Bulgaria (and Sofia in particular) is becoming quite popular. Given it’s one of our goals, we are very excited about that. Next week we would welcome guests from EastWeek magazine in Hong Kong and currently in contact with Qatar’s leading magazine Qatar Happening. In the meantime here’s what travel writers say about the country:
Bulgaria’s eclectic cuisine pleases. It’s a charming meld of heart-attack Slav dishes based on pork, lard, sausages, more pork and perhaps some pickled cabbage or veal, and those Eastern Mediterranean favourites such as stuffed aubergines and what everyone outside Bulgaria would call Greek salad. With feta. Which isn’t called that here.
While Sofia may never compare to the Czech Republic capital in terms of the sheer number of historic buildings and monuments, you may discover a taste of Old Europe with the modern nightlife and budget prices that made Prague so popular in the past two decades.
The experiences travelers report from Bulgaria are equally polarizing, from fantastic to utterly disappointed; a blinding contrast few countries can contend with. Love, Hate, Or Indifferent – Chances Are You’ll Be Surprised.
By the way, you remember that Sofia was recently featured in the Daily Herald and Irish Times, right? Sofia, Free Sofia Tour and especially our great new team member Kiril are famous also in Finland (see photo below) following an article in Turun Sanomat daily:
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Sofia is a great city, a little gem that is becoming more and more discovered by tourists and visitors from all over the world. Sofia free tour is also a great idea. We would love to give you guys a mention on our new website once its finished, its almost done.