March 21, 2014
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Know Your Passenger Rights!

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Your plane is late ? Your luggage has been damaged, or you have been deceived with money? Seek your rights, turning to the right people! Recently a campaign was launched, called ‘Your passenger rights at hand’. Its purpose is to make passengers aware of their rights in relation to travel. In this article you will find information about your rights during a trip with regard to all kinds of passenger transport modes – air, rail, maritime and road.

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March 6, 2014
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Less Than 48 Hours to Horizon Festival, Bansko 2014

horizon festival bansko 2014Just few hours left to the beginning of the biggest winter festival in Bulgaria and the Balkans – Horizon Festival, Bansko 2014. Next week Bansko will turn into a festival city, which will cast cocktails mixed by music, alcohol, smiles, skiing and snowboarding, relax, unforgettable days, nights short of memory and of course – British people. Honestly, I can’t wait anymore!

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February 19, 2014
by Adriana
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Melnik, Bulgaria – The Smallest City in The World

Melnik - the smallest town in the world

In the sunniest side of the Pirin Mountain, among the exquisite draperies of bizarre sandstone pyramids sheltered Melnik – the smallest town not only in Bulgaria, but in the whole world, with only 280 inhabitants. Perched one above the other houses with tall white chimneys, cupolas peek behind which dozens of ancient churches, enchant travelers with its timeless beauty.  Now Melnik is a national cultural reserve and city-museum. Continue Reading →

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February 13, 2014
by Adriana
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How Bulgarians Celebrate Valentine’s Day

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Like everywhere on Earth, Bulgarians also celebrate Valentine’s day. In the beginning of February thousands of hearts flooding storefronts, the press, television ads and the heads of naive lovers. But on the same day there is another holiday, much more Bulgarian than the pink one. It is much more important not only for Bulgarians, but for Balkan people at all. We call it – The Wine Holiday.
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Fiery Honey Jars - The Feast of St. Haralambos

February 11, 2014
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Fiery Honey Jars – The Feast of St. Haralambos

Fiery Honey Jars - The Feast of St. Haralambos

On 10th of February  Bulgarians celebrate a holiday dedicated to the beekeepers and their patron St. Haralambos, because he was the person who discovered the miraculous benefits of honey. On this day something magical happens in Bulgaria. Thousands of Christians arranged fiery cross of honey jars in a church, because they believe trey will become magical and healing. Continue Reading →

January 23, 2014
by Adriana
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20 Signs That You Are Addicted to Travelling!

addicted to travelI love to travel just like everybody else… but I also like to come home after long journey. However, some people turn their passion for travelling in an obsession. If you really, I mean, really love to travel during all the free time you have, this article is for you! Read the 20 signs below and find out if you really are addicted to travels like everybody says! Continue Reading →