The Red Church is a large partially preserved late Roman (early Byzantine) Christian basilica in south central Bulgaria. Dating to the late 5th–early 6th century, the church stands near the town of Perushtitsa
Cave paintings dating from the Epipaleolithic, late Neolithic, Eneolithic and early Bronze Age decorate some of the cave's walls. The paintings have been estimated to be made between 10.000 and 8.000 years ago. The drawings represent important events of the society that had occupied the Magura cave.
Kaliakra is a long and narrow headland in the Southern Dobruja region of the northern Bulgarian Black Sea Coast. The coast is steep with vertical cliffs reaching 70 metres down to the sea. It sits on the Via Pontica, a major bird migration route from Africa into Eastern and Northern Europe.
The only in Bulgaria and the Balkans Museum of Coal Mining is situated in Pernik. The authorities decided to bring the museum to the oldest coal mining gallery, which dates back to 1891. In 1966 this mining gallery ran out of coal and the mine and its old equipment were left there to remind visitors of the difficult job of the Bulgarian miners and become part of the Bulgarian mining history.
The earliest archaeological findings date from the time of the Thracians, the area of the fortress being also inhabited during the Ancient Roman and Early Byzantine period. The fortress was conquered by the armies of the Third Crusade.
The Dragoman marsh is the biggest natural karst wetland in Bulgaria. The marsh is a protected sanctuary for birds. Over 200 species have been recorded in the area. Some of them have a high conservation status. The area is often visited by nature lovers and environmentalists, who use for free the facilities built there: a watch tower and an eco-route.
Euxinograd is a late 19th-century Bulgarian former royal summer palace and park on the Black Sea coast. The palace is currently a governmental and presidential retreat hosting cabinet meetings in the summer and offering access for tourists to several villas and hotels. The park and palace were closed until the summer of 2016 due to extensive renovations.
The oldest piece of information about Razboishte Monastery dates as far back as the 4th century A.D. The rock caves around were populated by monks-hermits during the Middle Ages. During the 18th century the monastery itself came into existence. A small single-nave church was built outside the walls into the nearby rocks.