Bulgaria has many attractions and places to discover within a few miles of the Liongate guest house or further afield. Archaeological sites one of which had the largest find of gold in Euorpe and now on display in a museum in Varna. Bulgaria has 3 National and 10 nature parks which has preserved the beauty and uniqueness of its natural and cultural heritage. There are nine UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITES. The first four properties were inscribed in the World Heritage Listed in 1979, and the last ones listed in 1985. Monasteries and churches which are rich in history and culture travelling around Bulgaria is usually easy. UNESCO sites Boyana Church a medieval Bulgarian orthodox Church located in Sofia, Madara Rider an early medieval rock relief carved on the Madara plateau, Rock Hewn Churches Monasteries, Churchs and chapels built in rock face located in Ruse and Inanovo, Thracian Tomb ancient tomb located in Kazanlak, Ancient City of Nessebar old town Nessebar located on the Black Sea Coast, Rila Monastery medieval Monastery located in the Rila Mountains, Thracian Tomb a thracian tomb dates bact to the 3rd century BC, Pirin National Park located in the Pirin Mountains, Srebarna Nature Reserve located on the Via Pontica migration route.
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Guest house in Pomoshtitsa North Eastern Bulgaria, British owned, friendly rural atmosphere setting near lakes and mountains, English breakfast served, Bulgarian prices. Visit Lionsgate guest house for a relaxing Bulgarian holiday retreat.