Lives in Sliven, Bulgaria
Since Jan. 2009
25-34 year old male
Born and raised in Bulgaria, having traveled around the world. Young entrepreneur, wine-lover, enthusiast for action, getting to know places and networking. Very positive, open-minded and welcoming.
Flea & Street Markets
Bars & Clubs
Auto Race Tracks
History Museums, Speciality Museums
Gift & Speciality Shops, Wine Tours & Tastings
Game & Entertainment Centres, Kayaking & Canoeing
Boat Tours, Water Sports, Kayaking & Canoeing, Stand-Up Paddleboarding
At the heart of Birmingham, the intersection of several canals provides a beautiful place for a walk, a boat ride or an evening at the restaurants and bars. Don't forget that Birmingham has more miles of canals than Venice! This place, once a thriving port area, will enchant you day and night.
Almost every city has a local market that makes for an interesting, authentic experience for visitors. The Open Market in Birmingham — a part of regular life here — is no exception! You can browse the abundance of fresh meat, fish, vegetables and fruits, or just people watch to get a sense of the human side of the city and envision its history as an industrious centre of trade. If you like hustle and bustle, this place is for you.
Go back in time at this historic site, learning from very knowledgeable guides about the lives of the ordinary people who helped Birmingham become an extraordinary city. The industrial revolution in Birmingham is intriguingly represented in this carefully restored house, part of the last court of surviving back-to-back houses in Birmingham!
This fascinating museum is all about the history of writing and the Birmingham steel pen trades, telling the story of Birmingham's part in the information revolution.
The Wellington is one of the best off the beaten path pubs with a great variety of ales as well as imported lagers. If you are keen on drinking the British way — or would like to try — this is the place to go.
The Shakespeare Express is a vintage train experience between Birmingham and Stratford-Upon-Avon, 50 miles of main line steam travel!
This track is probably the most famous outdoor go karting track in the UK. Perfect for getting your adrenaline pumping and checking out a new activity! There are four circuits available for different levels of experience.
This park is one of the most varied and treasured in the UK. Located only 10 miles from Birmingham, it offers various activities for all ages. You can enjoy the peace and quiet, observe the wildlife, go for a walk or bike ride, try out orienteering, play golf or tennis, ride a horse or just linger over a cup of tea in a beautiful setting.
Step back in time to learn about the production of some of the world's finest coffin furniture. This specialty museum depicts the factory's heyday back in the 1960s, and if you choose to take the guided tour, you'll have an opportunity to see the original machinery working again!
At Loki, you can try as many as 40 wines via modern wine tasting machines! The director and in-house wine expert create a personalised experience that truly differentiates this great spot. If you enjoy drinking wine and want some guidance in choosing your favourites, this is the place for you!
Challenge yourself in this outdoor activity park outside the city centre of Birmingham. The activities fit every taste and every age: skiing, snowboarding, tobogganing, canoeing, kayaking, archery, climbing, zip line and many more! Should you like to unwind or experience the fun-packed side of Birmingham, head to Ackers Adventure.
This wonderful water sports park, right in the heart of Birmingham on the Edgbaston Reservoir, is for the adventurous traveler! Lessons and academies are offered, should you want to pick up a new skill.
For either lunch or dinner, this restaurant will surprise you with the quality for the price you pay. Enjoy seasonal, inventive dishes, with menus changing depending on the time of the year.