Top 10 Unusual Tourist Attractions In Bulgaria

Today we are looking at the Balkan nation of Bulgaria. With its amazing Black Sea coastline you could forgive tourists for staying around those coastal areas. But venture inland a little more and you will find even more amazing things…


Top 10 Unusual Tourist Attractions In Bulgaria


Devil's Throat Cave, Yagodina
Devil’s Throat Cave, Yagodina

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This cave hole is said to represent the devils head. I can’t see it myself, so maybe it is best I paid it a visit.

Stone Mushrooms, Beli Plast
Stone Mushrooms, Beli Plast

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These impressive mushroom shaped table rocks are one of the best natural things you will ever see. Provided you love mushrooms that is.

Devil's Bridge, Ardino
Devil’s Bridge, Ardino

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If you love your humpbacked bridges, this one that spans the Arda River is one of the finest in the world.

Belogradchik Rocks, Belogradchik
Belogradchik Rocks, Belogradchik

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Not only are the legends that surround this place quite mysterious, but the shape of the rocks themselves are also pretty weird.

Bulgarian State Monument, Shumen
Bulgarian State Monument, Shumen

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Said to be one of the heaviest monument on Earth it really is a celebration of slate.

Buzludzha Monument, Kran
Buzludzha Monument, Kran

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This alien space ship shaped monument in the Bulgarian mountains is a nod towards socialist communism, but I still kind of like it.

Kaliakra Transmitter, Balgarevo
Kaliakra Transmitter, Balgarevo

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Paying a visit to a radio transmitter is not something I would normally suggest, but the grandness of this one does make it well worth a visit.

The Eyes of God, Karlukovo
The Eyes of God, Karlukovo

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OK, so it’s just two holes in the ceiling of a cave, but it does have to be said that they do look a lot like a pair of eyes.

The Woodland Man, Balkan Mountains
The Woodland Man, Balkan Mountains

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He’s got arms, legs and a head and no-one knows why this tree has grown like this. You would not want to stumble across this in the dark that is for certain.

Snail House, Sofia
Snail House, Sofia

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Made to be a child-friendly home the architect claims there are no straight walls and he didn’t use a single brick! Maybe he used shells instead.

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