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A travellers introduction to the culture of Bulgaria. Hence, these posts offer information about Bulgarian food and drink; a travellers introduction to Bulgarian language; local customs and holidays. So, we hope this will help you culturally navigate your holiday in Bulgaria.

  • 5 Fun Facts You Must Know Before You Visit Bulgaria

    5 Fun Facts You Must Know Before You Visit Bulgaria

    Bulgaria is a wonderful country to visit in your campervan, motorhome, RV and caravan. But beware, the culture here is different. In this blog you will read 5 fun facts you must know before you visit Bulgaria. Once you have read them, you will be well-prepared for the delights that Bulgaria offers. 1) Yes, but […]

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  • 7 Day Trips around Camping Veliko Tarnovo

    7 Day Trips around Camping Veliko Tarnovo

    Many customers ask us for suggestions of day trips they can make, to combine places to see and things to do in the region. These are the places our groups and independent travellers enjoy visiting…. If you don’t want to pack up your motorhome, why not hire a car? Another option, if you prefer to […]

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  • Yalovo Winery

    Yalovo Winery

    Yalovo is an exciting, relatively new winery in the lovely village of Yalovo about 30 minutes from Camping Veliko Tarnovo. The technicians aim to focus on making high quality wine. They use local grape varieties and traditional techniques. equally important is that they produce wine using ecological methods. Yalovo Winery Tour Details There is a […]

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  • How To Use Your Phone To Translate Bulgarian

    How To Use Your Phone To Translate Bulgarian

    If you only choose one App to travel with, make it Google Translate. It opens up countries – especially those, like Bulgaria, with non-Latin alphabets. This App will help with Bulgarian Translation for Camping, Greetings, Numbers , and Food and Drink, as well as Shopping, talking to a doctor or mechanic and much more.

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  • Bulgarian Language For Tourists : Numbers

    Bulgarian Language For Tourists : Numbers

    The Numbers 1 to 2 in Bulgarian are quite easy to master. These might be useful when checking in to a campsite, buying travel tickets, tickets to a museum or in a restaurant. So here they are… English Bulgarian Pronunciation One Едно Ednо Two Две Dve Three Три Tri Four Четири Chetiri Five Пет Pet […]

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  • Bulgarian Language for Tourists : Restaurants

    Bulgarian Language for Tourists : Restaurants

    Here we will give you some useful words for restaurants and some suggestions of delicious dishes to try during your stay in Bulgaria. This is the first and most important of our posts about language it focuses on Bulgarian language for tourists: Restaurants. Common Tasty Dishes If the menu is only in Bulgarian look out […]

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  • Bulgarian Language for Tourists : Camping

    Bulgarian Language for Tourists : Camping

    When you are staying at the campsite the following Bulgarian language will help you check-in at the Reception and to ask for the important facilities to make your stay more enjoyable. Useful Words At the Campsite Camper – Кемпер – Kemper Caravan – Каравана – Karavana Tent – Палатка – Palatka Adult – Възрастен – […]

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  • Bulgarian Language For Tourists : Greetings

    Bulgarian Language For Tourists : Greetings

    The Bulgarian Language is an Indo-European language of the group of South Slavic languages. It is the official language of the Republic of Bulgaria and one of the 24 official languages of the European Union. The Bulgarian language is the earliest written documented Slavic language. Visiting a foreign country can be really tricky, especially in […]

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  • Palm Sunday Is The Day of Trees and Flowers in Bulgaria

    Palm Sunday Is The Day of Trees and Flowers in Bulgaria

    Tsvetnitsa-Vrubnitsa (Palm Sunday) is one of the most-celebrated Bulgarian holidays. It is rich in variety of customs, songs and dance. The holiday is on the last Sunday before Easter. Early in the morning on Tsvetnitsa young girls go to the nearest river. After they find a place where the water is calm they put pieces […]

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