Varna is the third largest city in Bulgaria after Sofia and Plovdiv, its population is is 335.000 people. Varna and its surroundings are considered a resort first class on the Black Sea coast, both beach tourism and cultural tourism, As the […]
What it is the best beach in the Black Sea?, certainly every traveler preferences will determine the answer to this question but for a vast majority of tourists the answer is that the best beach in the Black Sea is to Albena. Now we explain our reasons for extolling the best beach Albena Black Sea.
What makes this a destination worth visiting is the gateway recently built on one of the slopes of the ravine has a length of 780 meters offering stunning views of the ever green and wooded landscape of the canyon because it is suspended 50 meters above the bottom of the ravine through which passes the river Okatse.
Any traveler in search of new adventures in Georgia find a unique destination for its unspoiled nature, its rich cultural legacy, their traditions, its typical architecture, your kitchen, its wine and the hospitality of its people .
Orpheus and Eurícide : Who were? ... According to the myth of Orpheus, this was the best singer, poet and musician of antiquity. His father was the Thracian god of rivers: Eagro, and ruler of Hemus (central region of the current Bulgaria), and his mother, who was his teacher, It was the muse of epic poetry Calliope.
We propose a hiking route through the Caucasus, in the Georgian region of Svaneti, we have called Hiking in Svaneti Mestia-Ushguli or Trekking) because we cross the mountain between these two populations Mestia and Ushguli, the first to 1.500 meters and the last 2.400. Mestia and Ushguli between pass through several intermediate villages in a stunning alpine scenery of mountains and glaciers, and away from the crowded hiking trails in Europe.
Varna has a variety of cultural attractions, historical buildings, museums, parks and recreation areas. Among the attractions include the ruins of the Roman baths, these baths were built in the late second century AD and is the fourth largest preserved Roman baths in Europe and the largest in the Balkans.