Poetry, music, and love – the three go hand in hand in the poetry reading of the Italian Cultural Institute in Sofia.
The American Secretary of State Hillary Clinton detoured to the medieval Boyana church in Sofia during her official visit to Bulgaria on 5 February.
It doesn't take much to prepare a healthy menu, even if you are a child. Five hundred children from Sofia schools came together to see for themselves in the Arena Armeets hall on 24 January, the European Day of Healthy Food and Cooking, and joined chefs in making healthy sandwiches.
With the exhibition of the Italian Cultural Institute in Sofia, you don't need to fly to Italy in order to sample its beauty.
Reflections on Bulgaria, Italy and a life that bridges them – this is what Bulgarian journalist and producer Anna Maria Petrova-Gyuzeleva offers in her poetry anthology Flowers and Briars on Via Egnatia.
What may a famous luxury airline need when operating flights? A superb ground handler, of course, and this is the essence of the multi-year deal between Goldair Handling Bulgaria and Qatar Airways.
Real flamenco, shown by masters of song and dance – this is what the show Cambio de Tercio by Spanish choreographers Ánjel Rojas and Carlos Rodriguez offers.
Belgian artist Marie-Chantal Biela presents her new litographies with a project that contrasts pleasantly to the winter mood – the series of colourful prints Flower Power.
Indian music has been pushed to the side somewhat in the world music scene – but Kiran Ahluwalia gives back its rightful place.
Are you up for a bit of variety? How about award-winning contemporary Turkish cinema? From 29 November to 1 December four movies are screened in Bulgaria for the first time at the Days of Turkish Cinema in Sofia.