Resorts in Bulgaria
We will go to Bulgaria, located on the Balkan Peninsula, with a population of 9 million people, by a tourist bus! We sit down in Moscow – and straight to Odessa, and there it is just a stone’s throw away, Varna, Burgas, Kranevo, Primorsko, Nessebar … – but can you list all the pearls of Bulgaria. After all, it is one of the most popular tourist and resort countries.
Sandy beaches, good service and low prices – make this small Black Sea country a tidbit for tourists. Of no small importance is the fact that Bulgaria is a Slavic country, with an understandable language, with many pro-Orthodox monuments of architecture. And just as Russia has a socialist past. If a family with children chooses a nice relaxing beach holiday in Europe, then Bulgaria is the best option. And the best place is Albena.
In Albena there is everything for children – water karting, an inflated trampoline, an amusement park, mini-trains, festivals and competitions, healing programs. Beautiful beaches, a shallow, clean and warm sea, a lot of entertainment, a close road – all these factors are a huge plus in favor of the Black Sea coast of Bulgaria. This course will be appreciated by tourists who are interested in the history of the country, archeology, traditions of the people – you can’t sit in one place in Bulgaria.
The proximity of Slavic cultures and languages is also a plus in favor of a trip to Bulgaria. Hotels in Bulgaria can be selected at an affordable price with decently quality service and to your taste: these are both comfortable 5 star and modest 2 star. Observation decks, swimming pools, discos and bars are available in almost every hotel.
Administrative structure of Bulgaria
Bulgaria is a parliamentary republic led by a president. The supreme body is the National Assembly of 240 deputies. Administratively, the territory is divided into 28 regions. The crime rate in the country is low, rarely but nevertheless robberies and thefts happen. Most Bulgarians understand the Russian language.
The vast majority of Bulgarian beaches are fine sand. Shells and floating algae are few, and those that are are immediately removed. The seabed is somewhat shallow, the depth gradually increases with the distance from the coast, which provides special comfort for swimming, especially for children.
Fans of extreme sports are given great opportunities to try climbing rocks. Active activities such as water skiing and even riding a real helicopter in Nessebar are also popular! In winter, these are magnificent ski resorts in Pamporovo and Bortsovo, with many magnificent and safe pistes.
Do not lose sight of national cuisine. Spicy seasonings with a piquant taste, an abundance of vegetables are very popular. You will also try grape leaves stuffed with cottage cheese (dolma) and Shopska salad, and sour milk from which they make soup with fresh cucumbers, tomatoes seasoned with grated feta cheese. And 1200 grape varieties will enable gourmets to taste a huge number of varieties of local wines.