3 edition of A guide to Bulgaria found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Bulgaria guide book|
|Statement||[Evgheniy Dinchev ... et al.].|
|Contributions||Dinchev, Evgeniĭ., Alexander tour (Firm)|
|LC Classifications||DR54 .G85 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||367 p. :|
|Number of Pages||367|
|LC Control Number||2002446614|
The Bradt Guide to Bulgaria, written by Dr Annie Kay, is the most comprehensive guide yet to this beautiful, rapidly changing, country in the far South East corner of Europe. Annie is a historian, a tour guide, an ornithologist, a nature lover and now a part-time resident in Bulgaria. Her interests are reflected in the book; there are beautiful Reviews: If you are a book lover of any kind and visiting Sofia, make time to stop by Greenwich Book Centre. Come alone, with friends or someone special, get a cup of tea and slip into a different world.
This guide to this little known but deeply rewarding country, includes comprehensive accounts of all the sights from the capital Sofia to the time-warped villiages and wayside monasteries. It includes practical advice on outdoor pursuits - the best hikes, ski centres and Black Sea beaches - plus a run-dwon on all the folk festivals and informed commentaries on Bulgaria's turbulent history. My Guide Bulgaria. is part of the global My Guide Network of Online & Mobile travel guides. We are now in + Destinations and Growing. If you are interested in becoming a local travel partner and would like to find out more then click for more info about our Website Business Opportunity.
The Thracian Treasures of Bulgaria. The Panagyurishte Treasure was discovered on December 8, by three brothers near the town of Panagyurishte, km east of Sofia and 80 km north of Plovdiv. It comprises nine karat gold vessels that weigh approximately 7 kilograms: an . Lonely Planet: The world’s leading travel guide publisher Lonely Planet Romania & Bulgaria is your passport to the most relevant, up-to-date advice on what to see and skip, and what hidden discoveries await you. Ponder the sheer scale of the Palace of Parliament,.
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out of 5 stars Paperback. 27 offers from $ # The Bradt Guide to Bulgaria, written by Dr Annie Kay, is the most comprehensive guide yet to this beautiful, rapidly changing, country in the far South East corner of Europe.
Annie is a historian, a tour guide, an ornithologist, a nature lover and now a part-time resident in Bulgaria/5(13). Books set in Bulgaria. Bulgaria, is a country in southeastern Europe. It is bordered by Romania to the north, Serbia and A guide to Bulgaria book to the west, Greece and Turkey to the south, and the Black Sea to the east.
With a territory ofsquare kilometres (42, sq mi), Bulgaria is Europe's 16th-largest country. A Guide to Communist Bulgaria (English edition) ISBN: publisher: Free Speech International foundation. authors: Antony Georgieff, Dimana Trankova, Georgi Lozanov, Mihail Gruev Pages.
Hard cover. The Rough Guide to Bulgaria 6 (Rough Guide Travel Guides) “The guide takes a detailed look at Bulgarian history, literature, politics and Balkan cultural life with expert background on everything from the spectacular Rila Monastery to hiking in the Pirin mountains.
A comprehensive budget travel guide to Bulgaria with tips and advice on things to see and do, ways to save money, where to stay, and cost information. Nomadic Matt's Travel Site Travel Better, Cheaper, Longer.
To get a feel for Bulgaria past and present, consider these books and films. Nonfiction. The Shortest History of Bulgaria — Nikolay Ovcharov () A Concise History of Bulgaria — R.J. Crampton () Imagining the Balkans — Maria Todorova () Princes Amongst Men: Journeys with Gypsy Musicians — Garth Cartwright ().
Bulgaria Endearing, surprising Bulgaria is a rewarding and all-too-often-overlooked destination. With a prime location at the intersection of civilizations–going all the way back to antiquity–it has an unusually rich cultural heritage.
Exploring the city to write this Book Lover’s Guide to Sofia was such a joy. Сиела (Ciela) 22, ulitsa “Tsar Osvoboditel”, Sofia, Bulgaria + 88 With a deceptively small storefront, Ciela covers a huge, multi-story area that contains a wide range of books in both English and Bulgarian.
The book rightly highlights the diversity of birds to be found in Bulgaria, which is one of the highest in Europe, but twice boasts of Bulgaria's having "seventy species of heron." I do not believe there are 70 species of heron in the entire world/5(14).
Excellent book. I own the previous edition of the "Bulgaria: DK Eyewitness Travel Guide" and this new and improved version remains the BEST and most complete travel guide on Bulgaria, period.
It has the perfect balance of key travel destinations (historic, cultural, natural, etc.) and hidden gems throughout the country/5(48).
Lonely Planet: The world's leading travel guide publisher. Lonely Planet Romania & Bulgaria is your passport to all the most relevant and up-to-date advice on what to see, what to skip, and what hidden discoveries await you.
Absorb the vibrant landscape by hiking the Carpathians, relax on Bulgaria's Black Sea coast, or experience the kaleidoscope of colours in the Bucovina Monasteries -all with your Reviews: Inappropriate The list (including its title or description) facilitates illegal activity, or contains hate speech or ad hominem attacks on a fellow Goodreads member or author.
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Bulgaria - The Bradt Guide (2nd edition published August ) - Annie Kay. I have not seen this book but given the out-of-dateness of the Rough Guide and the fact that Lonely Planet no longer produce a dedicated guide to Bulgaria, I might well give Bradt a try if I was going to Bulgaria now.
Everything You Need to Know about Living in Bulgaria is a detailed practical guide for foreigners living in Bulgaria and an honest overview of Bulgarian lifestyle and culture for anyone looking to understand why things work the way they do (or don’t) in this country.
Get the book here, or read a free excerpt here. Bulgaria’s attractions for visitors have grown both in number and diversity. Food and wines are delicious and affordable. Museums, churches and monasteries are a window into Bulgaria’s rich and turbulent history.
Read more in The author’s take It might be a cliché, but in Bulgaria there really is something for everyone. The question is: where to. Our guide to Natural Wonders of Bulgaria by our Bulgaria local expert - Perhaps there are many poetic ways of saying that a country has a lot of something.
For example, y Plovdiv. Please share with us via e-mail ([email protected]) or phone call (+) details about your trip to Bulgaria or the Balkans – for example, your travel habits, preferences, dates of travel (if defined), rough budget, places to be visited, do you need a guide/driver with you (guided tour), your expectations as a whole and any other details, which might help in planning your trip.
A Guide to Ottoman Bulgaria book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.5/5(5). Everything for your trip to Bulgaria - best time to go, weather, daily cost advisor, visas, cheapest flights and transport information. Essential guide to Bulgaria - Lonely Planet Search Lonely Planet.Book Stores in Bulgaria.
Bookstores in Bulgaria come in many different sizes and forms and are scattered across the entire country.
Devoted readers and book lovers will come across every sort of bookstore there is on the planet, basically, from large multistorey book-selling centres in fancy malls, to neat little corner bookshops where you can sit back and read a short story or a poem while.
Make the most of your time with The Rough Guide to Bulgaria, the ultimate guide to this picturesque and largely undiscovered country. The full-colour section introduces Bulgaria's highlights, from the sunflower fields of the Balkan range to the country's wonderfully preserved heritage villages/5.