For today’s technology-driven generation, time seems to be of big importance.
It has played a great part of our lives that we, more often than not, use it to set our daily activities. From morning until midnight, we are enclosed in that circle of twelve numbers, focused on doing what we need to do.
However, we tend to forget that time is nothing but a set of numbers. It should never complicate our lives to the point that we feel stressed out to finish everything within a 24-hour period. Because at some point, we need to stop time and enjoy the more precious moments in life. Bulgaria is here to help.
Situated in the Balkan Peninsula, Bulgaria is surrounded by the Black Sea to the east, Turkey and Greece to the south, Serbia and Macedonia to the west and Romania to the north. The establishment of the first Bulgarian Kingdom was in 681 when the Bulgars conquered and assumed leadership over the Slavic Tribe. Only in 1990s did the country gain a democratic government along with the collapse of the Communist Regimes in the Eastern Empire.
First among the top landmarks in the country is the Neo- Renaissance style National Assembly Building. Walk inside the St. Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, named after the Russian Prince who was ordained as a saint, then view the statue of St. Nicholas situated by Nessebar Bay. Take the chance to read a book inside the Center of Contemporary Art.
Afterwards, witness the so-called God’s structures in the Bridge of God as well as the Amphitheatre, discovered from an excavation during the 1970s. Taste the best of wines in the Wine Museum and view the city from the blue waters by riding a water taxi in Bulgaria’s many harbors.
Life is not measured in numbers. All memories are treasures worth keeping as we grow older. Fly to Bulgaria now and make your moments last for a lifetime.