Staying at property in Bulgaria 'can be culturally interesting'
People staying in property in Bulgaria
can take advantage of the many cultural offerings in country, according to a sector specialist.
Luke Fredberg, a spokesperson from TripAdvisor, says Brits staying in property in Bulgaria are often keen on enjoying the sun and good food and drink.
However, there are many activities that people can take part in, and "getting to know" interesting local cultures may further highlight the number of recreation options available, he explains.
Mr Fredberg says those staying in property in Bulgaria may enjoy "looking at cultural pursuits like visiting museums and taking in the local buildings and architecture" as well as the usual leisure activities, such as relaxing on the beach or by the pool.
According to a recent report by TripAdvisor, British people staying in accommodation overseas sunbathe more than those from any other nation at an average of two hours and 53 minutes per day, which may boost the popularity of purchasing a property in Bulgaria
's Sunny Beach