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 no ...
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 he ...
A 25-year-old man died in a Vratsa village as a result of floods as several hours of heavy rain deluged parts of central and western Bulgaria overnigh ...
Heavy rains have unleashed floods that caused serious damage to roads and other infrastructure in western and central Bulgaria, including the Vratsa and Plovdiv regions, endangered a key power station […]
The growing number of street cats in Plovdiv is driving the municipality moggy, and authorities are handing out hefty fines for feeding strays. Unlike cities such as Sofia, Plovdiv’s streets […]
Plovdiv Regional Court on July 14 order central district mayor Raina Petrova removed from office pending her trial in connection with alleged irregularities in granting contracts on the supply of […]
Heavy rain disrupted traffic in Varna on June 16, the morning after a river burst its banks to flood 50 houses in the village of Turiya in the Stara Zagora […]
One Design Week, an international festival for design and visual culture, is being held in Plovdiv from June 20 to 29 2014. The “week”, held annually since 2009, features a […]
Plovdiv Regional Court has upheld a decision by Karlovo District Court rejecting an application by the Muslim community to be awarded property at the central square of Karlovo where the […]