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Best Places in Bulgaria for Incentive Trips

Bulgaria is an undiscovered and emerging destination for the business travels. Due to its strategic location, favorable weather, superb food and lower prices, the country is on the way to establish itself as the new place for incentives and events. Here is a list of the best places in Bulgaria for your next award trip.


Sofia, The City Of Wisdom

Sofia, The City Of Wisdom

#Sofia is the capital of #Bulgaria and one of the oldest towns in #Europe. The city is largely modern, youthful city, with a scattering of onion-domed churches, Ottoman mosques and stubborn Red Army monuments that lend an eclectic, exotic feel. During its existence Sofia has embraced many cultures. Thracians, Romans, Ottomans and Slav People have left their mark making the city an interesting blend of architecture and spirit. Nowhere else you can find witnesses of the rise and decline of so many civilizations, co-existing with contemporary examples of architectural achievements.

Away from the buildings and boulevards, vast parks and gardens offer a welcome respite, and the ski slopes and hiking trails of mighty Mt Vitosha are just a short bus ride from the center. Home to many of Bulgaria's finest museums, galleries, restaurants and clubs, Sofia will enchant you and surprise you.

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Veliko Turnovo

Veliko Turnovo

Medieval history emanates from Veliko Turnovo’s fortified walls and cobbled lanes. One of Bulgaria’s #oldest #towns, Veliko Turnovo has as its centrepiece the magnificent restored Tsarevets Fortress, citadel of the Second Bulgarian Empire.

Today’s Turnovo is home to a multicultural #expat scene. Its location between Bucharest and Istanbul has made it a backpacker favorite, though it’s worth more than a stopover.

Veliko Turnovo is perfect for incentive combination trip with nearby Bulgarian towns as well as medium-size conferences and events.

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Bulgarian Mountains

Bulgarian Mountains

The winter season in Bulgaria typically lasts from end of November until March. Sometimes there is enough snow even in April.

Bulgaria is famous for its mountains and snow-capped peaks, offering excellent conditions for all sorts of winter sports and activities. If you are thinking where to book your company’s next winter incentive trip, wonder no more – Bulgaria will surprise you with endless possibilities for accommodation, memorable team building ideas and nonetheless great values for money.

Some of the well-known winter destinations include Borovets (40-minute drive from Sofia) – the oldest winter resort in the country, Pamporovo (3.5 hours from Sofia) – the king of the Rhodope Mountain and the famous Bansko (2-hour drive from Sofia) – the most modern ski resort on the Balkans.

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Bulgarian Seaside

Bulgarian Seaside

Bulgaria is famous for its wide and long #coastline and beautiful sandy #beaches, which can vary from lively and sports-facilitated beach stripes to calm and beautiful campsites. The beaches alongside the Bulgarian Black Sea coast are located in the resorts, between the resorts or far away from villages, hidden from everything but the sea.
The resorts offer great opportunity both for leisure and for congress tourism, with capacities of up to 1000 beds, great conference facilities and delicious food.
There are tons of fun and attractive and recreational #activities – yachting,
bungee jumping, trampolines, bananas riding, parachuting, surfing, diving or kite surfing.

The seaside of Bulgaria is perfect for small to large-size conference, incentive or adventure trip. Best months to visit are April to October.

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With an easy grace, Plovdiv mingles invigorating nightlife among millennia-old ruins. Like Rome, Plovdiv straddles seven hills; but as Europe’s oldest continuously inhabited city, it’s far more ancient. It is best loved for its romantic old town, packed with colorful and creaky 19th-century mansions that are now house-museums, galleries and guesthouses.

Plovdiv is perfect for 2-3 day incentive as it offers plenty of possibilities for activities combined with historical and cultural tours. The city also offers great conference facilities and solutions for creative meetings.

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