Do not miss to visit very popular place among tourists – attraction with unusual shapes of stone figures – Belogradchik fortress. Among the amazing natural phenomenon of the Belogradchik Rocks, near the town of Belogradchik, this fortress has survived from Roman times. Аlso the fortress itself offers a wonderful view of the mountains. Not far from the town of Belogradchik is one of the largest and most beautiful caves in Bulgaria – Magura (Rabishskaya cave). Located in a limestone hill, consists of a large main gallery and three deviations. Cave is still inhabited. In it, of course people no longer live, but some of the halls are used to store wine, as the temperature in the cave is 12 degrees a year.
Pick up: tour can start from any address in Sofia.
Tour Duration: 8 to 10 hours. Depends on the number of stops and time spent at attractions.
Price: from €170 for a group for up to 4 people. Will vary depending on your chosen vehicle type, number of passengers. Price you can check in the table below.
Accepted payment methods: cash.
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About Belogradchik Rocks and Magura Cave:
The town is picturesquely located in the western part of Stara Planina, at the southwestern foot of the Belogradchik mountain range. Well-developed and friendly, Belogradchik is among the attractive tourist sites of Bulgaria. It offers opportunities for excursion, cave and congress tourism, mountaineering, hunting and fishing, sports and astronomical observations.
The Belogradchik fortress – “Kaleto fortress” is one of the best preserved in the country. Using the natural inaccessibility of the rocks, in the 1st – 3rd centuries the Romans maintained a fortress here to guard the strategic roads that crossed the area. The fortness controlled the Roman roads leading from the mountains to the town of Ritsiary (now the village of Archar in the vicinity of Vidin). In the past, the fortress has an important role in the history of the Romans, Byzantines, Bulgarians, Turks. From the highest part of the fortress, known as the First Plate, a unique panorama is revealed. In the south, the view reaches the ridge of the Stara Planina, from Mount Kom to Vrashka chuka, in the west it is attracted by the sharp copper mountains of the Carpathians, and in the lower reaches the picturesque Belogradchik rocks.
The total length of all the labyrinths discovered is approximately 2600 m, but tourists can see only 1750 m. Protected by UNESCO as a natural landmark, the cave resembles an underground cathedral and is one of the most striking tourist attractions in Eastern Europe.
What makes it truly unique are the exceptionally well-preserved ancient drawings, which have no analogue not only in Bulgaria. Similar ones have been found only in France, Italy and the Iberian Peninsula. Figures depict dancing women, hunting men, plants, tools, animals. Also in the cave discovered the earliest in Europe solar calendar, dating back to the Late Neolithic. The first traces of human presence in Magurata date back to 8 thousand years BC. People inhabited it until the Early Bronze Age.
Venets Cave is located near the village of Oreshets, 155 km from Sofia and 14 km from Belogradchik. Its length is 200 m, it is divided into 5 galleries. In the cave you can see formations such as ice crystals, stalactites, stalagmites, dendrites. There are many multi-colored crystals scattered on the floor, formed during the crystallization of water and minerals. The cave also has many formations of semi-precious onyx stones and orgonite crystals. In addition to all this natural beauty of the cave, Venetsa is illuminated with multi-colored rays, which gives it a fabulous look. Walking through the cave takes about half an hour. A path has been laid along the entire route so that you can easily and safely admire the cave.