Kazanlak (Bulgarian: Казанлък, also transliterated as Kazanluk) is a city of about 80,000 people in Northern Thrace, close to the Balkan mountain range and Shipka Pass.
Gabrovo (Bulgarian: Габрово) is a city in the Balkan region of Bulgaria.
Stara Zagora (Стара Загора) is a city in Northern Thrace, Bulgaria.
The town of Hissarya has a population of 9,308 inhabitants and is situated at 364 metres above sea level. The town is located in a small valley along the south-eastern outskirts of the Central Sredna Gora Mountain, in Northern Thrace.
Veliko Turnovo (Велико Търново, also transliterated as Veliko Tarnovo) is a mountain city located in the north of Bulgaria.
Lovech (Bulgarian: Ловеч) is a town in North Bulgaria, centre of the Lovech Province.
Kardzhali, also Kurjali, Kurdjali, Karjali, Kardjali, Kardschali or Kurdzhali (Bulgarian: Кърджали), is a city in The Rhodopes, Bulgaria.
Pamorovo is the site of a ski resort in the Rhodope mountain range in Bulgaria. The nearby mountain Snejanke is 1926 m above sea level.
Smolyan is a town in the Rhodope Mountains of Bulgaria. It occupies the narrow gorge of the Cherna River in the East Rhodope Mountains, and has 34 000 residents.
Devin (Bulgarian: Девин) is a small village in the Rhodope Mountains of Bulgaria.
Rousse (Bulgarian: Русе) is a city on the south bank of the Danube river, in North Bulgaria.
Edirne (pronounced eh-deer-neh) is a city in Eastern Thrace, in northwest Turkey. It lies on the gently rolling Thracian plains (much of the city is fairly flat, though) and just east of confluence of Maritsa, Tundzha, and Arda Rivers, known in Turkish as Meriç, Tunca, and Arda, respectively.
Borovets is a ski resort in the Bulgarian Shopluk situated on the slopes of the Rila mountain range.
Samokov is a town in Bulgarian Shopluk, 70 km south of Bulgaria's capital Sofia.
Sofia (София) is the capital of Bulgaria. It is also the biggest city in the country with about 1.