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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