From Veliko Tarnovo we took a super hot train and a bus to Nesebar where we spent two days at the beach. After getting sunburnt we took a 8h bus to Istanbul. But because it was nearly 4h late we spent that time on our “favourite” bench in a park in Burgas! AdvertisementsRead more "Beach days at Nesebar, Bulgaria"
The traditional museum village of Gabrovo: Then we made our way to the UFO, a now abandonned communist meeting hall. Andy, a guy from our hostel, drove us all the way up to the front door in his awesome land cruiser but then we had to lower us in through the basement because entry isn’t […]Read more "Daytrip to Gabrovo and Buzludzha (the UFO)"
Last night we made it to Veliko Tarnovo (Bulgaria’s old capital) from Sofia by bus. Surprisingly enough the busses here offer a free Wifi-connection (so 10€ for a 3,5h ride doesn’t sound like a bad deal at all). A typical street in the old town: Gab is working hard on crafting a traditional Bulgarian mask, […]Read more "Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria"
A day trip from Sofia lead us to the nice Rila Monastry and a very small cave nearby.Read more "Rila Monastry, Bulgaria"
The famous Alexander Nevski Cathedral: We found what is probably the world’s lowest kiosk! A street art festival was happening in SofiaRead more "Sofia, Bulgaria"