The Most Romantic Towns of Bulgaria

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In the most romantic month we suggest you organize yourself an escape from the city and its hectic buzz. Pack your bag with the most essential, switch off your cell phone and embark on your retreat to one of Bulgaria’s beautiful towns. Lack of time is not a valid excuse; just a day will suffice to take delight in both your sweetheart and the natural beauties of our homeland.

 

Nessebar

 

No doubt Nessebar can claim the title of Bulgaria’s most romantic town. The small streets, the beautiful houses and the ambiance of the old town are on UNESCO’s list of world cultural sites for a reason.

Nessebar

Tryavna

 

The geographical location of Tryavna, its cultural sites, the architecture of the houses, and the hospitable people make it not just an attractive tourist destination, but also a terrific romantic spot to spend a couple of days with your sweetheart.

Tryavna

Melnik

 

The capital of love and wine, as they call Melnik, which is also the smallest town in Bulgaria, attracts both couples in love and travelers from the country and abroad. The walks you can take to relish the magnificent view over the sand pyramids, the coziness of the authentic old houses and the good local wine remind visitors not just of romance, but also of tranquility, beauty and mysticism.

Melnik

Plovdiv

 

Even if you haven’t found your soul mate with whom to share all moments worth remembering, you are sure to fall in love with the ‘town at the foot of the hills’. We are positive that anyone who’s been to this place knows about the scenic views revealed before your eyes once you go up the heights, the nice restaurants and the myriad of romantic spots where you can share thrilling moments with your loved one, and have long conversations with your inner self.

Plovdiv

Balchik

 

Probably the most romantic town on the northern Black Sea coast. You will certainly be surprised when you learn about the number of couples from all over the world who got married at the Castle of Balchik. There is a reason why rituals are scheduled for months in advance. Ceremonies take place in unique surroundings – stunning architecture, exotic flowers and venerable trees. Romantic, isn’t it…?

Balchik

Velingrad

 

The picturesque location of Velingrad is one of the sunniest places of Bulgaria. The clear mountain air and the miraculous mineral springs make Velingrad an awesome romantic SPA destination. Especially if you’d like to spend some time in nature. Near the town you will find 15 nature parks, as well as the water resrevoirs of Batak, Belmeken and Dospat.

Velingrad

Veliko Tarnovo

 

If you haven’t decided where to take your mate for the holiday of love, or are simply craving an escape from your worries and the grim streets of the dynamic city, Tarnovo is a great choice for a small getaway.  So much art, beauty and more than 1, 613 sites of Bulgaria’s historical heritage at one single place will take you on a journey far back into the past and make you feel proud to be Bulgarian.

Veliko Tarnovo

Zheravna

 

Zheravna is a well-known architectural reserve which accommodates more than 200 authentic wooden houses as cultural sites. The narrow cobbled streets and house fences carry the authentic spirit of the past. What could be a more romantic place to spend some time with your loved one?

Jeravna

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