The best Bulgarian travel blogs in March

We’re officially saying goodbye to winter with some of the best articles from the ASTOM blogs. We have the unique opportunity to virtually teleport ourself to near and far destinations, so get yourself comfortable and immerse in the world of travel with the best of the travel blogs in March.

The story of Garmisch-Partenkirchen or how Hitler created the most famous ski resort in Germany

Garmisch and Partenkirchen were originally two separate cities until Adolf Hitler decided to show the growth and power of his new Reich. He lobbied for the 1936 Winter Olympics to be held in Germany and united the two towns for the fourth Winter Olympics – much to the dismay of their residents. Both cities have tried to preserve their unique spirit, so you’ll notice that Garmisch is more elegant and modern, while Partenkirchen has more cobbled streets, wooden buildings and old churches. The different personalities of this famous duo gave us a 2 in 1 experience – a modern feel in abundance of good old fashioned Bavarian hospitality.


Treasures of the Indian Ocean – Dharavandhoo and Hanifaru Bay, Maldives

They say that the world’s greatest treasures are hidden in the ocean. Somewhere amid the depths, within the endless expanse of the sea and a mesmerizing world of biodiversity, lie lost treasures and mysteries that have attracted explorers and adventurers for centuries, those who have dared to delve into the marine world. A world that continues to hold great stories and enigmas, awaiting discovery.

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11 Irresistible Reasons to Visit Tbilisi, Georgia

Georgia may not be on everyone’s radar, but trust me, it’s a hidden gem waiting to be discovered. Tbilisi, its vibrant capital, is bursting with charm and offers a multitude of reasons to pack your bags and explore. From its captivating architecture and rich history to its world-renowned wine and rejuvenating sulfur baths, Tbilisi has something for every traveler. Join me as we uncover the captivating allure of this unique city and delve into the countless reasons why Tbilisi should be your next destination.

Back in Rome: 10 Different and Unpopular Experiences

All roads lead to Rome, and here we are again a year and a half after our last visit. The occasion? A long weekend surprise for Valentine’s Day. I name our adventure ‘Rome for the advanced’, and my guide is for anyone seeking different and unpopular experiences in the Eternal City. Read it here.

Weekend adventures: ski touring to one of the highest huts – „Ivan Vazov“

In winter, the mountain is like a scene from a fairy tale. Everything around you is white, the snow crunches under your feet, and the white fields around bring a sense of purity and peace. The winter hike from the new Rilski Ezera hut to the Ivan Vazov hut offers several hours of adventure with unique natural landscapes. This is one of the most remote and high situated huts in Bulgaria. Whether on foot or on ski, this hike will leave you pleasantly exhausted, and the views you’ll get in return are incomparable. Read more about this winter mountain adventure in this article.

Dupkata Waterfall near the village of Zhelodovo, Eastern Rhodopes

Dupkata (it means “The Hole”) waterfall is about 7-8 meters high and is located near the village of Zheladovo, not far from Jebel. Its waters flow through a hole in a rock visor, which makes it extremely picturesque. The river is quite small and it is not active during some periods of the year, so go there in the very early spring or after a heavy rain. See more here.

Fairytale Forest Park in the city of Rakovsky – the forest is filled with magical tales“

My dear friends, welcome to the „Fairytale Forest“ park in the city of Rakovski! As its name suggests, this wonderful children’s park tells wonderful stories and does magic! Come on, grab your wonderful mood and let’s go to Rakovski without wasting another minute!

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