“Let’s meet the autumn with a song”

“Let’s meet the autumn with a song” – the tradition lives on in restaurant “Pod Lipite”

The Bulgarian folk songs, the Bulgarian folklore and the Bulgarian folk dances are intertwined with the Bulgarian national cuisine and together they act as the symbol of Bulgaria in front of the world. The unique nature, the ever-green Bulgarian mountains, the golden sands of the Black sea coast and the multitude of big and small monasteries have preserved the essence of Bulgaria and have kept the Bulgarian spirit throughout the centuries. Together with the typical Bulgarian meals and dishes, the Bulgarian folklore music has always been a part of the everyday life of Bulgarians.

The Bulgarian folklore tradition comprises of different folklore regions, each having its own typical dishes and its own specific music rhythm and instruments. For the region of Pirin, the typical national dish is the Banska kapama, and the typical regional music instrument is the tambura. What is typical for the culinary tradition of the Rhodopi Mountains is Rhodopski sarmi, Rhodopean patatnik and many more dishes prepared by the women of the house to the sound of bells and bagpipes.

This is why the traditional Bulgarian folk music is an essential element of the “Pod lipite” restaurant charm and ambience. The folklore evenings in “Pod lipite” give our guests the opportunity to enjoy tasty Bulgarian cuisine together with typical folklore music, presenting them with a variety of sounds typical for the different folklore regions.

The Rhodopean bagpipe, the tambura, the kaval flute, the gadulka and many more musical instruments have become intertwined in the tunes of the Bulgarian folk songs and folklore. In the different regions of the country the musical instruments create and enrich the Bulgarian folk music by creating unusual and rhythmic tunes. The rich variety of sounds is characteristic for the specific regional folklore in the same way specific herbs are used for the typical local dishes.

“Let’s meet the autumn with a song” in restaurant “Pod lipite” combines music, dancing and traditional Bulgarian cuisine with the taste and smell of homemade meals to bring back memories and create new ones.

               

 

“Let’s meet the autumn with a song” – the tradition lives on in restaurant “Pod Lipite”

The Bulgarian folk songs, the Bulgarian folklore and the Bulgarian folk dances are intertwined with the Bulgarian national cuisine and together they act as the symbol of Bulgaria in front of the world. The unique nature, the ever-green Bulgarian mountains, the golden sands of the Black sea coast and the multitude of big and small monasteries have preserved the essence of Bulgaria and have kept the Bulgarian spirit throughout the centuries. Together with the typical Bulgarian meals and dishes, the Bulgarian folklore music has always been a part of the everyday life of Bulgarians.

The Bulgarian folklore tradition comprises of different folklore regions, each having its own typical dishes and its own specific music rhythm and instruments. For the region of Pirin, the typical national dish is the Banska kapama, and the typical regional music instrument is the tambura. What is typical for the culinary tradition of the Rhodopi Mountains is Rhodopski sarmi, Rhodopean patatnik and many more dishes prepared by the women of the house to the sound of bells and bagpipes.

This is why the traditional Bulgarian folk music is an essential element of the “Pod lipite” restaurant charm and ambience. The folklore evenings in “Pod lipite” give our guests the opportunity to enjoy tasty Bulgarian cuisine together with typical folklore music, presenting them with a variety of sounds typical for the different folklore regions.

The Rhodopean bagpipe, the tambura, the kaval flute, the gadulka and many more musical instruments have become intertwined in the tunes of the Bulgarian folk songs and folklore. In the different regions of the country the musical instruments create and enrich the Bulgarian folk music by creating unusual and rhythmic tunes. The rich variety of sounds is characteristic for the specific regional folklore in the same way specific herbs are used for the typical local dishes.

“Let’s meet the autumn with a song” in restaurant “Pod lipite” combines music, dancing and traditional Bulgarian cuisine with the taste and smell of homemade meals to bring back memories and create new ones.

               

 

“Let’s meet the autumn with a song” – the tradition lives on in restaurant “Pod Lipite”

The Bulgarian folk songs, the Bulgarian folklore and the Bulgarian folk dances are intertwined with the Bulgarian national cuisine and together they act as the symbol of Bulgaria in front of the world. The unique nature, the ever-green Bulgarian mountains, the golden sands of the Black sea coast and the multitude of big and small monasteries have preserved the essence of Bulgaria and have kept the Bulgarian spirit throughout the centuries. Together with the typical Bulgarian meals and dishes, the Bulgarian folklore music has always been a part of the everyday life of Bulgarians.

The Bulgarian folklore tradition comprises of different folklore regions, each having its own typical dishes and its own specific music rhythm and instruments. For the region of Pirin, the typical national dish is the Banska kapama, and the typical regional music instrument is the tambura. What is typical for the culinary tradition of the Rhodopi Mountains is Rhodopski sarmi, Rhodopean patatnik and many more dishes prepared by the women of the house to the sound of bells and bagpipes.

This is why the traditional Bulgarian folk music is an essential element of the “Pod lipite” restaurant charm and ambience. The folklore evenings in “Pod lipite” give our guests the opportunity to enjoy tasty Bulgarian cuisine together with typical folklore music, presenting them with a variety of sounds typical for the different folklore regions.

The Rhodopean bagpipe, the tambura, the kaval flute, the gadulka and many more musical instruments have become intertwined in the tunes of the Bulgarian folk songs and folklore. In the different regions of the country the musical instruments create and enrich the Bulgarian folk music by creating unusual and rhythmic tunes. The rich variety of sounds is characteristic for the specific regional folklore in the same way specific herbs are used for the typical local dishes.

“Let’s meet the autumn with a song” in restaurant “Pod lipite” combines music, dancing and traditional Bulgarian cuisine with the taste and smell of homemade meals to bring back memories and create new ones.

               

 

“Let’s meet the autumn with a song” – the tradition lives on in restaurant “Pod Lipite”

The Bulgarian folk songs, the Bulgarian folklore and the Bulgarian folk dances are intertwined with the Bulgarian national cuisine and together they act as the symbol of Bulgaria in front of the world. The unique nature, the ever-green Bulgarian mountains, the golden sands of the Black sea coast and the multitude of big and small monasteries have preserved the essence of Bulgaria and have kept the Bulgarian spirit throughout the centuries. Together with the typical Bulgarian meals and dishes, the Bulgarian folklore music has always been a part of the everyday life of Bulgarians.

The Bulgarian folklore tradition comprises of different folklore regions, each having its own typical dishes and its own specific music rhythm and instruments. For the region of Pirin, the typical national dish is the Banska kapama, and the typical regional music instrument is the tambura. What is typical for the culinary tradition of the Rhodopi Mountains is Rhodopski sarmi, Rhodopean patatnik and many more dishes prepared by the women of the house to the sound of bells and bagpipes.

This is why the traditional Bulgarian folk music is an essential element of the “Pod lipite” restaurant charm and ambience. The folklore evenings in “Pod lipite” give our guests the opportunity to enjoy tasty Bulgarian cuisine together with typical folklore music, presenting them with a variety of sounds typical for the different folklore regions.

The Rhodopean bagpipe, the tambura, the kaval flute, the gadulka and many more musical instruments have become intertwined in the tunes of the Bulgarian folk songs and folklore. In the different regions of the country the musical instruments create and enrich the Bulgarian folk music by creating unusual and rhythmic tunes. The rich variety of sounds is characteristic for the specific regional folklore in the same way specific herbs are used for the typical local dishes.

“Let’s meet the autumn with a song” in restaurant “Pod lipite” combines music, dancing and traditional Bulgarian cuisine with the taste and smell of homemade meals to bring back memories and create new ones.

               

 

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