The best way to get to Bulgaria is by flying directly to Sofia Airport (SOF), the country's main international gateway, which offers a wide range of flights from major cities worldwide. If you are already in a neighboring country, consider traveling to Bulgaria by train or bus, as these options provide scenic journeys and convenient connections to cities like Sofia. Alternatively, for those seeking a road trip experience, driving to Bulgaria allows flexibility and the opportunity to explore at your own pace, with well-maintained road networks connecting the country to its neighbors.
Resorts in Bulgaria
Explore our resorts in Bulgaria
Much like the country itself, your ALL holiday resort in Bulgaria has it all: premium accommodations, indulgent restaurants, blissful spas and no end of exciting things to do.
Bulgaria is a fascinating country located in Southeastern Europe on the Balkan Peninsula. It is bordered by Romania to the north, Serbia and North Macedonia to the west, Greece and Turkey to the south, and the Black Sea to the east. Whether you're exploring its ancient history, enjoying the stunning landscapes, or immersing yourself in the vibrant traditions, Bulgaria offers a captivating experience that leaves a lasting impression on its visitors.
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Bulgaria offers a range of must-see attractions that showcase its rich history, natural beauty, and cultural heritage. Begin with Sofia, the capital city, where you can explore iconic landmarks such as the Alexander Nevsky Cathedral and the ancient Roman ruins of Serdica. Then, venture to the charming town of Plovdiv, known for its well-preserved Old Town and the impressive Roman Amphitheatre. Finally, make your way to the stunning Rila Monastery, nestled in the picturesque Rila Mountains, which captivates with its breathtaking architecture and religious significance.
Indulge in Bulgarian cuisine by trying traditional dishes such as banitsa (a savory pastry filled with cheese or spinach), kebapche (grilled minced meat), and shopska salad (a refreshing mix of tomatoes, cucumbers, peppers, and feta cheese). Don't miss out on tasting Bulgarian yoghurt, known for its creamy texture and health benefits. Pair your meal with a glass of rakia (fruit brandy) or enjoy local wines like Mavrud or Melnik, which are known for their unique flavors.
Warm, welcoming and modern, with a comfortable bed and a practical bathroom, our rooms offer everything you need for an enjoyable stay. The Roomer standard rooms offer two single beds, the ultimate getaway for friends within walking distance from bars and clubs.Rooms also have an option of a double bed perfect for couples looking to get cozy but still be close to the action of the resort
The best time to visit Bulgaria is during the spring (April to June) and autumn (September to October) when the weather is mild, and the landscapes are lush and colorful. These seasons offer comfortable temperatures for outdoor activities, sightseeing, and exploring the country's natural beauty. However, if you're looking to enjoy Bulgaria's stunning Black Sea coast, the summer months (June to August) provide ideal beach weather.