Bulgaria’s weather forecasters have issued a “Code Orange” warning of hazardous weather because of expected heavy rain and thunderstorms in six regions of the country on September 16. The regions […]
Bulgaria’s city of Plovdiv, named by an international jury as their recommendation for European Capital of Culture 2019, toasted its success wit ...
Bulgaria’s Black Sea city of Varna, one of three on the shortlist for European Capital of Culture 2019 that lost out when an international jury ...
Bulgaria’s city of Plovdiv has been named as European Capital of Culture 2019. The announcement was made at a special news conference at the cul ...
Photographs of scenes from Plovdiv, named on September 5 2014 as an international jury’s recommendation for European Capital of Culture 2019. (All photos: (c) Clive Leviev-Sawyer and (c) Leah Sawyer)
For the 10th year, the Night of Museums and Galleries in Plovdiv will draw residents of the city and visitors from all over Bulgaria for the heady experience of exploring […]
With the final tally yet to be made, the 2014 summer archaeology season in Bulgaria has uncovered a number of fascinating finds, ranging from remnants of 2nd century BCE Roman […]
Bulgaria’s second city Plovdiv now boasts the longest pedestrian zone in Europe, beating previous record-holder Copenhagen, according to mayor Ivan Totev. After the formal opening of the latest stretch of […]
Bulgaria’s collection of “vampire skeletons” – burials in which measures were taken to prevent the deceased from rising as undead – can now be updated to include remains found in the country’s […]
One Dance Week, which includes some of the most up-to-date and progressive dance companies and choreographers from the global dance scene, is being held in Bulgaria’s second city Plovdiv from […]