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  • 1 Vrachanski Balkan National Park Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    BG - 3000 Vraca

    Covering the karstic mountain of Vracanski Balkan, this nature park dominates the town and offers spectacular views over an area of 280km². There are hundreds of caves to be seen, as well as valleys, mountain streams and vast forests. The place is a ..

  • 2 Vracata Gorge Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    Ul Ledenika BG - 3000 Vraca

    Vracata Gorge is a spectacular mass of rocks looking like ruins, through which flows the River Leva. The sheer rock faces of the gorge, over 300m high, are popular with rock-climbers. During the fine season, the site also attracts many visitors who a..

  • 3 Vratsa History Museum Interesting

    Museums and art

    Pl Hristo-Botev BG - 3000 Vraca

    The interest of this History Museum lies in its multidisciplinary approach. It deals with archaeology (weapons, prehistoric pottery, stone stelae on the theme of horsemen dear to the Thracians, medieval gold work), with history (the saga of Botev, th..

  • 4 Vratsa ethnographic ensemble Interesting

    Museums and art

    Ul Targovska BG - 3000 Vraca

    A charming group of houses, built during the period of National Awakening (18C), is set up as an ethnographic museum which presents some interesting items: clogs, belts, costumes, ritual bread, furniture... Unfortunately, there are very few explanati..

  • 5 Ledenika Cave Interesting

    Nature and gardens

    Ul Ledenika BG - 3000 Vraca

    A 200m long path leads to Ledenika Cave, where you will be able to admire beautiful concretions, in particular in the Concert chamber famous for its acoustics.

  • 6 The Okolcica road Interesting

    Nature and gardens

    BG - Pavolce

    The road rises steeply from Pavolce to Celopek. Along the way, you will see carts drawn by donkeys, as well as reapers and herds in the fields. The village has retained a tiny house in the National Awakening style, which once belonged to Grand-ma Ili..

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