Bulgaria Travel Guide 2018
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Lyutibrod is a village in Mezdra Municipality in Vratsa Province, western Bulgaria. As of 2007 it has a population of 452. The village is situated in the northern end of the Iskar Gorge, on the right bank of the river of the same name. On the opposite bank of the river are the Ritlite rock formation and the Cherepish Monastery is located at several kilometers to the south. The former settlement Korites, abandoned in the 15th century, contain the ruins of four medieval churches, including a 5th-century basilica.
Mezdra is a town in northwestern Bulgaria, part of Vratsa Province. It is located on the left bank of the Iskar River just north of its gorge through the Balkan Mountains.
Vratsa (Bulgarian: Враца) is a city in northwestern Bulgaria, at the foothills of the Balkan Mountains. It is the administrative centre of the homonymous Vratsa Province.
The city of Vratsa is a commercial and crafts centre and a railway junction. Vratsa accommodates textile, metal processing, chemical, and ceramics industries.
1:48 Brestnitsa, Dobrich Province
Brestnitsa, Dobrich Province is a village in Tervel Municipality, Dobrich Province, in northeastern Bulgaria.
Teteven (Bulgarian: Тетевен) is a town on the banks of the Vit river, at the foot of Stara Planina mountain in north central Bulgaria. It is the administrative centre of the homonymous Teteven Municipality which is a part of Lovech Province. As of December 2010, the town had a population of 10,733 inhabitants.
3:18 Dyulgerite Complex (Bulgaria Koprivshtitsa)
Starosel (Bulgarian: Старосел) is a village in central Bulgaria, Hisarya Municipality, Plovdiv Province. It lies at the foot of the Sredna Gora mountain range along the shores of Pyasachnik River.
5:44 Hisarya Bulgaria
Hisarya is a small resort town in Bulgaria, in Plovdiv Province. Hisarya is situated at an elevation of 368 m.
Kalòfer (Bulgarian: Калофер) is a town in central Bulgaria, located on the banks of the Tundzha between the Balkan Mountains to the north and the Sredna Gora to the south. Kalofer is part of Plovdiv Province and the Karlovo municipality. It is best known as the birthplace of Bulgarian poet and revolutionary Hristo Botev.
Kazanlak is a Bulgarian town in Stara Zagora Province, located in the middle of the plain of the same name, at the foot of the Balkan mountain range, at the eastern end of the Rose Valley. It is the administrative centre of the homonymous Kazanlak Municipality.
7:05 Shipka Pass
Shipka Pass is a scenic mountain pass through the Balkan Mountains in Bulgaria. It marks the border between Stara Zagora province and Gabrovo province. The pass connects the towns of Gabrovo and Kazanlak. The pass is part of the Bulgarka Nature Park.
8:12 Etarat Bulgaria
Tryavna (Bulgarian: Трявна) is a town in central Bulgaria, situated in the north slopes of the Balkan range, on the Tryavna river valley, near Gabrovo. It is famous for its textile industry and typical National Revival architecture, featuring 140 cultural monuments, museums and expositions. Tryavna is the birthplace of Bulgarian writer Pencho Slaveykov and revolutionary Angel Kanchev.
10:12 Veliko Tarnovo
Veliko Tarnovo is a city in north central Bulgaria and the administrative centre of Veliko Tarnovo Province.
12:40 Arbanasi (Veliko Tarnovo)
Arbanasi is a village in Veliko Tarnovo Municipality, Veliko Tarnovo Province of central northern Bulgaria, set on a high plateau between the larger towns of Veliko Tarnovo (four kilometres away) and Gorna Oryahovitsa.
14:37 Nikyup Point
Nikyup Point is the point on the east side of the entrance to Ognen Cove on Trinity Peninsula, Antarctic Peninsula. Situated 12.65 km south-southeast of Radibosh Point, 6.3 km northeast of Velichkov Knoll, 6.76 km west of Almond Point and 19.2 km southwest of Cape Kjellman. Shape enhanced as a result of Andrew Glacier’s retreat and associated forming of Ognen Cove in the late 20th and early 21st century.
15:32 Pepelina, Bulgaria
16:43 Cherven (fortress)
The stronghold of Cherven was one of the Second Bulgarian Empire's primary military, administrative, economic and cultural centres between the 12th and the 14th century. The ruins of the fortress are located near the village of the same name 30 to 35 kilometres (19 to 22 mi) south of Rousse, northeastern Bulgaria.
17:23 Ivanovo, Ruse Province
18:01 Basarbovo Monastery
18:35 Ruse, Bulgaria
19:40 Thracian Tomb of Sveshtari
23:41 Ancient City of Nessebar
30:13 Bachkovo Monastery
30:47 Shiroka Laka