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Cuisine and Wines
Bulgarian cuisine combines both local and foreign culinary traditions.
Bulgarian Yoghurt »
Bulgarian yoghurt is the most famous and traditional Bulgarian product. The specific healthy bacterium lactobacillus bulgaricus which could turn the milk into yoghurt exists only in Bulgaria.
Banitza »
Banitza or Bulgarian Cheesepie is a traditional product made of very fine and thin sheets of pastry.Don't miss to taste it!
White Brine Bulgarian Cheese »
White Brine Cheese is a traditional Bulgarian milk product. It has specific taste and is one of the most consumed products in Bulgaria.
Pitka - Small round loaf with spicy salt »
This is traditional Bulgarian home-made bread. In Bulgarian it is called pitka- a round loaf of bread.
Shopska Salad »
This is a traditional Bulgarian salad made from tomatoes and cucumbers spread with typical Bulgarian cheese.
Beans soup »
This is a very common soup, one of the traditional soups of Bulgarian cuisine.
Kyufte and Kebapche »
Kyufte and kebapche are popular meat products in Bulgaria made of minced pork and veal meat with spices.
Lukanka »
Lukanka is Bulgarian sausage made of pork and veal meat and different spices.
Mavrud Wine »
Mavrud is an indigenous traditional Bulgarian wine sort of red grapes. It is one of the oldest and high-quality local sorts. The wine which is made of this sort also is called Mavrud.
Melnik Wine »
Melnik wine is made of an Old Bulgarian sort of vine- wide-leaf Melnik vine. It is distinguished with its taste, deep red colour and splendid aroma.
Bulgarian Rakia »
This is a traditional Bulgarian strong alcoholic drink. Although there are different types of it the most common one is grapes rakia.
Improvement of the infrastructure in the Valley of the Thracian rulers near Kazanlak, Bulgaria
The authorities in Bulgaria granted additional 1,5 million BGN in August 2012 for further studying and improvement of the infrastructure in the Valley of the Thracian rulers near Kazanlak, Bulgaria. »  BOOK A TOUR
The Thracian horseman god at the Roman Sostra, Troyan, Bulgaria
The archaeologists explored the sanctuary of the Thracian horseman god at the Roman town of Sostra, Troyan, Bulgaria in August 2012. »  BOOK A TOUR
A Roman tomb of 4 century A.D. was excavated in Plovdiv, Bulgaria in 2012
A Roman tomb of 4 century A.D. was excavated in the South Roman necropolis of Roman town of Philip polis, Plovdiv, Bulgaria in summer of 2012. »  BOOK A TOUR
The artifacts of the Goths tribes of 4 century A.D. in Bulgaria
A clay form for making gold and silver jewelry was found in the Roman town of Nicopolis ad Istrum near Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria in 2011. The archaeologists believe the clay jewelry form was typical only for the tribes of the Goths. »  BOOK A TOUR
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