Well done to the little souls that braved the rain today. We hope you enjoyed the Easter Party games. Here are some pictures from the games...
Wishing you all a Happy Easter weekend !
For the 7th year running we will host the Easter Children's Party on 17th April. The party will start with a traditional Easter Egg Hunt with lots of chocolates as prizes ! The Easter egg hunt will be followed by garden and party games the children. It's free to come along and it will be… Continue reading Children’s Easter Party Invitation
Tsvetnitsa-Vrubnitsa (Palm Sunday) is one of the most-celebrated Bulgarian holidays, rich in a variety of customs, songs and dance. The holiday is held annually 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… Continue reading Palm Sunday Is The Day of Trees and Flowers in Bulgaria
Bulgaria celebrates International Women's Day today. Over the years it has varied in importance and is now largely an opportunity for children to thank their mothers and for husbands to thank their wives. Camping Veliko Tarnovo wishes all our women customers and staff a wonderful International Women's Day. Wishing you good health and happiness today… Continue reading Happy Women’s Day !
On 3rd March 1878 Bulgaria was liberated after centuries of Ottoman Rule. It is a public holiday and many people will visit the monuments celebrating this important date. May Bulgaria continue to be proud and free. Cheers to all our friends and customers today – we wish you a happy holiday !
March 1st is the Baba Marta holiday in Bulgaria. For the next few days, everyone we meet in Bulgaria will be giving and receiving red and white trinkets, called Martenitsi. They are often in the form of bracelets or a pair of dolls, which you attach to your clothes. Martenitsi are worn until you see… Continue reading It’s Grandmother March Day in Bulgaria !
A lovely traditional event at the campsite today ! The young girls from the village celebrate St Lazarovden. Wearing traditional costume of their local area the group visit their neighbours and dance and sing folklore songs of love, happiness, health and prosperity. In times past the group would receive in return small gifts, eggs and… Continue reading St Lazarovden