Stroll around Shiroka Polyana lake reserve or count the Seven Rila Lakes – one of the must-sees in the country.
There’s plenty of caves and unusual sites from stone mushrooms in Melnik (Bulgaria’s smallest town) to a lion’s head but if you only get a chance to see one, make it the Belogradchik Rocks in the same named region.
Bulgaria is a country where you have to figure things out for yourself but if you like rustic travelling and the odd challenge, it’s the country for you.
Bulgaria is probably more known for its Black Sea resorts and partying tourists who descend upon its coastal resorts but the country has so much more to offer than sun, sea and sand.
Rila National Park is the largest or explore Ropotamo Conservation Park famous for its water lilies, go bird watching at Kamchia Conservation Park, take a boat to Belene, the biggest Bulgarian island in the Danube River or spot wild cats and wolves in Silkosiya.
Hike in the Central Balkan National Park, fish in Koprinka Dam, visit the Byala Reka eco path or spot an ostrich at the Four Seasons Ranch.
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Our great quality assurance and customer service means all you have to worry about is looking good in your photo. Our great quality assurance and customer service means all you have to worry about is looking good in your photo.It is one of the most biodiverse countries in Europe and is geared at the eco tourist with lots of trails, historical sites and mineral spas to make solo travel in Bulgaria both interesting and rejuvenating.If you travel to the Black Sea there are plenty of towns if you don’t fancy the neon lights of Sunny Beach that promises plenty of cheap drink and fun.You won’t find many solo females in Bulgaria but that doesn’t mean that there isn’t company if you need it.Groups of travellers descend upon the Black Sea coast and you’ll find couples in Sofia as well as men travelling solo.Not just great for shopping, Bulgaria is also well known for its wine production and you can taste a glass of their finest grapes in the main wine regions of Danube Valley, Upper Thracian Plain, and Struma River Valley.