December 12, 2014
by Adriana
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Things to See in Niš, Serbia (+ a Brief History)

Nis, SerbiaРепублика Србија, Republic of Serbia or simply Serbia… At the very heart of the Balkans, Serbia is a beautiful country that is full of natural and historical beauties. From Roman baths to Ottoman mosques, from old Vinčan remains to astonishing little churches. I, personally, have great memories (and even greater friends!) in Serbia so in this article, I’m going to introduce you the beautiful city of  Niš, which is more than a must-see if you try to socialize within the city even just a little bit. Continue Reading →

Travel Bulgaria for FREE

November 20, 2014
by Adriana

1001 Things To Do in Bulgaria for FREE!

Travel Bulgaria for FREEI know that you are going crazy about free stuff same like me, especially when it comes to traveling. As you know, Bulgaria is one of the top valuable destinations according to the Lonely Planet website for the last two years. So, yes! Most of things in Bulgaria are cheap, but the best part – some of them are totally free. In this article I will reveal many secrets about the budget traveling across my wonderful country – Bulgaria. So, check this out:

Free Tours in Bulgaria
Free Museums in Bulgaria
Bulgarian Landmarks for Free
Churches and Monasteries Free of Charge
The Museum Cities are Free
Free Natural Sights
Free Activities
Free Transport and Accommodation
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June 14, 2014
by Adriana

22 Bulgarian Festivals You Must Experience At Least Once

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Want to know when is the best time to visit Bulgaria? I will tell you – NOW! Summer is the time when you will fall in love with the country wherever you go. There are so many places and events you can embark on a journey of magic music, art and smiley faces. Check out the best summer festivals in Bulgaria and promise me that you will visit at least one this summer.

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June 5, 2014
by Adriana

How to Get a Cab in Sofia, Bulgaria Without Being Robbed

Sofia taxi

As a tourist in Bulgaria and in the Balkan countries you seem like a very easy target for all the people offering different kind of services in the big cities, especially for the taxi drivers. You should have in mind that all the time when traveling and please, don’t be naïve, taxi drivers can’t wait to cheat you. Here are some tips on how to reduce the chance to encounter a dishonest Bulgarian taxi driver. Continue Reading →

May 29, 2014
by Adriana

The Rose Festival in Bulgarian Land of Roses

Bulgaria - the land of rosesIf you visit the Balkans in the end of May and the beginning of June you should definitely become a part from the Bulgarian old tradition of picking roses. The Bulgarian Rose Valley is area located in southern Bulgaria. Only there are the most suitable conditions for the development and provides the highest quality rose oil in the world.  The rose fields are the place where you can feel the real smell of the Bulgarian roses.

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May 17, 2014
by Adriana

Where is the Best Summer Camp in Greece?

Camping in Sithonia, Greece

Are you planning to visit Greece this summer? If your answer is Yes you should definitely know one place there which will take a huge place in your heart forever. It is called Sithonia, the second and most charming leg of Halkidiki (Chalkidiki) peninsula. The perimeter of the peninsula is only 110 km where are located 70 amazingly beautiful beaches and 39 summer camps. If you know what I mean… this is a backpackers’ paradise. Continue Reading →

April 27, 2014
by Adriana
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Trip to Rila Monastery – How To Get There, What to See and Where to Sleep

All You Need to Know Before Your Next Trip to Rila Monastery, Bulgaria

Rila Monastery – the biggest monastery in Bulgaria is situated at an altitude of 1174 m above the sea level. Because of its impressive architecture, valuable frescoes and icons Rila Monastery proudly takes its place among the 9 tourist sites in Bulgaria included in the list of UNESCO World Heritage since 1983. Continue Reading →

February 19, 2014
by Adriana

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 →