Yambol is located some 160 miles (257 kilometers) from Sofia, the country's capital.
To see why so may vacationers go for Bulgaria as a vacation spot, make sure you and your loved ones spend a bit more time in the wider area. If you're on the lookout for more things to see and do, try the Sliven Historical Museum and Stariya Briast - The Old Elm in and around Sliven, which you'll find roughly 16 miles (26 kilometers) to the southeast of Yambol.
Bulgaria is a good spot for visitors interested in street art. For a look into the heart and soul of Yambol, be sure to call into the area's many monasteries.
If you are in the area during winter, try out some of the local wintersports such as skiing and snowboarding. Both of these are popular in the Bulgaria. A great way to explore the unique natural environment in Bulgaria is to sign up for a mountain climbing or ice skating tour.
Sampling local food is often about more than just filling your stomach. It is a window into people's lives and places. Kiselo mlyako (yoghurt) and also kashkaval (yellow cheese) are ingredients commonly used as features in local dishes. Why don't you try shkembe chorba (tripe soup) or tarator (cold soup)? Both meals are a favorite choice in this area. To end your Bulgaria dining experience, try mliako s oriz (rice pudding). Zagorka is a common brand of beer in these parts. So head to the nearest drinking establishment, pull up a stool and give it a try! No matter what time of day, relax with a refreshing local mineral water.
When the time comes to leave Bulgaria, you'll be sure to bid this region a sad "Doviždane" Rest assured, however, you'll be heading home with once-in-a-lifetime memories that you'll cherish for a lifetime.