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Visit the Top 10 places in Bulgaria with Coach Charter Germany - your bus charter company

Visit the Top 10 places in Bulgaria with Coach Charter Germany - your bus charter company
Bus Company will be pleased to present your party Bulgaria, a Balkan country with landscapes rich in contrasts, including a Black Sea coast, a mountainous interior, and rivers such as the Danube. Greek, Slavic, Ottoman, and Persian elements have influenced the country's history. These influences have resulted in a long and multi-layered tradition in the fields of dance, music, costume, and handicrafts. Sofia, Bulgaria's capital, was built in the 5th century BC at the foot of the Vitosha Mountains. When arriving in Bulgaria, a bus rental from Coach Charter Germany is usually a must-have travel companion.
If you wish to fly with your tour party, Coach Charter Germany is the best choice for traveling in Bulgaria. Coach Charter Germany will ensure that your party travels comfortably, on schedule, and enjoyably.

Do you want to know where to go in Bulgaria? Here are our top ten places to visit in Bulgaria: 

1. Ancient Nessebar

Nessebar is a charming ancient city with cobblestone avenues, restaurants overlooking the sea, local pubs, small parks, historic architecture, archaeological ruins, pleasant people, and churches dating from the 4th to the 18th centuries. The best way to see Nessebar is to spend half a day exploring it. Aside from the aforementioned attractions, you can grab a coffee, soda, or ice cream and stroll along the harbor or on the pier.

2. The Rila Monastery

The Rila Monastery is a World Heritage Site with a mountain backdrop. Many visitors say that the air here is the cleanest they've ever breathed. That alone should make this an appealing option. You will learn about the city's past by taking a guided tour of the Rila Monastery. You can also see it by yourself and become enthralled by its beauty. Highlights include the galleries, the old kitchen, the arsenal of arms, and the art from different eras.

3. The Saint Alexander Nevski Cathedral

Since photography is not allowed, this is a one-of-a-kind venue. This church is renowned for its beautiful interior and is situated in the heart of Bulgaria. Unfortunately, photography is not required. Of course, seeing the place in a photograph is not the same as seeing it with your own eyes. If you come to stay, you can almost certainly hear the choir singing. 

4. Scuba Diving

With its diverse range of mountains, forests, and stunning Black Sea beaches, Bulgaria is one of the best countries for outdoor enthusiasts. However, such outdoor activities aren't restricted to the house. There is still plenty to see and do on the water in Bulgaria. Divers would be happily delighted by the region's abundance of dive sites. Bulgaria's Black Sea dive sites are impressive, with underwater caves, sunken World War II battleships, underwater forests, and a diverse array of marine life, including sea turtles, dolphins, whales, and other species.   

5. The Shumen Monument

The Shumen Monument, also known as the Monument to 1,300 Years of Bulgaria, is a massive monument located on a plateau above Shumen's town. It was constructed in 1981 to commemorate the 1300th anniversary of the First Bulgarian Empire. It dominates the surrounding landscape with its typical cubist and bombastic Communist architecture. It is also recognised as the Bulgarian State Monument to the Founders. Unlike other former Communist monuments in Bulgaria, such as the Buzludzha Monument (see below), this one has been preserved since the fall of Communism.

6. Plovdiv Old Town

Plovdiv Old Town, which was recently designated the 2019 European Capital of Culture, has a lot to offer. You could find yourself strolling down cobblestone streets, ducking into antique shops and museums. In addition, there is an Ottoman mosque and a Roman amphitheater. Allow 1-2 hours to explore this beautiful place, or consider staying overnight at one of these fantastic Plovdiv hotels to give yourself more time to explore. Don't forget the stunning architecture.

7. Vitosha Mountain

Vitosha Mountain, Bulgaria's third-highest peak at 7,513 feet, is a national park that offers skiing and hiking. If you prefer the former and are inexperienced, don't worry; a ski school will teach you how to ski. If you're hiking during the summer, don't forget to visit the waterfall.

8. Bulgarian Festival

Bulgaria is unquestionably a "festival destination," with a centuries-old history and ancient traditions and customs. Bulgarians are immensely proud of their heritage, which they never fail to honor and highlight. Attending a traditional Bulgarian festival is one of the best things to do in Bulgaria, with events ranging from dancing barefoot on smoldering embers to chasing evil spirits away to traditional dancing, folklore parades, food-focused activities, and even a bagpipe festival.  

9. Burgas

Burgas (or Bourgas) is Bulgaria's second-largest city on the Black Sea and the country's fourth largest. Burgas has become a kind of sanctuary for Bulgaria's diving scene, as it is mainly used as a transit point for non-diving tourists to smaller resort towns along the coast north and south of it. It has long stretches of mostly empty beaches, lovely and well-kept seafront parks, and very affordable accommodation options for the price-conscious traveler. It is perfect for a long-term diving trip. 

10. Sozopol Old Town

You'll be walking on cobblestone streets again, giving the feeling that you've been transported back in time to a far simpler time. Quality food, as well as warm and friendly people, can be found at harbor-side restaurants, wooden homes, and cafes. This details may seem straightforward, but that is the beauty of Sozopol Old Town – its simplicity. Don't let this opportunity pass you by! 

Bus charter Germany will pick you and your party up from any of Bulgaria's five airports or from any location in and around the world. It will only take a few minutes with our airport shuttle to get inside the city and begin enjoying your Bulgarian vacation. We are the airport shuttle that gives you the freedom to plan your own tour with your group. When flying across Bulgaria, our airport shuttle will be a wise companion to have.
Send us an inquiry and we will check rates and availability for you in order to provide you with the best price for your trip to Bulgaria.

Top 10 places in Bulgaria | Coach Charter | Bus rental
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Top 10 places in Bulgaria | Coach Charter | Bus rental
Lara Travel has been utilising the services of Irro-Reisen for several year in various different countries. It’s their quality of customer service, high standards of buses and expert drivers that have made Lara Travel a returning customer. Lara Travel thanks the team at Irro-Reisen for being understanding, supportive and most of all accommodating to our clients various needs.

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