Geography of Bulgaria
The Orchard of Bulgaria - Kyustendil annually dedicates a few days of June to the Kyustendil cherries.
The exhibition of the orchard fruits in the country began in the town of Kyustendil in 1896, when the First National Fruit Growing Exhibition was established and the town received the title "Mother of Bulgarian Fruit Growing".
There will be free vaccination posts or so called "green corridors" for vaccinations against Covid-19 in public parks and shopping malls in Bulgaria's capital Sofia on June 26 and 27.
The opportunity for administering Covid-19 jabs in outdoor spaces at places convenient to the members of the public is at the initiative of Sofia Municipality and Sofia Regional Health Inspectorate.
From the capital Sofia, through the vast nature of the Rila Mountains with a breathtakingly beautiful church, to the UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Bulgaria - this Balkan country offers you an incredible variety. You can find everything from food to casinos and nature to city life.
1. Bulgaria's capital Sofia