Car rental Bulgaria
The Danube Bolgaren is also called Protobulgaren. A Turkic tribe from Central Asia and the local Slavic population formed the first Bulgarian Realm in the seventh century led by kahn Asparoech. In the fourteenth century the country was conquered by the Ottoman Empire.
Car hire in Sofia, the capital of Bulgaria
Bulgaria is a modern country in Southeastern Europe, situated in the east of the Balkans and south of the River Danube. Sofia is the capital and largest city in the country. Other important cities are Varna and Burgas, Plovdiv and Ruse. Travelling by car rental in Bulgaria is an excellent way to discover these cities. Holidaycars.com offers great deals for car hire in Bulgaria. Book your rental car in Bulgaria in advance for cheaper rates and abundant availability.
The medieval church of Sofia: Church of Boyana
The Church of Boyana is a medieval church in the capital Sofia. It is one of the most famous medieval buildings of Bulgaria and consists of three parts. The church owes its fame to the frescoes from 1259. On the interior walls and ceilings of the two oldest parts are 89 painted scenes.
The Rock Churches of Ivanovo are a group of orthodox rock-hewn churches, chapels and monasteries built by monks. At its peak there were 40 churches and 300 outbuildings, many of which have been lost. A rental car in Bulgaria can help you quickly reach the rock churches.
The historical view of Nesebar
Nesebar was founded by Dorian Greeks in the 6th century BC. The ancient Greeks called the city Mesambria. After the conquest by the Romans in 72 AD, the town lost its importance. Under the Byzantines between the 4th century and 7th century the city experienced a new heyday. Car rental in Bulgaria can help you get there quickly and comfortably.
You can rent a car in Bulgaria and explore the varied surroundings. The hospitable local people will show you the way to Madara plateau. The Madara Rider is a great rock relief depicted on the Madara Plateau in northeastern Bulgaria. The image represents a horseman 23 meters above the ground in an almost vertical 100 m high cliff.
If you want to visit the Pirin Mountains, it is far preferable to travel by car rental in Bulgaria. The Pirin National Park covers an area of 42 sq km at an altitude of 1008 to 2914 m in the Pirin Mountains in the southwest. The national park has a typical limestone landscape with cool lakes, refreshing waterfalls, mysterious caves and pine forests.