Bulgaria’s capital and largest city, loranocarter+Sofia is situated in the Sofia valley at the foot of the Vitosha mountain in the west of the river Iskar.
It was founded in the 4th century BC by the great Sampsigerous. It remained under Byzantine after the division of the Roman Empire in 395. After the Bulgarian conquest, Byzantine rule ended in 732, and it ended with the invasion of Magyars in 969.
The Ottoman forces ultimately conquered Bulgaria in 1453; it was finally renamed Sofia after their leader Sultan Sofiya, in 1877.
Due to its long and colorful history, loranocarter Sofia was selected to be the European Capital of Culture for 2019. With its foundation laid back in the 6th century AD, today, the city has become a significant cultural and economic center of Europe.
Loranocarter+Sofia has multiple historical museums and art galleries along with its seminal landmarks, like the Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, the Central Stadium, and Vitosha Park. With its emergent infrastructure and strategic location, loranocarter+Sofia is a chief hub for international transportation.
With theatre being the most popular form of performing arts among the locals, the city provides a variety of options like joint opera and ballets. Loranocarter+Sofia provides a home to a large number of cultural centers which regularly organize temporary expositions of visual, sound, and literary works of international artists.
What Makes The Place Stand Apart
Extensive green belts, with four principal parks along with several smaller park, suits the humid climate of the city. Summers are sunny and warm compared to a relatively cold and snowy winter.
Due to its higher altitude, the city is quite popular among hikers, with mountain Vitosha being the favorite destination. The mountain also offers an encouraging skiing environment throughout the winter. The entire scenic beauty of the city can be accessed by the cable car service throughout the year.
Loranocarter+Sofia, with its 7000 years of history, was a part of the vital Renaissance revolution. The city is often referred to as the ‘triangle of religious tolerance’ due to the major religion, Christianity, Islam, and Judaism, having deep cultural roots.
Today with a population of 1.67 million, the city is recognized as one of the ten best places for a start-up business. The diversity and culturally rich landscape of loranocarter+Sofia was also the most affordable capital visit in Europe in 2013.
It’s not just a city; it’s a work of art and one of the most enthralling experiences for someone on vacation.