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Bulgaria – wide open spaces and freedom

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myhome.bg is a celebration of Bulgaria. It was originally created by a group of foreigners and Bulgarian nationals who all shared one immeasurable thing in common: a true passion for the country they call home.

The team behind this wonderful and inspiring film project hope that their sense of pride in their country travels far and wide, so that the ones unfamiliar with its beauty and promise, find what we have always known to be true. And that the country openly and freely receives the time and constructive attention it deserves to become one of Europe’s leading travel, business and investment destinations.

North-Central Region

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North Central has the visually stunning city of Veliko Turnovo, once the ancient capital and built on a mighty fortress; at select times it transforms itself into the city of lights and sounds. But the other little gems can also entrance, seeing your clothes being spun around and washed in crystal clear water just as they did in medieval times, or visiting the many monasteries with their unique Orthodox iconic art.

North East region in Bulgaria

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Rousse’s wonderful architecture, resembling the glories of Vienna, is many people’s idea of the gemstone of the Northeast. It deserves this name, being the major Danube port in the country. The Danube links Bulgaria with so many countries, Germany, Austria, Slovakia, Hungary, Croatia, Serbia, Romania, Moldova and the Ukraine.

North Coast in Bulgaria

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The North Black Sea coast contains the second biggest city in Bulgaria, Varna and perhaps the most modern, with well developed shopping centres and entertainment. It is also a major port with diverse cultures. There are many popular tourist destinations, Albena, Balchik, and Golden Sands among them which provide alluring beaches and untold numbers of restaurants, cafes and nightclubs to ensure an exciting holiday experience.

Central Region

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The Central region is so important historically: from the largest preserved Revival town of Koprivshtitza, where the first shots of the rebellion were fired in 1876, to the Roman amphitheatre in Plovdiv, to Thracian settlements - including Seuthopolis in the Kazanluk area, the only Thracian city that has been completely excavated, preserved and researched.

South East region in Bulgaria

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What most people experience when they go to the Southeast region are the golden beaches of the Black Sea, the tourists spots of Sunny Beach, Sinemoretz, Pomorie,  Sozopol and more. There is so much more, rare species, green valleys, stunning lakes and the prospect of peace and serenity. There are special trips to the river Ropotamo in the far south to watch amazing flora & fauna. These complement the beautiful fine sandy beaches and the exciting nightlife offered in all summer resorts.

South Central region in Bulgaria

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South Central, home to the mystical Rhodopi mountains, where Orpheus soothed man and beast with his wondrous sounds. Where the crystalline rocks are said to be the tears of Evridika, his bride. It has spectacular gorges, alpine meadows, vast green pastures and rich archaeological sites, a land of myth and ancient stories.

South West

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Encompassing three mountain ranges, Rila, Pirin and Rhodopi, overflowing with areas of beauty, of historical interest such as the stunning Rila monastery, and excitements like skiing in Bansko and Borovetz, the Southwest region is deservedly one of the most visited areas in Bulgaria.

Sofia – the capital of Bulgaria

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Founded 7,000 years ago but mostly feeling modern, Sofia is alive, energetic and up to date. There are the little ancient gems that appear unexpectedly even as you walk in the subway. Its best asset is the friendliness of its people. It is home to prestigious universities and is the major economic, cultural and administrative centre of Bulgaria.

North West region in Bulgaria

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Always Bulgaria has the capacity to startle and delight and the Northwest region brings a different flavour to the country.  The famous Danube flows along its length bringing with it all the life of a major river, busy ports, different cultures, exotic goods arriving on the ships, and, of course, it is the gateway to Romania. Serbia runs along its western border.