Athens is a place that simultaneously feels very old and very new. It is a place of ancient monuments and of drab, unremarkable post-1940s streets with white houses and greying apartment buildings, with bustling street traffic and elderly people slowly…
The lady at the ticket booth of the Iaşi Philharmonic Orchestra is surprised. She is not used to seeing tourists entering the building and asking for tickets for a classical concert. We, too, are surprised. We are not used to…
The men's voices appeared suddenly from the darkness that had fallen over Mestia, the most accessible town of the Upper Svaneti region, in northwestern Georgia (the country, not the US state). Their song was strange, three different voices weaved into…
For the Bulgarians, going on a summer holiday in Greece has for long stopped being exotic. Everyone does it: the lovers of luxurious experiences, the adventure enthusiasts, the families preferring a quiet vacation, the camping aficionados, the water sports fans.…
"I cannot understand how these people continue with their lives surrounded by all these memories," says a British lady we meet at the Markale central market in Sarajevo.
Winter is best time to fly to city on two continents
On their first visit to New York City a lot of people complain of a culture shock. The Big Apple is just tearing itself up along the edges, they surmise, and you will need a couple of lifetimes to explore…
Haphazard tastes of the Farthest Land of the Setting Sun
North African country makes for authentic travel destination
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Vagabond Interviews

ERIC LEBEDEL

ERIC LEBEDEL

French ambassador on Bulgaria's quaint villages, storks and why he is not eager to talk with Ataka

Society

EUROPE DAY VS. DAY OF VICTORY

EUROPE DAY VS. DAY OF VICTORY

If you think that 14 February is the high point of the Bulgarians' ability to squeeze culturally different feasts into a single day, think again.

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