This new edition from expert author Annie Kay has been thoroughly updated throughout and includes full information about the new Metro system in Sofia, as well as photographs and information about new archaeological discoveries and newly opened attractions. It also covers the previously "closed" island, St. Anastasia and offers information about medical and dental tourism, and luxury spa holidays. Tourism has grown steadily to Bulgaria following its accession to the EU in 2007 and the country is increasingly accessible. Popular for natural history tours, it is also working hard to grow its reputation for wineries and vineyards with wine routes for drivers and organized wine tours becoming increasingly popular.Vom Verlag:
Bulgaria has a history and culture as rich and diverse as its landscape. From the gold-domed churches of Sofia to the picturesque National Revival houses of Koprivshtitsa, visitors will find an eclectic mix of traditions and architecture. Add to this remote mountain monasteries, medieval fortresses and ancient rock formations, and you'll see that there are opportunities to delve into this country's past at every turn. Fully updated for this second edition, Annie Kay's Bulgaria combines detailed background information with tips on the best hotels and mehanas. Whether hiking through the Rila Mountains in search of a brown bear or simply strolling around Nesebur's harbour, be sure to take this guide with you.
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Buchbeschreibung Bradt Travel Guides Jun 2015, 2015. Taschenbuch. Buchzustand: Neu. 217x136x17 mm. Neuware - Bulgaria Travel Guide - Travel information and expert advice featuring Sofia accommodation and highlights, folk music and festivals, politics and ancient history. Also covers wildlife and birdwatching, imperial eagle, national parks and reserves, Neolithic and Ottoman archaeological sites, Danubian Plain, Pirin Mountain, Rhodope Mountains, Musala. 320 pp. Englisch. Artikel-Nr. 9781841629377