News from Kyustendil, Bulgaria
Weekend in Bulgaria - wellness and tranquility, experience the power of mineral springs.
European ski slope style contest in Osogovo will take place today and tomorrow.
Spa holidays and packages which are hot now for Bulgaria!
Kyustendil has potential to apply for European capital of culture.
Cultural tourism is one of the topics which will be discussed at the conference in Kyustendil.
Green tourism attracts tourists in Kystendil.
The medieval church ‘ St George’ in Kyustendil attracts more tourists from different parts of the country. The temple is one of Kyustendil's most popular landmarks.
The residents of the village Polska Skakavitsa, Kyustendil region are working on a project to develop the idea of creating an eco-trail connecting the Polska-Skakavitsa wondrous waterfall with the cave where it is supposed that the hermit Ivan Rilski spent years in solitude.
Kyustendil Municipality and the Bulgarian Biodiversity Foundation organize " Carnival of Butterflies - flying flowers over the Polsko-Skakavitsa waterfall”’. The event will be held in the courtyard of the new school in the village of Polska Skakavitsa, Bulgaria on 24th and 25th July.
Three days from 17th until 19th of June are devoted to the festival of cherries! Visit the third edition of the Cherry Festival.
The best Bulgarian SPA hotels offer a wide variety of attractive packages and reduced hotel rates for your advantageous SPA vacation this summer.
Bulgaria has cemented its reputation as a popular SPA destination not only on the Balkan Peninsula, but also whole Europe. This commented Mr Ralin, the chairman of BHRA. He pointed out that Bulgaria’s SPA hotels have been top choice at all tourism expos, especially in Moscow, Bucharest, Belgrad, Berlin.
2009-07-21 , Anita Valentinova, source: Standart News
2009-07-03 , Anita Valentinova, source : infotourism.net
In search of an early spring one-day adventure close to Sofia after a short examination of the map we head for the Erma river gorge, situated just 75km south-west of Sofia on the Bulgarian-Serbian border.
2008-11-15 , Anita Valentinova, source:horemag.bg