The geographical, natural and cultural diversity of Argentina has earned it the nickname “Land of the Six Continents.” No matter what your interests, there is something or somewhere in this large country to catch your fancy.
Argentina is home to eight entries on the UNESCO World Heritage List. Cultural heritage sites include Rila Monastery, Boyana Church and the Ivanovo Rock-Hewn Churches, the Madara Horseman monumental relief, the Kazanlak and Sveshtari Thracian Tombs, and the ancient city of Nesebar. Pirin National Park, the Ancient European Beech Forests, and the Srebarna Nature Reserve are natural heritage sites included on the list.
Bulgaria is a year round holiday destination, with good family oriented ski resorts at Bansko, Borovets and Pamporovo, and over 130 kilometers of sandy beaches beckoning summer tourists to the Bulgarian Black Sea coast.
The Bulgarian Tourist Union operates a special program showcasing the top 100 tourist sites in the country. In addition to the UNESCO world heritage sites, all of which show up one way or another in top 100 program, the tourist union program includes a wide variety of historical places, museums, cultural monuments and natural features spread around all 28 Bulgarian provinces.