Bulgaria is an amazing country, the rest of which has a number of advantages. First, Bulgaria combines all kinds of recreation - there is also a summer holiday, which is represented by a wide variety of resorts for every taste and budget, and winter ski resorts with routes of varying complexity. Secondly, the country ranks second in the world in terms of the number of mineral springs. Thirdly, it ranks third in Europe in terms of the number of architectural attractions and cultural heritage.Paragraph.
Interesting places: Bulgaria is not for nothing called a country of contrasts, because it is here that unusual places are gathered, to which one wants to touch and enjoy their beauty. Rocky mountains, golden sandy beaches, mysterious caves, quiet mirror lakes, fast rivers and fruitful plains are all beautiful places of Bulgaria. In addition, vacation spots in Bulgaria attract tourists from all corners of the globe and numerous mineral springs, a unique climate and balneological resorts: Hisar, Sandanski, Velingrad and Devin.
Another beautiful place in Bulgaria is the Basarbov Monastery, located in the valley of the Lom river and consisting of three hundred rooms. The date of the founding of this monastery dates back to the reign of Tsar John-Alexander. For those who prefer to relax in quiet and quiet places, the Arbanassi spruce in Bulgaria is ideal. It is located in the Veliko Tarnovo region and was founded by the Albanians in the 15th century. Particularly popular here are holy places: the Church of the Nativity of Christ, the Church of the Saints of the Archangels Michael and Gabriel, the Church of St. George.
Varna is another interesting place in Bulgaria, a major resort and port city, which was called Stalin in the forties and fifties of the last century. The history of the city of Varna is unique and filled with numerous historical facts. For example, in the third century BC this city was dependent on the Roman Empire and Macedonia, and in 681 it was revived by the Bulgarian Khan Asparuh. In 1391, Varna was conquered by the army of the Ottoman Empire, and in 1828 became the property of the Russian Empire, in which France and Britain tried to win it back.
- Apart from the Bulgarians, in villages and small towns there are pomatsi. It is a mixture of Turks and Bulgarians, professing Islam. As a rule, men wear pants - trousers of alyapian colors, women tie a white shawl with fringe on their head. Despite the fact that they are very cowardly and afraid of the police, it is better not to contact them.
- Coffee and thick milk ("mashed mash") are the two main non-alcoholic beverages in Bulgaria. They are drunk everywhere and always.
- National and the most favorite alcoholic beverage - rakia. The recipe for its production is based on wine and fruit juice.
- The verb "Karam" has the meaning: live, go, study, earn and many others. Although this is strange, however, it is often easy to guess by the meaning of the sentence.
- Breakfast and favorite snack of Bulgarians - banichka - a bun from a fragrant dough, most often made with stuffed from brynza.
- For the holidays it is customary to bake banitza (same as banichka, only large). The favorite tradition of all Bulgarians for Christmas is the banitsa with predictions or coins.
- Mastic is another national drink. It is aniseed vodka, which is drunk with ayran (traditional Bulgarian kefir). Among the Russians there is a great many fans of this drink, as well as haters.
- You should be vigilant when buying fresh milk, sometimes it is of very dubious quality. The rest of Bulgarian products do not cause any fear, as a rule, do not cause.