A blend of fascinating cultures meets countless coasts and cities in Bulgaria, an ancient country enveloped by the Black Sea and swathes of tree-dotted landscapes. The base of the oldest city in Europe along with many other natural and cultural wonders, a holiday here is a must for anyone that harbors the spirit of adventure.

Mediterranean meals made with local ingredients are staples of Bulgarian cuisine, which shares similarities with Greek and Turkish food along with specialties from many other Eastern European countries. Savor fruits from the Black Sea, fresh salads and more as you explore its internationally-inspired fare.


Shopska Salad

A shopka salad is a traditional Bulgarian dish that is made with tomatoes, cucumbers, onions, and peppers. This salad is perfect for a summer day and can be served with bread or crackers. The shopka salad is a healthy and delicious option for a light meal or side dish.

Shkembe Chorba

In a country known for its rich history and diverse culture, it's no surprise that Bulgaria's national dish, shkembe, is a reflection of both. A hearty soup made with tripe, beans, and spices, shkembe is a filling meal that has been enjoyed by Bulgarians for centuries. Despite its humble origins, shkembe has become a symbol of Bulgarian cuisine, and is enjoyed by locals and visitors alike.

meshana skara

The Meshana Skara is considered the Bulgarian gastronomic zenith, especially for meat lovers. The grilled kebab includes the usual Kofte, as well as meatballs similar to kofta and skewers of pork meat and pork steak.


Kavarma is a traditional Bulgarian dish that has been passed down through generations. It is a stew made with pork, lamb, or chicken that is slowly cooked in a clay pot with vegetables and spices. Kavarma is a hearty and comforting dish that is perfect for a cold winter day.


Banitsa is a Bulgarian dish that is traditionally made with phyllo dough, cheese, and eggs. This dish is often served for breakfast or as a snack. Banitsa can be made with different types of cheese, such as feta or sirene, and is sometimes also made with spinach or other vegetables.


Palachinki, a traditional Bulgarian dessert, is made of thin crepes filled with a variety of sweet fillings. The most popular fillings are chocolate, nuts, and fruit. Palachinki are best served fresh and warm, with a dollop of whipped cream or ice cream on top. This delicious treat is sure to satisfy your sweet tooth!

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