bulgarije-vlag 13 Aug

When meeting someone for the first time, you usually shake hands. Between men this can be quite a firm handshake. If you get to know each other better, you can give a swift hug (men) or a kiss on each cheek (women). Business cards are usually exchanged immediately after greeting at the start of the […]

Bulgarije dansers 13 Aug

There is a one hour time difference between Belgium/the Netherlands and Bulgaria. When visiting Bulgaria you have to move your watch forward one hour upon arrival. When visiting a religious building, make sure to dress decently. Bulgarians are extremely religious. They are convinced that when you put your handbag on the ground, it will inevitably […]

Bulgariije strand zee vakantie 13 Aug

Besides cultural and eco-tourism many possibilities for fun and leisure are available. The best destinations for a sunny holiday in the region include the Bulgarian Riviera and the Black Sea. The sea is calm, safe and the water is clear. There are fine sandy beaches and dunes, mineral sources, resorts, hotels, holiday parks and camping […]

kunst bulgarije 13 Aug

a)      Population Bulgaria has about 7.6 million inhabitants. Most inhabitants are ethnic Bulgarians (83.9%). A significant minority of Turks and small groups of Roma, Russians, Armenians and Macedonians also live there. About 70% of the population lives in the cities. Cities with the highest number of inhabitants are Sofia, Plovdiv, Varna, Boergas, Roese and Stara Zagora. […]

defenders-of-shipka-pass 13 Aug

Bulgaria has a very old and rich past. Archaeological finds demonstrate that the area was already inhabited 50,000 to 100,000 years ago by hunters – collectors. The Thracians lived in the area in Ancient Times and in the 1st century before Christ it became part of the Roman Empire. During the Great Migration in the Early […]