 15. St. George Rotunda Church is an Early Christian red brick rotunda that is considered the oldest building in Sofia.16. The Changing of the Guard is a must-see attraction in many countries and Bulgaria is no exception. 17. The National Museum of Archaeology in Sofia is the oldest museum in Bulgaria.18. The church of St Nicholas the Miracle-Maker also known as the Russian church in Sofia.19. The Monument to the Tsar Liberator. 20. The National Assembly of Bulgaria was established in 1879 and has been proclaimed a monument of culture for its historic significance. 21. Borisova gradina is the oldest and best known park in Sofia. 22. Vitosha Mountain: Vitosha is a the large mountain overlooking Sofia and the oldest nature park on the Balkan Peninsula. 23. The Boyana Church is a medieval Bulgarian Orthodox church, one of UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites. 24. Central Department Store (TZUM) 25. The Independence Square ( Plostad Nezavisimost )
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    Sofia, Bulgaria – Top 25 Things to Do and See in Sofia



    Sunny Beach Bulgaria is known for many things. Being classy is not one of them. Underage drinking and tacky hotels make up Sunny Beach but luckily we rented a car so we took much needed day trips to the Nesbar Old Town and further south to Burgas!

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  • Bulgaria 8K HDR 60P


    We were invited to Bulgaria by Our Home is Bulgaria to explore the country for the first time this year and it was an amazing experience to travel through this space with so much history and diverse landscapes. Some of the places we feature here are the Seven Rila Lakes, Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, Thracian Tomb of Kazanlak, Belogradchik Fortress, Devetashka cave, and Mount Buzludzha.

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  • A Tour of VARNA, BULGARIA on the Black Sea


    Exploring the city of Varna, Bulgaria, a beach destination on the Black Sea.
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    A Tour of VARNA, BULGARIA on the Black Sea

  • the girls of Sofia, Sofia Bulgaria 2017, the streets of Sofia, Sofia girls, Sofia nightlife


    the streets of Sofia, Sofia, There are only beautiful girls in Sofia in the street, the Sofia girls, In Sofia the girls are alone in the street. the girls of Sofia. There are so many beautiful girls in Sofia in Bulgaria, walking on the street in Sofia in Bulgaria you see so many beautiful girls, in this video you can see how many beautiful girls are in the streets of Sofia Bulgaria, Bulgarian girls are beautiful

  • Momchilgrad, Bulgaria travel guide 4K


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  • Sofia, Bulgaria


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  • Bansko Ski Travel Video. Mountains. Travel Tips & Guide


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    Travel video - the experience in the Pirin mountains of Bansko, Bulgaria. Bansko ski slopes, city, and food review. Travelling with a two-year-old baby. In this video, you can also see the places to visit around Bansko, such as Ivan Rilski Monastery, Saint Teodor and St Teodor Stratilat church, Dobarsko Village and the streets of Bansko.

    In general, it is not very easy to travel and move around with little kids in Bansko, but we managed it.

    Bansko is a popular alpine ski resort, with a slope about 2606 meter high with the total length of the ski run 70 km.

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  • Living in Sofia, Bulgaria - Interviews with students


    International students at Sofia Medical University share their experience with life in the capital city of Bulgaria - Sofia. They include information on things to do in Sofia, safety, international atmosphere, Bulgarian people, student life. Apply now to study in Bulgaria:

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  • Travel in Bulgaria - Nessebar From Above | The Old Town and The Sea - Drone Footage


    We traveled in Bulgaria the whole summer and filmed a lot of cool places, tourist destinations and beautiful cities.
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  • ???????? Walking in SOFIA 4K, Bulgaria


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    Sofia (Bulgarian: София) is the capital and largest city of Bulgaria. The city is at the foot of Vitosha mountain in the western part of the country. Being in the centre of the Balkans, it is midway between the Black Sea and the Adriatic Sea, and closest to the Aegean Sea.

    Sofia is the 13th largest city in the European Union. The city is surrounded by mountains, such as Mount Vitosha by the southern side, Lyulin by the western side, and the Balkan Mountains by the north, which makes it the second highest European capital after Madrid. The city is built on the Iskar river, and has many mineral springs, such as the Sofia Central Mineral Baths. Sofia has a humid continental climate.

    Sofia has been described as the 'triangle of religious tolerance'. This is due to the fact that three colossal temples of the three world major religions - Christianity, Islam and Judaism, reside inside the borders of the city, which are the Sveta Nedelya Church, Banya Bashi Mosque and Sofia Synagogue.

    Being Bulgaria's primate city, Sofia is home of many of the major local universities, cultural institutions and commercial companies. Sofia is one of the top ten best places for start-up businesses in the world, especially in information technologies. Sofia was Europe's most affordable capital to visit in 2013. In 1979, the Boyana Church in Sofia was included onto the World Heritage List, and it was deconstructed in the Second Bulgarian Empire, holding a lot of symbolic heritage to the Bulgarian Orthodox Church.

    With its cultural significance in Eastern Europe, Sofia is home to the National Opera and Ballet of Bulgaria, the National Palace of Culture, the Vasil Levski National Stadium, the Ivan Vazov National Theatre, the National Archaeological Museum, and the Serdica Amphitheatre. The Museum of Socialist Art includes a lot of sculptures and posters that educate visitors about the lifestyle in communist Bulgaria.

    The population of Sofia declined down from 70,000 in the late 18th century, through 19,000 in 1870, to 11,649 in 1878 and began increasing. Sofia hosts some 1.23 million residents within a territory of 492 km2, a concentration of 17.5% of the country population within the 200th percentile of the country territory. The urban area of Sofia hosts some 1.54 million residents within 5723 km², which comprises Sofia City Province and parts of Sofia Province (Dragoman, Slivnitsa, Kostinbrod, Bozhurishte, Svoge, Elin Pelin, Gorna Malina, Ihtiman, Kostenets) and Pernik Province (Pernik, Radomir), representing 5.16% of the country territory. The metropolitan area of Sofia is based upon one hour of car travel time, stretches internationally and includes Dimitrovgrad in Serbia. Unlike most European metropolitan areas, it is not to be defined as a substantially functional metropolitan area, but is of the type with limited variety of functions. The metropolitan region of Sofia is inhabited by a population of 1.68 million and is made up of the whole provinces Sofia City, Sofia and Pernik, comprising more than 10,000 km².


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  • Plovdiv Capital Europea de la Cultura 2019.


    Plovdiv, la segunda Ciudad más grande de Bulgaria, y Patrimonio de la Humanidad desde 2004, ha sido designada Capital de la Cultura Europea en el 2019, junto con Matera (Italia). Tiene una población de 341.567 habitantes (2015) con una aglomeración urbana de 544.628 habitantes.

    Plovdiv, una de las cunas de la civilización europea, está situada entre colinas y al lado del río Maritsa. Sus primeros habitantes fueron los tracios, que llegaron unos milenios antes de Cristo. Posteriormente llegaron griegos, romanos, eslavos, bizantinos, musulmanes y soviéticos, dejando todos su huella aún visible en la actualidad.

    Plovdiv es una ciudad multicultural, donde sobretodo en su casco histórico podemos apreciar las distintas huellas que han ido dejando sus conquistadores. Actualmente, es una moderna ciudad comercial que ha sabido convivir con su esplendorosa y cambiante historia, sabiéndose reinventar y adaptándose a los vaivenes históricos que en ella se han ido sucediendo.

    La parte histórica esta formada por el barrio antiguo, que se asienta sobre la colina Nebet Tepe, donde se localizan las ruinas de una antigua ciudadela y desde donde se divisa gran parte de la ciudad. El barrio más antiguo está repleto de antiguas casas que datan de la época del Resurgimiento nacional búlgaro que se propagó durante los siglos XVIII y XIX, y en el que los grandes mercaderes se construyeron imponentes casas de madera con grandes jardines. Existen más de un centenar de casas catalogadas, que en los últimos años se han estado reformando para devolverle el esplendor de antaño. Las calles empinadas y empedradas de este barrio, que más parecen de un apacible pueblo resultan muy agradables para el paseante. En el extremo sur de la ciudad vieja se encuentra el monumento más destacado de la ciudad, el Teatro Romano; un bellísimo anfiteatro de mármol que actualmente sirve de escenario lírico al aire libre en la cálidas noches estivales.

    Al lado oeste de la ciudad antigua, se localiza Kapana, el barrio peatonal y de moda de la ciudad, donde se puede apreciar el Plovdiv más joven, repleto de bares, restaurantes, tiendas alternativas y galerías de arte. El barrio comienza en la plaza central de Dzhumaya, donde se encuentra la oriental Mezquita del mismo nombre y justo a sus pies, los restos del antiguo Estadio Romano, donde también hoy en día se celebran conciertos y en el que la gente se ubica en la antigua grada del estadio o en la terraza superior que forma la plaza nueva construida encima del patrimonial estadio. En la misma plaza, desemboca la calle comercial Kniaz Aleksander I, arteria peatonal donde la gente pasea, degusta un helado o hace las compras en las boutiques más elegantes. Ésta vía llega hasta la grandiosa plaza Stephan Stambolov, donde en sus proximidades se encuentran el antiguo Odeón, el pulcro Ayuntamiento municipal, la soviética y mastodóntica oficina postal y los bonitos jardines del Zar Simeón con sus divertidas fuentes musicales, que da inicio al ensanche de finales del siglo XIX y que sus lánguidas calles llegan hasta la Estación central del ferrocarril.

    Plovdiv bien merece una visita para conocer su historia y sus amables gentes y que a partir de este año 2019, se vislumbra un futuro muy prometedor y volverá a ser protagonista .

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  • A weekend in Sofia, Bulgaria | Travel Guide Vlog


    CK Travels | A weekend in Sofia, Bulgaria. October 2017 | Travel Guide Vlog.

    A short visual guide on things to do in this pretty city.

    Filmed by Caroline Keyzor and Neil Hassall. Edited by Caroline Keyzor.

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  • Bulgaria | You can’t help falling in love with her at first sight


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  • Sofia, Bulgaria 2017: Adventure Solo Travel | Sofia and Vitosha Mountain 2017


    My Adventure Solo Travel to Bulgaria 2017
    Visiting Sofia city, seeing the famous sights
    and trekking Vitosha Mountain.
    Meeting local Bulgarians and doing Bulgarian Splits Squats everywhere I go.
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    Church of St. George, Sofia
    Russian Church, Sofia
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    4 day Trip to Sofia Bulgaria with Vitosha Mountain Hike
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  • My Solo Travel Journal Bulgaria - Cyprus - Greece SUMMER 2018


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  • Take a flight from London to Sofia Bulgaria 2017


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  • Day 1 holiday family life nevis bulgaria with my best friend Leila


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  • Going on holiday to Bulgaria


  • Welcome to Sofia


    Sofia is the capital of Bulgaria. It is a city of nature, sports, history, culture, water and life. We have four seasons and many things to see and do. Enjoy.
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  • Winter in Sofia - Bulgaria


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  • SOFIA | Travel Video


    5 jours à Sofia, du 27.04 au 01.05

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