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These are one of the most beautiful cities in Bulgaria

These are one of the most beautiful cities in Bulgaria
Nessebar - 3000 years of history on the seashore - There is no way in the ranking for the most beautiful city in Bulgaria that we should not forget to mention the pearls of our native Black Sea coast. Nessebar - ancient and modern, is one of the most beautiful and preferred cities on the Southern Black Sea coast. Nessebar is under the protection of UNESCO, and anyone who has visited it understands that this is no accident. Adjacent to the north, less than 10 km away, is one of the most popular tourist resorts - Sunny Beach. But this is why Nessebar is the better option. The city boasts a beautiful old town located on an interesting peninsula. If you choose it as a place of rest, you have the opportunity not only to collect a tan on the beach, but in parallel to this and visit interesting historical sights from several eras. On the way to Old Nessebar you will pass one of the last remaining windmills in Bulgaria. You can visit the old churches in Nessebar and see the Thracian fortifications. Stroll the cobbled streets and see the 19th century wooden houses. Nessebar is like an open-air museum, revealing 3000 years of history to its visitors. Veliko Tarnovo - The old capital - Veliko Tarnovo is among the most beautiful in Bulgaria, not only because it is an ancient city with a unique and fascinating history and atmosphere, but also because it holds the first place in a world ranking for the most beautiful place in the world, built on steep slopes . Plovdiv is considered one of the oldest cities in the world and the oldest still inhabited city in Europe, being even older than Athens. This, of course, is a mark of an incredibly rich history, Roman ruins, beautiful ancient architecture and an incomparable atmosphere. Koprivshtitsa - a revolutionary breath of the Renaissance - The town is ranked among the 30 most beautiful small towns in Europe in a ranking by the British daily newspaper The Telegraph and the Japanese association of travel agencies JATA. Koprivshtitsa undoubtedly deserves to be called one of the most beautiful cities in Bulgaria. Rousse - the little Vienna - We will not forget to mention the city on the Danube, which "lies" on the border with Romania. Also called "little Vienna", Rousse has earned the fame of one of the most beautiful cities in our country. The architecture here differs from anywhere else in the country because it was heavily influenced by the Neo-Baroque and Neo-Rococo styles that contributed to and shaped the city's Central European appearance. Kazanlak - the home of roses - Several main things distinguish Kazanlak from other cities in Bulgaria. First of all, it is home to the largest and best-preserved Thracian tomb in the country, which is also included in the UNESCO list. Bansko - a world-class Bulgarian resort - Bansko is known as the #1 ski resort in Bulgaria. The city nestles at the foot of the Pirin mountain, whose summit Vihren reaches 2914 m and is the second highest peak in Bulgaria. In fact, here you will find the longest ski run in the entire country. The ski resort regularly competes with resorts in France and Switzerland for a high quality ski experience, at lower prices than the Alps. Melnik - small and beautiful, with the aroma of wine - The smaller, the more beautiful. Set against a landscape of sandy mountains, Melnik is officially the smallest town in Bulgaria and perhaps the most charming.
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