Places of interest / Resorts & Cities

Places total : 40

Shiroka Laka

Shiroka laka Village is located in the Rhodopes, 23 km northeast of Smolyan and 16 km away from Pamporovo. The name of the village derives from the old Bulgarian word “laka” – curve, bend, meander.


Melnik is declared a natural and architectural reservation, and it attracts thousands of tourists annually.

Albania - Tirana, Dures

In the heart of the Mediterranean, on the Adriatic and Ionian Seas, Albania is fast becoming one of the world's most interesting getaways. Still relatively unspoiled by globalization, tourists will notice an inspiring mixture of civilizations and cultures - making this European country truly unique.

Macedonia - Ohrid, Skopije

Pearl of Macedonia - Ohrid end its capital - Skopije


Greece & the Greek Islands are known for 3 things: ancient civilization, amazing landscapes and high developed tourism.

Romania - Brasov, Buckarest

The name "Romania," which was first used when the three regions of the country were united in 1859, reflects the influence of ancient Rome on the nation's language and culture. The three regions—Walachia, Moldavia, and Transylvania—are relatively culturally uniform. Roman Imperator Trajan conquered the land in 2nd c. Rome memorialized the victory by raising Trajan's Column, whose bas-reliefs show scenes of the triumph.

Village of Kovachevitsa

The village of Kovachevita is an appropriate destination for the admirers of country tourism and relaxation. Besides having the option to walk along the narrow cobblestone streets, and stay in a typical Kovachevitsa house, tourists can taste traditional Bulgarian dishes and enjoy the tranquility of the Rhodope mountain.

Village of Oreshak

This is the only exhibition in the country, which has gathered all the works of Bulgarian artists of all ethnographic regions in Bulgaria in one place.

City of Istanbul (Turkey)

Istanbul is truly a world city, a city which everyone should visit at least once in their lifetime. It is an enchanting blend of Eastern and Western culture, a vibrant, modern city, with a unique identity. Its rich past coexists alongside its youthful exuberance. Although no longer the capital of Turkey, Istanbul still remains the country's cultural and business centre.

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