I'm back to travelling abroad! Today, after quite an exhausting journey, I arrived for a couple of days in Sozopol, Bulgaria on the coast of the Black Sea. What I was expecting to see was a quaint, little town, but in fact it's quite a big place! Fortunately, I'm staying in the old part of the city which is lovely: narrow cobble stones, small houses with wooden details and a breathtaking walk along the cliffs with lots and lots of restaurants from where you can enjoy the view on the sea. Once you get out of this area, the city loses its charm and becomes a rather dull and ordinary city with paved streets, cars and a few shops.
The old city, unofficially known as the Saint Tropez of Bulgaria, is definitely worth a few days stay if you limit yourself to the beach and its narrow streets. I haven't had the time to take photos today, but I'll definitely do this in the next few days to show you my side of the story! So for tonight I'll just show you a few general shots of the place:
The beach looks lovely and I can't wait to head there tomorrow morning, although it's quite windy and I might freeze a bit... Too bad my lovely boyfriend isn't here with me, miss you babe!
Photos: tumblr, google