Sofia, Bulgaria, March 11, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- The newly established partnership between Travel agent Liberty International Tourism Group and Alexander Tour, the most popular travel agent for the Balkans, operating in Bulgaria since the changes in 1989, now brings better options for travelers who desire to discover the world as suggested by the world popular travel sites.
CNN emphasizes on the 20th anniversary of the collapse of the Soviet Union Bulgaria informally celebrates. Last couple of years, the successful sale of books and media rediscovering the post-soviet world, showed the significant interest in post communistic artifacts, especially in large buildings and political memorials now abandoned, yet showing the size and even absurdity of the devoted to a political idea architectural style. Just like any excess ever shown on a large size, either a pyramid or a temple, last century buildings in former communist countries, the Balkans been in the very midst of these, still provoke interest in many.
Travel experts are revealing the secret of this year’s destinations choice – as they claim, tourists from Western Europe and over ocean travelers (the group making the main share for the travel business) are attracted by the general air of freedom they get when exploring Bulgaria. Trips with rented cars, city breaks and flexible tours offered by local travel agencies, retro and historical roundtrips give many options for travel in Bulgaria and even if you arrange your trip on your own – there is a lot to see and try off the beaten path.
Nothing in Bulgaria is quite far – even the capital combines busy city life with ski slopes minutes away from the city’s suburbs. The sea coast with long beaches attracted many developers who built first row hotels in the summer resorts, popular destination for decades for the German, Russian, English and Polish tourists. Popular among travelers eager to learn more about the ancient capitals and the Thracians and Macedonians are the cities of Melnik, Veliko Târnovo and Plovdiv, a former Roman city. The religion in the country is Christian Orthodox and the lifestyle is typically European with slight taste of the Orient.
For many, Bulgaria is next on the list, since major travel media featured it and local travel agencies are creative in offering more to those who are booking their next tour on the Balkans.