In September 2013, some of the world’s top acrobatic paragliders along with a gifted photographer and dedicated cinematographer will meet for the first time in Bulgaria. They will embark on a journey in the mountains, the seaside and will present also the urban side of flying Bulgaria sits at the crossroads of Europe and Asia, right in the belly of the Balkans. Any journey of length showcases the country’s amazing variety of landforms. Bulgaria simply resembles a continent in miniature because of its very varied relief and miraculous working of nature where measure is paramount. Called the sleeping beauty of the Balkans by “New York Times” magazine, Bulgaria has four beautiful and mild seasons and a gorgeous nature. Eye-catching mountain lakes, sunny beaches, gorgeous rose valleys, curative hot springs and deep chilly caves coexist in harmony. Hills and mountains are the predominant topographic features. As you move south of the Danube River you can count more than one hundred valleys before to reach the Valley of Roses. Mountains take almost a quarter of the country’s territory and largely determine its relief.