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On this day you will visit one of Bulgaria’s most famous natural landmarks - the Belogradchik Rocks. Nominated in the "New Seven Wonders of the World" competition, the amazing rock formations span a vast quadrature region and for centuries have inspired the human imagination that baptized them with the most bizarre names.
You will also explore the unique and protected by UNESCO natural landmark - the Magura Cave. It resembles an underground cathedral and is one of the most striking tourist attractions in Eastern Europe. What makes it unique are the extremely well preserved ancient drawings that have no analogs. Created by humans more than 7000 years ago, there are over 700 drawings in the cave.
In the unique atmosphere of this place, where the spirit of the past millennia lives, with myths and legends of ancient times, in the bowels of the cave, you will be able to taste some of the best Bulgarian wines.
Come and experience Bulgaria’s natural miracles.
We offer you to embark on an amazing adventure and to get to know the place, ranked for the "New Seven Wonders of the World" - Belogradchik Rocks and the hidden ancient fortress among them! The place with a unique location for observing the starry sky and not only this...
The unique natural phenomenon Belogradchik Rocks is a rock complex with a length of about 30 km and a width of 6-7 km. The rocks have been sculpted by nature for more than 200 million years. Their reddish tinge is due to the iron oxide content. They are diverse in form and size of rock art, rising more than 100 meters high!
Visit the town of Belogradchik and its two notable attractions—Belogradchik Rocks and Belogradchik Fortress—on this day trip from Sofia that combines the natural scenery and history of northwestern Bulgaria. Be wowed by the natural formations of sandstone rocks in the Balkan Mountains, and admire the fortress, which dates back to Roman times.
It’s a 4-hour bus ride to Belogradchik, the little mountain town that houses perhaps Bulgaria’s most spectacular rock formations. Get there and back in just one day on this convenient door-to-door tour capped at only five travelers. Exploring with your driver/guide, see the Belogradchik Rocks, an extraordinary series of pinnacles reminiscent of Utah or Arizona, and the Belogradchik Fortress, with a heritage dating back to Roman times.