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The dam is one of the favorite places for rest, fishing and nature walks of the locals. There is a relaxation area with a maintained lawn and sun loungers, where you can spend your free time. Whether you read a book, listen to music or just lie down and enjoy the mountain view is entirely up to you. If you don't feel like it, you can walk along the dam wall and continue up to the forest.See more
Golden Bridges are probably the most visited area on Vitosha. More than 100 years ago, mountain lovers, with backpacks on their backs, came on their weekends on the small paths from Knyazhevo, Boyana and Vladaya to enjoy the beautiful nature. Today, Zlatni Mostove is connected to the capital by road, and there is also a bus.See more
Rozhen Monastery "Nativity of Mary" - returned more beautiful than ever like a phoenix after the ashes
It is not clear when and who created the monastery. This is due to the great fire in the 17th century, which damaged a large part of the monastery complex and burned the monastery library. The oldest objects found here are ornaments and coins from the time of Michael VIII Palaeologus (1250-85).
The monastery was restored at the beginning of the XVIII century with the financial help of rich bulgarians from all over the country. Reconstruction began in 1715, and the church was fully completed in 1732.
Irakli Beach - a paradise for wild campers in Bulgaria
Irakli beach is located near the village of Emona and is in the eastern part of Bulgaria. It is best known for its wildlife and beautiful beach, and for some probably with the nearby hiking destination Kom-Emine.
Beautiful, wild and unforgettable! These are my three words symbolizing Irakli. Visit it and you will see for yourself. The beaches of Bulgaria are waiting for you this summer, so get in a good mood, choose a destination and just go.
I had participated in Tryavna Ultra before and read that the new distance of 100 km includes Shipka and Buzludzha, and this was my dream. I signed up without thinking!
How do you prepare for a 100km run? How much to train? What should I eat? And where will I live at that time? I had no idea!