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The Skyline Bar is located in the heart of Thessaloniki, on the top floor of the OTE tower. Guests can admire the city's sights during a gradual rotation of the tower, which lasts for approximately one hour. Enjoy 360° views of one of the oldest and most diverse cities in Europe, as well as some excellent coffee and delicious snacks! Treat yourself to a spectacular sunset with a late afternoon visit, or soak up the atmosphere with live piano melodies after dark.
Meteora is a seismic rock formation in central Greece containing one of the most precarious, inaccessible, and naturally beautiful monastic sites in all of Christianity. Built by hermits over the course of centuries by hauling building materials up ladders and pulleys, the six Eastern Orthodox monasteries constitute some of the most remarkable feats of human endeavor anywhere on Earth, rivalling Stonehenge and the Pyramids of Giza in terms of the effort taken to construct.
The Rila Monastery (full name: Monastery of Saint Ivan of Rila) is the biggest and best-known Eastern Orthodox monastery in Bulgaria. This scenic UNESCO World Heritage site is believed to have been founded between 927-968, during the reign of Tsar Peter I, and is famous for its detailed frescoes, elaborate architecture, and historical significance. Located south of the Bulgarian capital, it's one of the nation's most popular tourist destinations.
The Alexander Nevsky Cathedral is a local landmark in the Bulgarian capital of Sofia. This large cathedral was built in the neo-Byzantine style, and its lavish design elements make it one of the most striking and photogenic buildings in the city.
Located near the Dragalevski residential area of Sofia, the Dragalevski Monastery (also Dragalevtsi) was established by Tsar Ivan Alexander in about 1341, and remained after the Ottoman conquest in 1382. Still functioning as a monastery today, tours of the site are a fascinating insight into the history of the monastery and of Bulgaria itself. The monastery is a designated cultural monument, and home to a library full of precious religious books and gospels.
The National Palace of Culture (NDK) is the largest multi-functional conference and exhibition center in south-eastern Europe. It opened back in 1981 to celebrate Bulgaria's 1300th anniversary. The palace was the suggestion of Lyudmila Zhivkova (daughter of former Bulgarian communist leader Todor Zhivkov) and was completed by a team of Bulgarian and international architects. The landscaping of Bulgaria Square in front of the NDK has been subject to a modern redesign and is a hub of activity every day. Inside the building, which has hosted concerts by the likes of Sting, Anastacia, and Mark Knopfler, there are 80 monumental artworks in the halls and foyers, which you can see by joining a National Palace of Culture guided tour.