A prestigious Bulgarian television chef visits the Comunitat to shoot a documentary about our gastronomy – gastronomic Valencia

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– For five days he has visited several places of the Valencian Community to know products and gastronomic elaborations that he will present before the Bulgarian public
– The regional secretary of Tourism, Francesc Colomer, has valued this type of action "to put in value a great tourist attraction that makes us unique in the world"

The Comunitat Valenciana received this week the prestigious Bulgarian television chef, Peter Bachvarov, who has toured the three provinces to get to know the product and the most traditional Valencian elaborations.

Thus, in a 'presstrip' organized by Turisme Comunitat Valenciana, in which Turisme Valencia, the Tourism Board of Castellón, Alicante and Costa Blanca have collaborated, this ambassador of the Bulgarian cuisine has shot different contents for the cooking program 'Uti's Delicious Spain 'that is broadcast in your country.

The regional secretary of Tourism, Francesc Colomer, has valued this type of actions "to put in value a great tourist attraction that makes us unique in the world". Thus, it has influenced that "our gastronomy lives a moment of splendor that offers us the opportunity to conquer the visitor with very unique experiences, that is why we have reinforced this strategy through our new brand L'Exquisit Mediterrani".
In fact, this type of press trips combine the native product and the culinary techniques with the territory, so that experts, journalists or tour operators can discover that the Valencia Region has a wide diversity of attractions that go from the coast to the interior, passing for heritage, culture, sports or oenology.

In this way, the chef Peter Bachvarov has visited the city of Valencia, where besides being able to buy products in the Central Market has been able to cook in the barrack of Toni Montoliu, who has revealed the secrets of a good paella. In the same way, he visited the Marina de Valencia and the Veles e Vents building, as well as the restaurant La Sucursal.

Later, he moved to Peñíscola, where he was able to cook with Chef Raúl Resino, from Benicarló, and with Ángela Milán de Morella, as well as getting to know the Castle, the scene of the award-winning Game of Thrones series. Bachravov has also enjoyed the charms of the city of Alicante and its cuisine, as well as the landscape of the island of Tabarca.

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