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Hades   
Posted: Nov 26, 2018
Weya   
People are less expensive and cheaper. Bulgarian self-driving Raiders

How much does it cost to go to Europe? 20,000? 30,000?
Come here, 8000 is enough!
People with less beauty, Bulgaria will never let you down!
Cost: We stayed in Bulgaria for 11 days in total, except for air tickets (everyone flies from different places, Shanghai is 5000), all other expenses (accommodation, car rental, fueling, eating, tickets, shopping) Count) per capita 3000! That's right, 3000 per capita! Accommodation is the cheapest, and the three of us booked a two-bedroom, one-bedroom hotel every day. The facilities are complete and comfortable, and the average price is less than 300 nights! Eating and selling food is very cheap, and the price of China's third-tier cities is similar. The car is slightly more expensive, but the total is really cheap to get a finger, so many Southeast Asian countries do not have such low consumption! One word: value!
Self-driving route: Sophia ~ Shipka (UFO monument) ~ Veliko Tarnovo ~ Varna ~ Nesebar ~ Burgas ~ Sozopol ~ Plovdiv ~ Lira ~ Sophia
count A very deep tour of the trip, the Bulgarian country is not small, the first time I feel that 11 days in Bulgaria will be a little waste, it turns out that there are too many fun places, every place feels that time is not enough, the whole even feels a bit rushed Many places because too beautiful and too leisurely hate can not stay here for a month!
The most recommended place:
UFO Monument I am here for this Bulgaria, seeing more shocked! Although I can't go in now, it's still worth seeing! (Car followed by navigation can be opened to the monument, we opened the wrong direction so climbed a hill)
Veliko Tarnovo the whole city is very charming, the ancient city wife is too good to see, recommended two days!
Nesebar, the ancient city is a small island, really beautiful, everywhere beautiful, want to buy a house here for a lifetime!
Sozopol Super recommended one attraction: the Castle of Ravadinovo We mistakenly hit a castle, amazing to fly, there are many holes to explore, and attractions are free! Really take a big shot!
Plovdiv Old Town can go shopping for a day! There is also a mountain attraction called the Alyosha Monument, which overlooks the entire Plovdiv in 360 degrees and is spectacular!
Automobile and travel tips:
Bulgarian mountain roads are more, it is recommended to rent a little car! The rules of driving are similar to those of China, paying attention to polite pedestrians! Passengers in the car must wear seat belts even if they are sitting in the back row! Be sure to pay attention to the speed on the highway. The road is too good and too easy to get 140 yards! There is labor in refueling, and the fuel tank cover on the car will generally write which oil to add, telling the staff that "full" is full!
Most places can be swiped, with a good visa or MasterCard credit card, UnionPay can't! Because the consumption is cheap, you can change some cash! With the euro in the past, the airport has a window to change money!
Bulgarian people's English is not very popular, many young people will say that older people are... but relying on body language does not affect communication!
Posted: May 22, 2019
Helen   
The Buzludzha communist UFO
monument built in the former Soviet era was once a landmark of Bulgarian communism. The shape of a flying saucer, the mosaic-covered roof, and the towering hills of the Balkans were once brilliant. Unfortunately, with the great changes in society, Zuzludzha has become a dangerous building at this time. The
outer squares and sculptures have been destroyed, and the inner domes are also broken and mottled, leaving only a ruin. Although the weather was not satisfactory, it added a mystery to our expedition. The monuments in the rain and rain seem to come from the flying saucers in outer space. The government locked the door a few years ago to prevent tourists from entering danger. However, the small difficulties could not stop everyones strong curiosity, and finally found the entrance of the underground passage of one meter square, leaning against the waste chimney. Under the leadership of the team leader, the board climbed down the three-meter-high tunnel, and finally groped into the once glorious hall. The cold wind whizzed through the broken wall, and the thick fog made people feel like they were outside the earth.
At first thought that the entry process would be very thrilling, so the camera didn't come with the camera safely. I regret it when I went in, because in addition to the high entrance, it is a little hard to climb down more than three meters, and the other links are not difficult, and it is too easy to come out here. Movie! The day we went, although it happened to catch up with the wind and rain, it was still foggy, but unexpectedly let the mysterious atmosphere here reach its peak!
Posted: Dec 15, 2018