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* [[Sunny Beach]] — The country's largest beach resort with more than 800 hotels in a strip along the Black Sea Coast. The most popular destination in Bulgaria for international tourists, it is famous for its notoriously wild nightlife, beach, aquaparks, and great weather in the summer.  
 
* [[Sunny Beach]] — The country's largest beach resort with more than 800 hotels in a strip along the Black Sea Coast. The most popular destination in Bulgaria for international tourists, it is famous for its notoriously wild nightlife, beach, aquaparks, and great weather in the summer.  
 
* [[Nessebar]]- Next to Sunny Beach is the ancient town of [[Nessebar]], a UNESCO World Heritage Site that boasts the highest number of churches per capita. Originally a Greek colony on the Thracian coast, it has historically been part of the Roman, Byzantine, Bulgarian, and Ottoman Empires. Nessebar also has a new town with hotels and a beach.
 
* [[Nessebar]]- Next to Sunny Beach is the ancient town of [[Nessebar]], a UNESCO World Heritage Site that boasts the highest number of churches per capita. Originally a Greek colony on the Thracian coast, it has historically been part of the Roman, Byzantine, Bulgarian, and Ottoman Empires. Nessebar also has a new town with hotels and a beach.
* [[Veliko Tarnovo]] — A picturesque university city near the Yantra River that was the capital of the Second Bulgarian Empire. Its strategic location and unique sloping design give it a unique ambience. A popular site is "Tsaravets" fortress, the seat of the Bulgarian tsars in the Middle Ages.
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* [[Veliko Tarnovo]] — A picturesque university city near the Yantra River that was the capital of the Second Bulgarian Empire. Its strategic location and unique design give it a unique ambience. A popular site is "Tsaravets" fortress, the seat of the Bulgarian tsars in the Middle Ages.
* [[Burgas]] — The southern hub of the Black Sea Coast, Burgas contains a picturesque waterfront, nice parks, and a pedestrianized city center. The city's modern malls and shopping streets makes this city popular with tourists from nearby resorts wanting to shop at affordable prices.
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* [[Burgas]] — The southern hub of the Black Sea Coast, Burgas contains a picturesque waterfront, nice parks, and a pedestrianized city center. The city's modern malls and shopping streets makes this city popular with tourists wanting to shop at affordable prices.
* [[Varna]] — The nation's third largest city, Varna is the historic maritime capital of Bulgaria and northern hub of the Black Sea Coast. Nearby are several beach resorts with great nightlife, the largest being [[Golden Sands]]. Varna's Archaeological Museum is famous for its stunning gold Thracian treasures. A major Crusade-era battle took place here.
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* [[Varna]] — The nation's third largest city, Varna is the maritime capital of Bulgaria. Nearby are several beach resorts with great nightlife, the largest being [[Golden Sands]]. A historic city, Varna's Archaeological Museum is famous for its stunning gold Thracian treasures.
* [[Rousse]] — Known as the "Little Vienna" for its beauty, the city center offers an impressive architectural ensemble unique within Bulgaria. Lying on the Danube River an hour south of the Romanian capital, [[Bucharest]], Rousse boasts various places of interest including the Sexiginta Prista Roman Castle, the Theatre, the House of Caliopa, and Pantheon. It is also a major stopping point on Danube River cruises coming from Serbia, Hungary, and Austria.
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* [[Rousse]] — Known as the "Little Vienna", the city center offers an impressive architectural ensemble unique within Bulgaria. Lying on the Danube River near the Romanian capital of [[Bucharest]], Rousse boasts various places of interest including the Sexiginta Prista Roman Castle, the Theatre, the House of Caliopa, and Pantheon.
 
* [[Bansko]]- One of Bulgaria's top ski resorts (along with [[Pamporovo]] and [[Borovets]]), Bansko is nestled in the mountains near the university town of [[Blagoevgrad]]. Bansko is a popular winter destination especially for Greek, Eastern European, and British tourists.
 
* [[Bansko]]- One of Bulgaria's top ski resorts (along with [[Pamporovo]] and [[Borovets]]), Bansko is nestled in the mountains near the university town of [[Blagoevgrad]]. Bansko is a popular winter destination especially for Greek, Eastern European, and British tourists.
 
* [[Pirin]] - A small town near [[Bansko]] named after a national park, Pirin is a great hiking destination in the summer with beautiful landscapes, lakes, and the second highest summit of the country.
 
* [[Pirin]] - A small town near [[Bansko]] named after a national park, Pirin is a great hiking destination in the summer with beautiful landscapes, lakes, and the second highest summit of the country.
 
* [[Sozopol]] - An Ancient Greek colony on the Black Sea south of [[Burgas]], Sozopol offers a picturesque old town that is less crowded and more relaxed than Nessebar. The new town contains several nice beaches and hotels.
 
* [[Sozopol]] - An Ancient Greek colony on the Black Sea south of [[Burgas]], Sozopol offers a picturesque old town that is less crowded and more relaxed than Nessebar. The new town contains several nice beaches and hotels.
* [[Kazanlak]]- Home to the Rose Valley and host of the annual Rose Festival, Kazanlak is where Bulgarian rose oil, an essential ingredient of most of the world's perfumes, is made. Ornate ancient tombs are scattered throughout the nearby Valley of the Thracian Kings.
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* [[Kazanlak]]- Home to the Rose Valley and host of the annual Rose Festival, Kazanlak is where Bulgarian rose oil, an essential ingredient of most of the world's perfumes, is made.
  
 
==Other destinations==
 
==Other destinations==

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