Catégorie : Images de Bulgarie

Bulgaria’s Must‑see Landmarks

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Bulgaria is one of the oldest countries in Europe and full of must‑see sights. Check some of them out here!

No. 1

The Rila Monastery

The Monastery of Saint Ivan of Rila, better known as the Rila Monastery, is the largest and most famous Eastern Orthodox monastery in Bulgaria. It is situated in the southwestern Rila Mountains, in the deep valley of the Rilska River. The monastery is named after its founder, the hermit Ivan of Rila (876‑946 AD), and houses around 60 monks.


One of the most popular attractions in #Bulgaria is Rila Monastery – often a day trip from Sofia, but being in the snowy mountains, actually quicker to reach from Bansko. At its peak, over 200 monks would have lived in the 199 bedrooms here, although now only about 10 reside. Inscribed onto the #UNESCO world heritage list, the monastery days back to the 10th century, although it’s been attacked and destroyed over the years, most notably by the fire of the Ottomans, it’s always been rebuilt. Parts of it are off limits to day trippers, although there is a chance to spend the night staying in one of the basic and traditional rooms for the monks, which I reckon would have been pretty damn cool to do! 🇧🇬 #RilaMonastery#monastery#bulgarian

No. 2

Plovdiv’s Old Town

Plovdiv is the oldest living city in Europe and among the six oldest cities in the world. The Old Town is one of the most beautiful parts of the city, offering an impressive architectural and historical reserve. It combines ancient Roman and Bulgarian Revivalist architecture, and is included in UNESCO’s World Heritage tentative list.


Postcards from #Plovdiv 🇧🇬 The second city of #Bulgaria and last years European capital of culture

No. 3

The Seven Rila Lakes

The Seven Rila Lakes are a group of glacial lakes, situated in the Rila Mountain, between 2,100 and 2,500 metres elevation above sea level. Each lake is named after its most characteristic feature.

The highest one is called Salzata (The Tear) because of its clear waters. The next one in height is named Okoto (The Eye) for its almost perfect oval form. Babreka (The Kidney) is the lake with the steepest shores. Bliznaka (The Twin) is the largest one by area. Trilistnika (The Trefoil) has an irregular shape and low shores. The shallowest lake is Ribnoto Ezero (The Fish Lake) and the lowest one is Dolnoto Ezero (The Lower Lake), where the waters that flow out of the other lakes form the Dzherman River.


Rila Lakes

No. 4

St. Alexander Nevsky Cathedral

The St. Alexander Nevsky Cathedral is an Orthodox cathedral in Sofia. Built in Neo‑Byzantine style, it serves as the cathedral church of the Patriarch of Bulgaria and is one of the 50 largest Christian church buildings in the world. It is the largest Orthodox Cathedral located in Southeast Europe.


Autumn Sofia and of course its visiting card – Alexander Nevsky Cathedral ❤

No. 5

The Buzludzha Monument

The Monument House of the Bulgarian Communist Party, also known as the Buzludzha Monument, was built on Buzludzha Peak in central Bulgaria by the Bulgarian communist government and inaugurated in 1981. It commemorates the events of 1891, when a group of socialists assembled secretly in the area to plan for Bulgaria’s socialist future. After the fall of the communist regime in Bulgaria, the construction was abandoned and its works of art were severely damaged by vandalism.


Seen an epic instagram photo of an abandoned building a while ago. It turned out that it was in Bulgaria and it’s called ‘The Buzludzha Monument’. 

No. 6

The Melnik Pyramids

The Melnik Pyramids are rock formations, known as hoodoos, situated at the foothills of the Pirin mountain range in south‑western Bulgaria, near the town of Melnik. Reaching a height of up to 100m, the sandstone pyramids are shaped in forms resembling giant mushrooms, ancient towers and obelisks. The pyramids are a geological phenomenon of global importance and were declared a natural landmark in 1960. The rock formations are home to rich flora and fauna heavily influenced by the Mediterranean climate.


The Melnik Pyramids 💚 Declared a natural landmark in 1960, the Melnik Pyramids are one of the most visited sites in Bulgaria.

No. 7

Veleka Beach

Veleka Beach is located in the village of Sinemorets, at the mouth of the Veleka River and one of the most beautiful beaches in Bulgaria. It is located in an isolated place, but it is an extremely beautiful and quiet beach. Beachgoers can bathe in both the sea and in the colder waters of the river.

When I forget how talented God is, I just look at the sea.

No. 8

The Largo

The Largo, also known as the Triangle of Power, is an architectural ensemble of three Socialist Classicism edifices in central Sofia, designed and built in the 1950s with the intention of becoming the city’s new representative centre. Today it is regarded as one of the prime examples of Socialist Classicism architecture in Southeastern Europe, as well as one of the main landmarks of Sofia.


No. 9

Devetashka Cave

The Devetashka Cave is a large karst cave situated near the village of Devetaki on the east bank of the Osam River. The site has been occupied by Paleo humans for tens of thousands of years, and has served as a shelter for various faunal species during extensive periods of time. It is now home to nearly 30,000 bats.



No. 10

Ivan Vazov National Theatre

The Ivan Vazov National Theatre is Bulgaria’s national theatre, as well as the oldest and most authoritative theatre in the country and one of the important landmarks of Sofia. It is located in the centre of the city, with the facade facing the City Garden.


No. 11

Asen’s Fortress

Asen’s Fortress is a medieval fortress in the Rhodope Mountains. The earliest archaeological findings about it date from the time of the Thracians, and the area was also inhabited during the Ancient Roman and Early Byzantine period. The fortress gained importance in the Middle Ages, first mentioned in the statute of the Bachkovo Monastery in the 11th century. It was conquered by the armies of the Third Crusade, and was later considerably renovated in the 13th century during the rule of Bulgarian tsar Ivan Asen II to serve as a border fortification against Latin raids.


Assen’s Fortress (or Assen’s Fortress; Bulgarian: Асенова крепост) is a medieval fortress located in the Bulgarian Rhodope Mountains, 2-3 kilometers south of Asenovgrad, on a hill on the left bank of the Chepelare River.

No. 12

National Palace of Culture

The National Palace of Culture, located in Sofia, is the largest multifunctional conference and exhibition centre in south‑eastern Europe. It was inaugurated in 1981 to commemorate Bulgaria’s 1300th anniversary.


No. 13

Shipka Memorial Church

The Memorial Temple of the Birth of Christ, better known as the Shipka Memorial Church, is a Bulgarian Orthodox church in Stara Planina. It is dedicated to the Bulgarian, Russian and Ukrainian soldiers who died for Bulgaria’s liberation in the Russo‑Turkish War (1877‑78).


No. 14

Devil’s Bridge

The Devil’s Bridge is an arch bridge over the Arda River. It is situated at a 10 km distance from the town of Ardino in the Rhodope Mountains and is part of the ancient road connecting the lowlands of Thrace with the north Aegean Sea coast.


No. 15

Belogradchik Fortress

The Belogradchik Fortress is an ancient fortress located on the north slopes of the Balkan Mountains, close to the northwestern Bulgarian town of Belogradchik and is the town’s primary cultural and historical tourist attraction, drawing, together with the Belogradchik Rocks, the main flow of tourists into the region. It is one of the best‑preserved strongholds in Bulgaria and a cultural monument of national importance.


Flight over Belogradchik Fortress


Winter landscapes in Bulgaria

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Landscapes of Bulgaria in winter! 

Bulgaria is a multifaceted country with many different landscapes, a country and a destination to visit in all seasons! 

Explore the impressive winter landscapes in Bulgaria.

Stone river Vtosha The Golden Bridges
Borovets, Bulgaria
Borovets, Bulgaria
Pirin National Park, Bulgaria
Apriltzi Bulgaria
Izpolin Peak – Uzana
Mandra Dam in winter
Mazalat winter
Sevlievo Bulgaria
Reservoir Shiroka Polyana Bulgaria
Panorama of the mountains Rila (left) and Pirin (right)
Reznyovete area
Vitosha, Bulgaria
Mountains sunset, Bulgaria

Bulgaria in the snow Winter postcard – The most beautiful pictures on social media

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If you’re planning to visit Bulgaria in winter, you’ve made a fantastic choice!

Wondering why Bulgaria should be your ultimate winter destination this year? We’ve shortlisted posts sharing on social media that show The Beauty of Bulgaria in winter.

Take a look at what to do in Bulgaria in winter for a magical and memorable holiday in this European paradise.

Bulgaria in winter is unbelievably beautiful. The country turns into a white wonderland with glittering street lights. 

During the Bulgaria winter, most of the mountains are covered in snow, forming a gorgeous white sheet all over the country.

Aleksandar Kostov Cinematography

Alex Kostov Cinematography

The Rila Monastery in winter dress ❄️

Emiliyan Evdokimov Photography

Emiliyan Evdokimov Photography

Morning by the lake Bliznaka and peak Haramiyata – Rila

Viktor Pashov Photography

Viktor Pashov Photography

Spring time in Town Smolyan … 🤷‍♂️❄️❤️

Eye Motion – Create Emotion

Eye Motion – Create Emotion

Stefan Stambolov Street Veliko Tarnovo

Lens Impressions

Lens Impressions

Shiroka Polyana Dam.

Georgi Hadjiiski

Georgi Hadjiiski

View of Kupena and Ambaritsa at sunset 🙂

Mihail Hubchev Photography 

Mihail Hubchev Photography 

Quiet, Rhodope, beautiful, from Stoykite, from tonight.

Georgi Hadjiiski

Georgi Hadjiiski

House in the Balkans

Doblife Raynov

Doblife Raynov

The stone rivers next to Boeritsa hut 🏔❄️

Georgi Hadjiiski 

Georgi Hadjiiski 

The quiet town of Zgorigrad.

Vladislav Terziiski Photography 

Vladislav Terziiski Photography 

When on Shipka, everything is calm again 🤍❄

Georgi Hadjiiski

Georgi Hadjiiski

Winter Sofia

Vladislav Terziiski Photography 

Vladislav Terziiski Photography 

Tryavna ❄❄❄

Georgi Hadjiiski

Georgi Hadjiiski

Here, the night descends, the hut gently embraces… Malyovitsa hut

Milen Yanichkov



Мария Тарашманова


Sunrise overlooking the Arda River. 🌞

Loïc Lagarde


🇧🇬 Alexander Nevsky Cathedral in Sofia, Bulgaria, at dawn in winter.

Vladislav Terziiski Photography 

Vladislav Terziiski Photography 

❄❄ Plovdiv ❄❄

Alexander Raychev


Sunrise from Mazalat hut

Vladislav Terziiski Photography 

Vladislav Terziiski Photography 

Belogradchik Fortress❄❄❄

Valentin Donchev


Shiroka laka ❄️

Small part of Chepelare 🙌

Drone Supremacy



Alex Ignatov Photography 🇧🇬


Little cozy mountain bungalows near Malyovitsa hut, National park Rila ❄️ 🌲 🏡

Tervel Kutsev


grateful to be the first person who has climbed Botev peak in 2021. A kingdom of Ice.

Tyuncher Eminov


The blue eyes of Rila Mountain. The Seven Rila Lakes.

Alexander Chavdarov


A small, neat cottage. At the hut Malyovitsa ❄️🏔

Krasi Matarov


Purple morning from the Rila Lakes …..

Chris 🇧🇬


Rhodope Mountains ❄️ Such a heavenly view


Bulgarian towns and villages to visit in winter

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The holidays are approaching, and with them increases our desire to indulge in a well-deserved vacation.

Winter is a season that brings more or less comfort. But almost everyone loves those moments to watch their favorite Christmas movie, with a mug of hot chocolate in front of the fireplace, while outside a blanket of snow generously covers the ground.s.

But at some point, we get tired of staying home and just want to go out. And at this time of the year, even temperatures below zero can not be an obstacle for winter walks.

This is why we have selected in photos the most beautiful destinations of authentic Bulgaria, suitable for a walk during the short winter days…

Pchelin, Bulgaria – a picturesque village in the Rila skirts

The village of Pchelin is located in the municipality of Kostenets (southwestern Bulgaria in a picturesque mountainous region not far from the city of Sofia.

It is 9 km from the famous thermal baths of Momin Prohod and Kostenets Villas, thermal spa resort, 30 km from the ski resort of Borovets. The Pchelin spas nestle in the woods of the Ihtimanska Sredna Gora mountain, surrounded by a magnificent crown of oaks and pines.

The popularity of Pchelin mineral springs dates back to Antiquity. According to legends, these waters heal wounds.

In addition, locals tell stories of childless women who gave birth to cherished children after taking a bath in the mineral waters of Pchelin.

Staro Zhelezare House of Art in snow

Staro Zhelezare – The Bulgarian open air museum for modern art.

Staro Zhelezare is a small village in central part of Bulgaria, today it is already the most known STREET ART VILLAGE in Eastern Europe.

It is the unique open-air art gallery, where houses and fences are painted with visages of local people together with world known icons like politicians, different kinds of celebrities, chosen by the householders.


Staro Zhelezare, House ofnTradition

View from Dancholova mahala

Bulgaria Ski resort Borovets – panorama

Borovets is a hilstation located on the northern slope of the Rila Mountains, Bulgaria.

The ski area is 73 km from the city of Sofia.

During winter it is the largest winter sports resort in Bulgaria and in summer the resort offers plenty of outdoor activities.

The ski slopes are open from mid-December to April.

Rudozem Winter

The town of Rudozem is located in south – central Bulgaria (Province of Smolyan) near the Greek border. It is situated in Rhodope Mountains where the Elhovo and Chepino rivers flow into the Arda.

The areas are mainly hilly and low mountainous.

The wonderful nature of the municipality of Rudozem is a combination of overflowing dark green hills, wild and untouched pieces of land, beautiful panoramic views, crystal clean air and incredible diversity of plants and animals.

Multiple plant and animal species have been preserved in the recently unreachable forests beyond the border control point and the former minefields.

The territory of the municipality of Rudozem is crossed by Arda, Chepinska and Elhovska rivers.

The climate is typical for mountains with average altitude.


The Raykova house Museum – Tryavna, Bulgaria

The Raykova house, Tryanva – Town room from the beginning of XX century.

Built in 1846. A typical example of the Tryavna school of architecture and one of the best buildings of the Tryavna Revival house.

The museum exhibition presents the life of the Tryavna people at the end of the ХІХ and the beginning of the ХХ century.

Old Traditional Bulgarian House

Zlatograd Bulgaria

Zlatograd is a small town in the Rhodope Mountains located just 2 km away from the Greek border and 60 km southeast of Smolyan.

Zlatograd Ethnographic Areal Complex lies in the heart of the town. It is an open-air museum which is also part of the everyday life of local people.

The complex comprises an ethnographic museum, workshops and an exhibition of water equipment.

The town is a small with numerous nice houses (about 60). Its citizens are friendly, humble and easy-going.


After the tour around the complex tourists can sit and relax in some of the restaurants in the town or drink a cup of spun coffee made on hot sand and served in a special way.

There are many hotels in Zlatograd because the town is a popular tourist destination. Accommodation is also available in the ethnographic complex itself – in an old house with an authentic atmosphere from the Bulgarian Revival Period.

Zlatograd at night

Vitosha, Bulgaria

Pravets – hotel welness & spa golf resort complex

Pravets is a town in Pravets Municipality in central western Bulgaria, located approximately 60 kilometres from the capital Sofia.

Mountains surround it, which allows for a mild climate with rare winds. In the outskirts there is an artificial lake used for fishing and recreation. 

Today, the town is also most famous for its hotel welness & spa RIU golf resort complex.

Snowy fairytale in Bulgaria. Night goes down over Shiroka Laka village, Bulgaria

Shiroka Laka is a Rhodope village located in southern Bulgaria. It is located 26 km northwest of the town of Smolyan.

The village, mainly composed of buildings in the Bulgarian Renaissance style, is classified as an “architectural reserve”.

The village is known for its typical houses in the Rhodope mountain style, arranged in tiers on both banks of the Širokalăška reka.

Shiroka Laka village, Bulgaria
Shiroka Laka village, Bulgaria


The first snow fell in Bulgaria

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First snow in Bulgaria

The first snow of the season fell in Bulgaria.

This morning, Malyovitsa peak in Rila turned white after the first snow fell, Meteo Balkans reported. It is also snowing on the high peaks of Pirin. Snow cover on high peaks over 2300 meters above sea level is around 2-3 cm.

Malyovitsa peak in Rila

In the next few days over the mountains the daily temperatures will drop and the maximum at an altitude of 1200 meters will be about 14 °, at 2000 meters – about 7 °.

On the Black Sea coast the clouds will be variable and in places there will be short-term rain, in some areas accompanied by thunder. A light to moderate west-northwest wind will blow. Maximum air temperatures between 23 ° and 26 °. The temperature of the sea water is 23-24 °.

Best ski resorts in Bulgaria

Do you want to ski in Bulgaria?

Check out our articles on the best ski resorts in Bulgaria.

Book online for your ski vacation in Bulgaria – accommodation in hotels in Bansko, Borovets, Pamporovo, Chepelare, Panichishte.

Best Ski resorts in Bulgaria

Due to its mountainous reliefs, located in the Balkan peninsula between the Balkan massif, the Rhodope massif, the Pirin massif and the Rila mountain, Bulgaria will seduce you with the beauty and the diversity of its ecological heritage and by the variety of activities offered.

Especially in winter, with the large ski areas in Bulgaria among the cheapest in Europe.

Find the best accommodation deals for your winter sports holiday in Bulgaria

Find the best accommodation deals for your winter sports holidays in Bulgaria and enjoy!

Treat yourself to hours of skiing fun with family or friends on the slopes.

Take advantage of the Bulgarian ski slopes and some of the lowest prices in Europe for your winter vacation.

The whole Ma Bulgarie team wishes you a good stay in Bulgaria!


Les plus beaux villages de Bulgarie

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Découvrez quelques-uns des plus beaux villages de Bulgarie et promenez-vous dans les plus vieilles rues bulgares de la fin du 19ème siècle.

Admirez les endroits les plus authentiques et romantiques qui font partie de la richesse de l’histoire et de la culture de la Bulgarie.


Kovachevitsa se trouve dans la partie la plus occidentale des Rhodopes, à environ 24 km de la ville de Gotsé Deltchev.

Le village est situé sur la rivière Kanina au bord de laquelle se trouvent quelques terrains cultivables.

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Un chemin de randonnée mène de la vallée à Gotsé Deltchev.

Le village de Kovachevitsa a conservé son aspect authentique de l’architecture du 18ème et du 19ème siècles caractéristique du style de la Renaissance bulgare tel qu’il était pratiqué à l’époque dans les Rhodopes occidentales.

Le village est aujourd’hui un écomusée.

Les constructeurs de ses maisons de pierre et de bois étaient réputés dans tous les Balkans à l’époque de la construction.

Les balcons-terrasses en bois qui couronnent les édifices ouverts l’été et fermés à l’aide de panneaux de bois pendant l’hiver, donnent un cachet particulier au village, tout comme ses toits de lauzes.

Kovachevitsa est un des villages-musées les plus connus de Bulgarie, et les résidences secondaires y sont nombreuses.

Les étroites ruelles du village ont également servi de cadre à de nombreux films bulgares.

Shiroka Laka

Shiroka Laka est un village des Rhodopes situé dans le sud de la Bulgarie. Il se trouve à 26 km au nord-ouest de la ville de Smoljan.

Le village, surtout composé de bâtiments dans le style de la Renaissance bulgare, est classé « réserve architecturale ». 

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Shiroka Laka

Le village est connu pour ses maisons typiques dans le style montagnard des Rhodopes, disposées en gradins sur les deux rives de la Širokalăška reka.

Les maisons construites par les maîtres locaux ont généralement deux étages et présentent des oriels. Les intérieurs se caractérisent par des armoires intégrées. Les maisons disposent d’une cave de petite dimension, comportant une cachette. D’épais murs blanchis à la chaux dissimulent la cour intérieure des regards extérieurs. Celle-ci est de dimensions modestes et couverte, avec une fontaine au milieu.

Le village est également très connu en Bulgarie comme berceau de la musique traditionnelle des Rhodopes et par ses chants accompagnés à la kaba gaïda.

Shiroka Laka est un des hauts lieux du tourisme de randonnée dans les Rhodopes et propose de nombreuses auberges aux touristes.

Gabrovo – Etara

Etar, communément appelé Etara, est un quartier de la ville montagnarde de Gabrovo, un ancien village et maintenant un musée ethnographique en plein air.

Il porte l’ancien nom de la rivière Yantra qui le longe.

Gabrovo – Etara

Le musée ethnographique a été ouvert pour révéler aux visiteurs l’architecture, le mode de vie et l’histoire économique de la ville et de la région de Gabrovo pendant la Renaissance de la seconde moitié du 18ème et du 19ème siècle.

A cette époque le nombre des métiers pratiqués dans la ville était de 26. Les objets manufacturés à Etara étaient vendus dans d’autres contrées plus ou moins éloignées de la Bulgarie.

On peut également voir dans le complexe architectural et ethnographique l’une des plus riches et des mieux aménagées des collections d’installations aquatiques parmi les musées en plein air en Europe.

Conçu pour reconstituer l’habitat et l’artisanat traditionnel local, le village mélange maisons et échoppes d’artisans dans un cadre bucolique.

C’est une attraction touristique majeure de la région et il est l’un des sites préférés figurant sur la liste des 100 sites touristiques nationaux en Bulgarie.


Zheravna est un village du centre-est de la Bulgarie, qui fait partie de la municipalité de Kotel, dans la province de Sliven.

Le village est situé dans une petite vallée au pied des montagnes des Balkans.

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C’est une réserve architecturale d’importance nationale composée de plus de 200 maisons en bois de la période de la renaissance nationale bulgare (18ème et 19ème siècle), et c’est également une destination touristique en plein essor.

Le village est né entre le 12ème et le 14ème siècle et est devenu un centre culturel et artisanal au 18ème siècle.

La plupart des maisons de Zheravna ont été construites pendant le renouveau bulgare.

Au fur et à mesure que la population locale s’enrichissait, l’aspect architectural du village était façonné par des maisons en bois à un ou deux étages entourées de murs en pierre et de ruelles pavées.

Une grande partie des maisons ont été restaurées afin d’attirer les touristes et elles sont classées comme des maisons d’hôtes.

Chaque année, Zheravna reçoit la visite d’environ 20 000 touristes.


Koprivshtitsa est une petite ville de Bulgarie qui se situe à 110km au sud-est de Sofia dans la montagne Sashtinska Sredna gora.

Il s’agit aujourd’hui d’une véritable ville-musée, créée au 14ème siècle et rendue célèbre par le premier coup de feu de l’insurrection bulgare d’avril 1876 (mouvement de résistance contre la domination ottomane).

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Il existe de nombreuses légendes sur la création de la ville.

Et depuis 1971 elle a le statut de réserve architecturale et historique qui possède plus de 388 monuments architecturaux, historiques, culturels et ethnographiques.

En 1978, elle fut proclamée réserve architecturale nationale d’importance internationale et une localité de tourisme international.

Koprivshtitsa conserve un style architectural typiquement bulgare du 19ème siècle et son architecture est liée à l’évolution globale de l’architecture du Renouveau bulgare préservée jusqu’à nos jours.

De nombreux poètes, écrivains et révolutionnaires s’y sont installés et leurs maisons ont été transformées en musées. 

En 1956, à Koprivshtitsa fut fondée une direction des musées ayant pour but de préserver et de populariser le patrimoine culturel et historique de la ville.

Et il y a de nombreux musées, sites et monuments à visiter dans la petite ville.

Koprivshtitsa dispose de nombreux hôtels et de maisons de touristes qui accueillent des visiteurs dans une ambiance authentique.

Les lieux de restauration sont nombreux et proposent des plats de cuisine bulgare variés préparés selon des recettes locales.


Tryavna est une petite ville du centre de la Bulgarie située à 20 km à l’est de Gabrovo et 40 km au sud de Veliko Tarnovo dans le Grand Balkan.

Important lieu de commerce et d’artisanat entre le 15ème et le 19ème, Tryavna est aujourd’hui un lieu d’arts et de tourisme prisé pour son calme, son aspect pittoresque, ses vieilles pierres et son climat.

C’est une étape incontournable lors d’un voyage culturel en Bulgarie.

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Son centre historique est resté intact depuis le 19ème siècle et regorge de bâtiments historiques caractéristiques de la Renaissance Bulgare, une période qui débuta au 18ème siècle lorsque renaquit chez les peuples bulgares, alors sous dominance ottomane, un sentiment de conscience et d’appartenance à une même nation.

En vous baladant dans les rues, vous découvrirez les belles maisons aux façades blanches et toits en pierres, avec au premier étage leurs fenêtres arquées aux armatures en bois, typiques de Tryavna.

Au centre de la vieille ville se dresse la tour de clocher de L’ église Saint-Michel-Archange dont la construction actuelle date de 1819 et à laquelle on accède par un charmant petit pont de pierre, le Kivgireniyat.

Pour mieux apprécier le style architectural de la Renaissance Bulgare, une dizaine de maisons, transformées en musées, sont ouvertes au public.

Dont la maison Slaveykov – dans cette maison transformée en musée vécut Petko R. Slaveykov avec sa famille, c’est ici que naquit son fils, le délicat poète Pencho Slaveykov, que seule la mort empêcha d’être le premier Prix Nobel bulgare de littérature.

Ainsi, si vous voulez découvrir l’histoire culturelle et l’hospitalité locale en Bulgarie, vous devez vous diriger vers ces lieux presque cachés du monde et venir visiter ces villages bulgares au charme authentique et à l’accueil chaleureux.

Alors réservez sans plus attendre votre séjour en Bulgarie et trouvez votre hébergement dans les plus beaux villages de Bulgarie en cliquant sur le lien hôtels et hébergements.

Et voici une carte pour trouver plus facilement où se situent ces différents villages en Bulgarie


Sofia sous la neige

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Avec l’arrivée de l’Hiver et des premiers flocons, la capitale de Sofia révèle davantage sa beauté grâce à la pureté de la neige blanche.

La ville est en Noir et Blanc, l’Hiver efface les rues.

Il y a le silence, les flocons de neige tombent doucement et le vent souffle dans les branches qui plient légèrement sous le poids de la neige.

Voici quelques photos pour capturer la beauté de la ville de Sofia en Hiver et garder en mémoire le blanc et le pur pour toujours.

Laissez vous envoûter par le charme de la capitale de Bulgarie en Hiver et réservez votre hébergement à Sofia : Séjours et week-ends pas cher.


Bulgarie – L’un des plus beaux pays

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Avec ses paysages verdoyants, ses montagnes sauvages, ses plages idylliques mais aussi ses villages pittoresques et ses monuments, la Bulgarie est incroyablement photogénique.

Certains endroits en Bulgarie sont trop beaux pour sembler réels.

Voici 30 photos qui prouvent à quel point ce pays encore peu connu est magnifique et irrésistible.

Vous allez forcement tomber amoureux de la Bulgarie !

Roches de Belogradchik

Eglise de Zhrebchevo


Mont Botev

Sept Lacs de Rila

Vallée des Roses

Pont du Diable

Baie de Bolata



Roches Mushroom


Lac Pchelina

Cap Kaliakra

Grotte Eyes of God

Cascade de Krushuna


Roches de Belogradchik

Sept Lacs de Rila


Lac Tevno

Grotte Devetashka



Forteresse de Belogradchik

Mont Vihren


Cap Kaliakra

Lac The Eye

L’Arche de Tyulenovo

Bulgaria – The Paradise Corner On Earth


Couleurs d’Automne en Bulgarie

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L’automne annonce l’arrivée de l’Hiver et nous ravit de ses couleurs chaudes…

Les couleurs de l’automne offrent un fabuleux spectacle quand les feuilles des arbres passent du vert à l’or.

Ce changement de couleurs automnal est un vrai miracle de la nature.

Les couleurs s’enflamment et avec elles, la nature.

Cela nous donne envie de profiter de cette saison magique par de longues ballades dans les forêts de Bulgarie.

Pour peu que le soleil soit de la partie, alors, c’est un réel bonheur.

Rivière Arda

Lac de Boyana

Pyramides de Melnik


Cascades de Koprenski

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Monastère de Glozhene

Village Zgorigrad, Vratsa


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Pont du Diable

Automne calme

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Méandre au lever du soleil


Lipnik – Teketo, Roussé

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Cascade Skaklya

Chapelle de l’Ascension, Borovo

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Pyramides de Melnik

Rivière Toundzha

Parc, Varna

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Forteresse d’Asen

Sanctuaire de Belintash, Rhodopes

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Conte de fée d’Hiver en Bulgarie

Posted By : July/ 1937 0

La Bulgarie est un pays magnifique en toute saison de l’année.

L’Hiver lui donne une magie particulière. Surtout quand la neige l’enveloppe de son manteau blanc.

Une beauté qui vous donne envie d’en profiter tout en buvant un thé chaud devant un feu de cheminée mais aussi de s’adonner à des aventures d’hiver comme le ski, le snowboard ou tout simplement une fraîche ballade en montagne avec le craquement de la neige sous vos pieds.


Pic Oreliyak