Free your affluent alter-ego in Ruse

Free your affluent alterego in Ruse

We travel because we have the money and the capability to do so. While there are variations in the places that a traveler visit, there will come a certain point when he will put his hard-earned cash to feel the luxury at its very finest.

He will checkout the most affluent towns to spend his money into, with all the glory of being able to carry the expenses of an A-list place. He will skim the city for nooks only known to those who lives in the upper echelons of the society, try some old-aged wine which will cost a grand and lay his head to feather pillows that are sewn to utter perfection.


And when he isn’t satisfied just yet, he will visit plenty of museums and he will not mind the extravagant fees, maybe buy a painting to bring home and get the charges going like there’s no tomorrow. If you’re at this stage as a traveler, don’t ever forget to visit Bulgaria’s elegance found in Ruse.


Dubbed as the fifth largest city in Bulgaria, Ruse is specifically situated at the country’s northeastern edge. Ruse is known to be an important city for commerce and trade as this is located on the Danube River’s right bank, Romania’s Giurgiu city is on the opposite pole.


The city of Bucharest is a good 47 miles south of Ruse while the Bulgarian Black Sea Coast is at 124 miles away. The country’s capital Sofia can be found 186 miles exactly from Ruse’s city center.


The regal city of Ruse experiences very hot and humid summers with cold winters, and due to its positioning near the infamous Danube River, winters are said to be very windy. People of Ruse have very frigid winter seasons as temperatures can drop from 0-degree Celsius to a frostbite level of -20-degrees.


On the contrary, summers can be at its maximum that ranges from 25-degrees to a scorching 40-degrees. Hottest months include June until August while December to February is deemed to coldest. According to the Koppen Climate Classification, Ruse is under the continental climate type.


One of the best means of transportation and getting around the city is to skim it by foot. Many travelers opt to walk the length of Ruse so as to experience everything it can offer.

Getting to and from Ruse can also be traveled by the Central Railway Station, which links Ruse to its neighboring cities such as Bucharest, Sofia and Varna.


What to See

Monument of Liberty

You’d commonly see this historic structure on Ruse’s coat of arms as this is one of the most notable symbols of the city.

The Monument of Liberty is built in the early 20th century by Italian sculptor Arnold Zocchi.


Orlova Chuka

Go back to your archaeology class and dig some history upon visiting this site called the Orlova Chuka which is specifically located 5 miles near Dve Mogili.

Be surprised to witness unearthed remains of prehistoric people, be swarmed with thousands of harmless bats and enter historic caves that served as home to the people of the Old Times.


Rock-hewn Churches of Ivanovo

Included in 1979 as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Rock-hewn Churches of Ivanovo is, by the name itself, a series of monasteries, churches and religious rooms built from solid rock.

The well-maintained medieval frescoes and the astoundingly beautiful rock formations have been a cause of awe to tourists who visited this religious site.


Pantheon of National Revival Heroes

Aside from being a national monument, the Pantheon of National Revival Heroes acts as an ossuary for 39 Bulgarians which are famous in their own fields.


See More:

Ruse travel guide – Tips for Ruse, Bulgaria

Rousse Travel Guide- plan your trip – Rousse

Paul Intalan


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