Information about major tourist sights in Bulgaria.
The Unknown Soldier Monument in Sofia preserves the memory of all Bulgarian soldiers who have perished while fighting for their country.
The Pautalia Roman Baths are one of the most significant Roman monuments remaining in Bulgaria. The baths were part of a healing center called an asklepeion.
Pirkova Tower, in the city of Kyustendil, is a medieval defensive tower dating from the late 14th or early 15th century.
On Okolchitsa Peak (BG: Околчица), high above the Vratsa plain, stands a solitary cross in memory of the freedom fighter and Bulgarian national hero...
The Boyana Church is a major site of cultural and historical significance on the slopes of Mount Vitosha overlooking the city of Sofia, Bulgaria. It is included in the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites and is number 58 in the top 100 national tourist sites of Bulgaria.
The birthplace of Rayna Popgeorgieva Futekova, known Rayna Knyaginya (BG: Райна Княгиня), has been preserved by the Panagyurishte municipality as a museum.
Zemen Monastery, dedicated to Saint John the Theologian, is one of the most impressive historical sites in Bulgaria.
The Baba Iliitsa House Museum is in the center of Chelopek village, on the road to Okolchitsa Peak, one of Bulgaria's one hundred national tourist sites.
The 1300 Years of Bulgaria Monument was built in 1981 to commemorate 1300 years since the founding of the first Bulgarian state.
The Varna Archaeological Museum collection features over 100,000 objects, dated from about 100,000 BCE to the 18th century CE.