It may be one of Bulgaria's most commercialised resorts, but this small town on the Black Sea coast is deserted in the winter months, and we strongly recommend you visit in February to avoid the summertime crowds.
Every inch of its walls is covered in magical frescoes depicting what the 19th Century Bulgarians imagined hell to be: devils wielding scimitars, sinners boiling in tar, and God administering justice from the signs of the zodiac.
If you happen to find yourself in a stone forest 18 kilometres, or 11 miles, west of a major Black Sea town at dusk, you may end up believing the legend that these are titans whose bodies spell out the…
In the 1920s the daughter of the Duke of Kent and granddaughter of Queen Victoria came to this small Black Sea town, 40 miles north of Varna. At that time its only attraction was the chalk cliffs rising from sea,…
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TRADITIONAL MUSIC AND DANCE

TRADITIONAL MUSIC AND DANCE

An excerpt from Shadow Journey: A Guide to Elizabeth Kostova's Bulgaria and Eastern Europe

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A CENTURY OF EXCELLENCE

A CENTURY OF EXCELLENCE

As AIG celebrates its 100 birthday, Christina Lucas, General Manager for Bulgaria, shares more on the company's achievements and future

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