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Get to know Bulgaria’s beauty on AnastasiaDate’s tour of the country’s amazing people and places. You’re sure to find attractive sights everywhere you go from the Black Sea beaches and Sofia’s nightclubs, to historic Thracian tombs and stunning national parks.
Follow AnastasiaDate’s breathtaking photo guide and learn more about life in Bulgaria.
Learn more about the sociable people of Bulgaria …
The Black Sea has a beautiful unspoiled coastline where Bulgarians love to escape in the spring and summer. Sozopol is an ancient seaside town and one of the prettiest places to soak up the sun. A Bronze Age settlement founded in the 7th Century, it’s now a magnet for tourists.
You’ll find Bulgarians here to be among the most warm and outgoing.
Known as one of the oldest cities in Europe, Plovdiv is Bulgaria’s greatest jewel. Located on the Maritsa River, the magical Old Town lies at its heart complete with cobbled streets and a captivating atmosphere. The 19th century buildings and Roman ruins add to the splendor.
Head here to find the most romantic-minded Bulgarians.
SEVEN LAKES OF RILA
Near the town of Rila is one of Bulgaria’s most scenic parts – its stunning mountains and seven lakes. The biodiversity here is amazing. Hiking fans will have countless walks to explore: from higher altitude trips with a bird’s eye view, to lower-level lakeside walks.
Get fit and healthy and meet like-minded locals who love fresh air.
Bulgaria’s capital, Sofia is a lively city where tradition and entertainment play side-by-side. The city is easygoing and its population (of 1.2 million) is warm and friendly. Top sights include the Alexander Nevski Cathedral, Vitosha Boulevard, and the Museum of Military History.
Come here to meet cultured Bulgarians who love big city living.
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