Investor Claude Tabet on how Ellipse Center transforms both the cityscape and the way we work, combining business and relaxation
Plethora of disunited small groupings swear they are 'genuine' alternative to GERB, former Communists
As Nikolina Angelkova, the minister of tourism, recently explained, tourism to the Bulgarian Black Sea coast is expected to be at a record low in 2019. The reasons are probably many and varied, and surely they have nothing to do with overconstruction along the 378-kilometre stretch of coast that the Bulgarian tourist and construction industry has managed to turn into a concrete ghetto.
Stunning landscapes, traditional architecture, strange museums, hidden stories outside Sofia, Plovdiv and Varna
"People just think that there is corruption." Rumyana Bachvarova, the chief of the Office of the Prime Minister
Those with knowledge of the off-the-beaten-track areas in Bulgaria will know that this country abounds in strange, bizarre sites and locations that are sometimes whims of nature but often the result of human activity.
Poet who lost an eye in the Great War, changed Bulgarian literature - and was assassinated for his beliefs