Why should you try it?
The Balloon Flight is one of the most enjoyable and exciting adventures, which attract more and more admirers from all over the world. The fly in the sky adventure will keep your adrenaline level on and will charge you with positive emotions for a long time.
About the project…
The project is named „Balloon adventure – a new joint tourism product“ and the are project partners are ARRBC-Vidin and ARIES-Oltenia. The main purpose of this project is to attract more tourists and visitors in the cross-border Bulgaria -Romania and to promote this exclusive tourism product. This event will take place in different Bulgarian towns such as Vidin, Vratsa, Montana, Pleven, Veliko Tarnovo, Ruse, Silistra and Dobrich.
So you’re planning to visit Bulgaria soon? Great, because you are going to have an amazing time. However, Bulgaria is one of the most undiscovered and unpopular countries to travel. That’s why you need to be prepared and what better way to learn about a destination than from the local experts.
Source: Things You Need to Know Before Visiting Bulgaria
Campsite Kapinovo Monastery is located at the foot of Elena Balkan next to Kapinovo village. Kapinovo is one of the oldest villages in Veliko Tarnovo region. It has many years long story that began from the time of the Second Bulgarian Kingdom. Back in those time, the village was a feudal ownership of Tarnovo’s kings.
The camping is next to Veselina river shore in Kapinovski monastery “Saint Nikolay Wonderworker” and it is about 20 km away south from the old capital-Veliko Tarnovo city. 5 km from the camp base is placed the beautiful Kapinovski waterfall with crystal clear white cliffs. The area is forest, surrounded by high rocky hills.
The 8th edition of Trabant Motor Show will take place on March, 18th in Veliko Tarnovo. The local Trabant Fan Club is expecting more than 80 East German cars from Bulgaria, Romania, Germany and Russia to participate in the expo.
The trabis, as some call them endearingly, will be on display at the parking lot between the Army Club Building and Marno Pole Park from 10 am till 11 am. From 11 till 12 am they will be in front of the Municipality. At 12 they will parade along the streets of Veliko Tarnovo on their way towards the parking in front of Praktiker. There Trabant owners will show off their expert driving skills. There will be prizes for best preserved vehicle and also for best car tuning.
This famous car was produced in the German Democratic Republic between the years 1957-1991 at a factory in Zwickau, during which period more than 3 million vehicles have been constructed.
A stunning new light and sound show called Asenevtsi might have its premiere on 22 March at Tsarevets. The spectacle is about the Second Bulgarian Kingdom when Veliko Tarnovo was the capital of Bulgaria. The story presents our glorious kings – from Peter and Asen to Kaloyan, Ivan Asen II and his great victory at Klokotnitsa in which he defeated the ruler of Thessalonica Theodore Comnenus on March 9, 1230.
Here you can see a preview of the new show:
Veliko Tarnovo now has a new tourist map which is available for free – you can grab your copy from the Tourist Information Centre at 5 Hristo Botev Str as well as from the sites which are advertised on it. The first circulation is of 10,000 pieces. The map itself measures 48×35 cm and is bilingual (Bulgarian and English). The most prominent historical and cultural sites are marked on it as well as information about transport, places to dine and entertain and various types of services provided in the town.
Liriodendron tulipifera L
Veliko Tarnovo and Pavlikeni will join the international Tree of Europe Campaign which will be held on October 19th simultaneously in 19 European countries. Tomorrow at 11 am trees will be planted in selected towns across the 19 participating nations. At 11:00 in Veliko Tarnovo a North American Liriodendron tulipifera L will be planted near the main alley in Sveta Gora Park, the most iconic and beautiful park of Veliko Tarnovo. In the same hour Ginkgo biloba L will be planted in the gardens Of Pavlikeni Hospital
The event is part of the pan-European celebrations of the 25th anniversary of ENA – European Association for nursery goods. Back in June Pavlikeni hosted the summer meeting of the association. This Pan-European happening will also be used by the nursery sector in each country to remind politicians of the importance of Green Cities in providing better living conditions for their citizens.
ENA (European Nurserystock Association) is an organization representing nurserystock producers’ organizations all over Europe considering the need for closer economic, social and cultural cooperation at European level and conscious of their responsibility towards the nursery stock profession and mindful to obtain and further the health and prosperity of the nursery stock industry.