Bulgaria – culture and traditions offer a vibrant picture of this great nation. The culture and tradition of Bulgaria dates back to more than 1300 years.
Bulgaria has diverse culture. Excellent art, music and literature have made Bulgarian culture very proud. Bulgarian culture includes glorious Thracian Treasures like the Borovo silver treasure, the Rogozen treasure, the Vratsa treasure, etc. Bulgaria’s cultural tourism includes sites like Mezek Thracian tomb, Sveshtari tomb, etc.
Baba Marta, National Day, Palm Sunday, Christmas, Easter, Enyovden, etc. are the traditions of Bulgaria. Baba Marta, which is an ancient tradition of Bulgaria, is celebrated on 1st March. On 1st March the people of Bulgaria gift their friends and relatives with martenitsa. On this particular day the Bulgarians have the custom of putting martenitsa on their dresses. Baba Marta represents the ending of stale winter and arrival of spring. 3rd March is the National Day of Bulgaria on which the independence day of Bulgaria is celebrated. Kulkeri is another Bulgarian tradition, which is celebrated to assure the arrival of Spring.