One day Tour of Lovech and Krushunski Waterfalls from Sofia

  Tour highlights: Tour of Lovech – one of the oldest settled places in Bulgaria and highlight from the Bulgarian Revival Period; Krushuski Waterfalls- one of the most attractive landmarks of the country. Description: Lovech is one of the oldest settled places in Bulgaria. During the Medieval times the town was an important military strategic center. During the 12th century Lovech was spread at the right bank of the Osum River…

Rila Monastery with Lunch from Sofia

  Highlights: Rila Monastery Description: The tour includes a visit of Rila Monastery, recognized as part of UNESCO world heritage site. It also explores the cave of St. Ivan Rilski the miracle-worker, who is the most famous Bulgarian hermit and saint. Start the tour with a pick up from your Sofia hotel. Relax on the 2 hour drive to the Rila Monastery. There, you will have a 3-hour tour of the Holy…

One day Tour of Plovdiv and Perushtitsa with Wine Tasting from Sofia

  Description: This tour starts with visit of Plovdiv, considered to be one of the oldest settlements of Europe, with more than 7000 years of history. Plovdiv is situated on the crossroads between the West and the East, amid the fertile plain of Thrace, where history and modernity go hand in hand, whereas since the ancient times until today culture and art thrive within a vivid medley of shapes, styles and…

One day tour to Plovdiv with Lunch from Sofia

  Tour highlights: The ancient city of Plovdiv, Traditional Bulgarian lunch; Description: Plovdiv, the second biggest city of Bulgaria, is considered to be one of the oldest settlements of Europe, with more than 7000 years of history. Plovdiv is situated on the crossroads between the West and the East, amid the fertile plain of Thrace, where history and modernity go hand in hand, whereas since the ancient times until today culture and…

Rila Monastery and Boyana Church with Light Lunch from Sofia

  Tour highlights: Rila Monastery, The cave of St. Ivan Rilski the miracle-worker and the Boyana Church; Description: The Rila monastery – biggest and most important orthodox cloister in the country – is, without any doubt, the jewel of Bulgarian cultural and historical heritage. Recognized as a part of UNESCO world heritage sites since 1976, the monastery is an unique monument of the church architecture. Situated deep in the dense pine forests…

One day tour to Plovdiv and Bachkovo Monastery from Sofia

  Tour highlights: The ancient city of Plovdiv, Bachkovo monastery – second biggest monastery in Bulgaria; Description: Plovdiv, the second biggest city of Bulgaria, is considered to be one of the oldest settlements of Europe, with more than 7000 years of history. Home of the fabulous remains of the Ancient Roman Empire – the Roman Stadium, Roman Forum and the Amphitheatre, Plovdiv is one of the main sites not only in the country,…

Veliko Tarnovo and Arbanasi

Tour highlights: The Bulgarian medieval capital Veliko Tarnovo; Arbanasi revival town Description: Veliko Tarnovo, the picturesque capital of the medieval Bulgarian empire, is situated on the northern slopes of the Balkan mountain range in the central part of the country, at 220 kilometers from Sofia. The city had its golden age between XII and XV century, when it was the center of orthodox Christianity and the powerful Bulgarian empire. The old city is…

One day tour of Vitosha mountain

Tour highlights: Hike through the beautiful Vitosha Mountain; visit to the Boyana lake and Boyana waterfall and see the Panorama of Sofia; Description: The imposing Vitosha Mountain stands next to the capital city of Sofia. Its numerous alleys and paths have turned it in to the favorite park for walks and picnic for the locals. Green pine and oak forests, moraine rivers and stunning views is what’s in store for the tourists. The…

Plovdiv, Thracia Valley Wine Tasting

Tour highlights: Tour of a superb wine cellar and some wine tasting; visit of the ancient city of Plovdiv  Description: The Thracia Valley in southern Bulgaria is very famous with its vineyards and fantastic wines. Surrounded by mountains, this vast plane provides the best conditions for the world famous Bulgarian sorts of wine. The chance to taste some of them we will enjoy in one of the best boutique cellars in Bulgaria.…

Koprivshtitsa and Starosel

Tour highlights: Visit to the old town of Koprivshtitsa – an architecture open – air museum; the Thracian temple of Starosel  Description: Koprivshtitsa is a small settlement, with typical Bulgarian architecture from 19th century, situated in a picturesque valley among the mountains in the central part of Bulgaria. It is a town with special spirit, now turned into a museum, where you can feel the unique atmosphere of the Revival Period in…

Melnik and Rozhen Monastery

BONUS – Wine tasting Tour highlights: the medieval Rozhen monastery, situated in the Pirin Mountains; tour of the picturesque town of Melnik; Tasting session of the local types of wine – Bulgaria’s most famous export Description: The smallest Bulgarian town Melnik offers an amazing scenery. The town is at the foot of a unique nature phenomena – the Melnik sand pyramids. In the year 1215 Melnik emerged as a capital of an independent feudal…

One day tour to Belogradchik Rocks and Belogradchik Fortress from Sofia

Tour highlights: Tour of the extraordinary Belogradchik Rock formations – recognized as one of the most beautiful landscapes in Europe; Belogradchik medieval fortress Description: The Belogradchik massif is a group of strange shaped sandstone and conglomerate rock formations, located on the slopes of the western Balkan Mountains. The rocks vary in color from primarily red to yellow; some of the rocks reach up to 200 m. in height. Many of the rocks…

Sofia evening tour and folklore dinner

  Tour highlights: This excursion starts with panoramic tour around the main sights of Sofia. You will pass by Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, which is the biggest cathedral in Bulgaria and the second on the Balkans. After that you will continue the tour with a visit of The Square “Narodno Sabranie”. In the center of the square is situated the  magnificent statue of “Tsar Osvoboditel”- King Liberator. The tour continues with panoramic drive…

Sofia full day tour

  Tour highlights: The tour starts with a visit to Boyana church (UNESCO listed site), the National Historical Museum – here you will see many collections of artifacts of Balkan history. Then you will go to Pancharevo Lake for lunch and rest with touch of the nature. We will proceed to the city center, across the National Palace of Culture and through the ancient St. George Rotunda, the Administration of the…

Breakfast with Sofia tour

  Tour highlights: Start your day as a real Bulgarian. Eat banitsa with ayryan for breakfast, taste delicious fresh fruits and finish the tour with the best baklava and boza in Sofia. See the main sites of Sofia – Alexander Nevski Cathedral, Hagia Sofia Church, Sofia University, the Parliament, King Liberator statue, Slaveikov square. We will meet our guide at 09:00 in front of one of the symbols of Sofia – Alexander…

Afternoon delights with Sofia

  Tour highlights: Spend an afternoon like locals do. Walk around the city center and taste Bulgarian sweets, Bulgarian wine and meze. See the main sites of Sofia – Kings’ Palace, National Theater, the ‘Small Jerusalem square”. Visit the popular Central Hali Market. We continue the tour through the Rotunda St. George, St. Nedelya church, Banya BashiOur local guide will show us the beautiful buildings of the Natoinal Theater,  King’s palace, Presidency and will lead…

The Urban Art tour of Sofia

  Tour Highlights: Explore the “concrete ghetto”; hear the stories from an insider; feel the unique atmosphere. Description: The urban art tour of Sofia is dedicated to an art, which is inspired by the city and its creatures. In this tour you will have the unique opportunity to follow the most significant and most authentic project of urban art in Bulgaria – URBAN CREATURES. This tour is for people who…

Hisarya and Starosel with Wine Tasting

  Tour highlights: Tour of Hisarya,  visit the temple in Starosel,  taste typical Bulgarian wine; Description: Starosel is mainly known for its abundance of ancient Neolithic and Thracian remains, some dating from 5th-6th millennium BC. In antiquity, it was an important and wealthy Thracian city in the 5th century BC, as evidenced by the excavations, made in the 20th century. The largest underground temple in the Balkans, along with a mausoleum,…