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Bulgaria este cea mai ieftina destinatie pentru un concediu in familie in 2013

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Bulgaria conduce detașat și în 2013 în clasamentul celor mai ieftine destinații pentru concediile în familie, potrivit unui studiu al publicației britanice on line virginmoney.com. Desigur, site-ul nu uită popularele stațiuni de schi ale țării, care atrag mii de turiști din toată Europa și din lume, cu amenajări și servicii de primă clasă la un sfert de preț. Dar sunt mult mai multe ce recomandă Bulgaria ca principală destinație turistică.

Cu muntele Vitosha la ușă, capitala Sofia se afirmă ca o destinație ideală pentru familiile aflate în căutarea unui loc bun pentru schi iarna, sau pentru cei care se bucură de alpinism vara. Sofia este un amestec straniu de arhitectură europeană și comunistă, dar este fermecătoare totuși, și din fericire păstrează numeroase comori medievale, și câteva din cele mai frumoase biserici ortodoxe din această zonă a lumii. Una dintre aceste biserici, Hagia Sophia (numită astfel deoarece a fost folosită ca moschee în timpul administrației otomane) a dat numele orașului în secolul al XIV-lea, iar pentru a avea experiența unei arte religioase care să-ți taie respirația se recomandă catedrala Alexandr Nevski.

Și apoi există Varna, pentru familiile care doresc să se bucure de o zi la plajă. Aici te poți bucura de o plimbare ușoară în Grădina Mării, sau poți vizita muzeul arheologic local pentru a descoperi  câteva dintre tezaurele prețioase ale Bulgariei. La 18 km vest de Varna te vei întâlni cu un fenomen natural curios, numit Pădurea de Piatră de localnici sau ”pădurea pietrificată”. Oricum ai decide să o numești, se află în apropierea celei mai cunoscute stațiuni estivale bulgare și este o priveliște ce nu trebuie ratată dacă te afli în zonă.

Alt obiectiv care nu trebuie ratat în Bulgaria este Valea Trandafirilor (Rozova dolina) aflată în sudul Balcanilor. Se recomandă ca acest obiectiv să fie vizitat în prima săptămână din luna iunie, când în orașul Kazanlak de la picioarele Balcanilor se serbează festivalul trandafirilor. Acest oraș este cunoscut pentru celebrul ulei de trandafiri produs aici și exportat pentru a fi utilizat în industria parfumurilor la nivel mondial. Este ciudat că fetele bulgare încă mai cumpără Chanel, deși au la dispoziția lor nectarul zeilor provenit din Valea Trandafirilor. 

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