Do you know which landmark can be found in Gumoshtnik? Or Svilengrad? If you have never suspected the existence of the former, and think there are no landmarks at all in the latter, Hidden Treasures of Bulgaria will explode such fallacies.
Readable and informative, and in Bulgarian and English, the book comprises articles about 15 little-known settlements, natural and historical landmarks. Hidden Treasures of Bulgaria takes its reader from the border areas of the Strandzha mountain and the Rezovo river through Karlovo and Pravets to the Radetzky at Kozloduy and the cliffs of Belogradchik and Yaylata.
Hidden Treasures of Bulgaria is a book for the traveller who is not afraid to go beyond the established tourist clichés and prefers to stay off the beaten tracks – even if he is heading to the Rila Monastery, Balchik, Mt. Shipka, Rozhen or Rupite.