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Visita dos de las localidades con más historia de Bulgaria en esta excursión de día completo a la antigua capital medieval de Veliko Tarnovo y al cercano pueblo de Arbanasi. Tras salir por la mañana temprano, conduciremos por los pies de las colinas de la cordillera de los Balcanes en dirección a Veliko Tarnovo, la capital histórica del Segundo Imperio Búlgaro. ?br??br? Esta antigua ciudad, situada en tres colinas, contiene muchas maravillas arquitectónicas como iglesias antiguas, palacios, bastiones medievales y estrechas y animadas calles adoquinadas, plazas tranquilas y grandiosos edificios que datan del Renacimiento Nacional búlgaro. También visitaremos las ruinas del complejo del palacio real y la fortaleza medieval en la colina Tsarevets y Samovodskata Charshia, donde podrás ver cómo trabajan los artesanos. ?br??br? A su vez habrá tiempo para que puedas almorzar por tu cuenta. Después de comer, conduciremos hasta el pueblo vecino de Arbanasi, famoso por su arquitectura de los siglos XVII y XVIII así como por la iglesia de la Natividad de Cristo, que alberga unos frescos bien conservados. Además, visitaremos el monasterio de la Dormición de la Madre de Dios, que alberga el icono de la Virgen María y del que se dice que es milagroso, así como la casa Konstantsaliyata, una residencia de un mercader que data del siglo XVII convertida en la actualidad en un museo etnográfico. ?br??br? Después regresaremos al resort, al que llegaremos bien entrada la noche. Esta excursión de día completo incluye todos los traslados, las entradas, la visita, así como los servicios de un guía de habla inglesa. Comida y bebida no incluidas.

Visit two Unesco World Heritage Sites in one day with this loop shuttle from Sofia to Rila Monastery and Boyana Church. These holy sites hold a special place in the hearts of most Bulgarians and are symbols of national identity. You will also have the chance to taste some delicious local treats such as ¨mekitsi¨ and buffalo yoghurt.

Rila Monastery is famed for its arcaded balconies, delicate frescoes – the work of one of the most famous Bulgarian revival painters – the gilded iconostasis, the fabulous mountain views… the unique combination of them all makes for an extraordinary and memorable visit to the monastery. You have at least two hours of free time at Rila to explore the complex, enter the main church and take photos of the narthex gallery, admire the exhibits in the museum, try the tasty ¨mekitsi¨ (Bulgarian doughnuts) with delicious buffalo yoghurt (a local speciality) or even have a short walk in the area.

The Boyana Church’s frescoes are considered predecessors of the European Renaissance. The majority of more than 240 figures depicted are full of not just reverence for God but also of the individuality and vitality of mankind. You have half an hour of free time to explore the church at your own pace.

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Vitosha looming is the first thing visitors to Sofia notice on their way from the airport. Few cities and even fewer capitals possess such a natural feature. Vitosha is the Balkans’ oldest Nature Park and Bulgaria’s most visited mountain. Each year, thousands of tourists enjoy the beauty of its scenery and its plant and animal life.

Our hiking trek takes you along the entire crest of the Vitosha. Starting from appr. 1750m/5830ft. above sea level we first climb Cherni Vrah Peak (2290m/7625ft.) following a gently ascending trail and then traverse the Torfeno Branishte (“The Peat”) Nature Reserve to reach the famous stone rivers of the Zlatni Mostove (“Golden Bridges”) natural feature. The wet meadows on either side of the path are home to a number of rare and endemic plant species, including a few species of orchids. You might also be lucky to encounter some of the recently introduced Balkan Chamois (wild goats). Hiking takes place above the tree line in the alpine and sub-alpine part of the mountains, and eventually you descend through century-old coniferous woods to you final destination – a magic river of huge boulders covered with yellow lichens.

Food: there are a few huts on our way where we can purchase some basic food (i.e. beans soup, meatballs, French fries, tea, pancakes), but if you come prepared with a sandwich or two we can stop at any place to enjoy our food. This walking route is moderately arduous, without steep paths. Please bring along comfortable hiking boots. Sandals and flip-flops are not accepted. Rain jacket might be useful in summer as heavy showers sometimes occur in the afternoons.

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This exciting day begins with a visit of a bee farm in the village of Koshariza. Taste some honey, honey brandy and honey wine. Hidden in the mountains, the village of Erkech will reveal to you the way of living away from the noise of the big cities. Enjoy a donkey cart trip to your first stop in the village - the house with the Wool-Carding Machine, where your hosts will demonstrate the rattling mechanism of this charming, age-old tool. After that the trip will lead you to restaurant “Kladeneca”. In its yard you will see the ethnographic exhibition and get acquainted with an original authentic water mill and an anvil. Visiting a distiller you will have the opportunity to taste the most popular alcoholic drink of Bulgaria - the brandy. Cooking contest for “best banitsa” will be organized. Have a tasty lunch before heading back to your hotel!

Your first stop is the Madara Horseman, carved into a 100m-high cliff and representing the figure of a knight triumphing over a lion. Only 3 kilometers from this world-famous monument, nestled under the Madara cliffs, the village of Kyulevcha welcomes you in a country house built in accordance with the old traditions. Charming local ladies will sing, dance and perform genuine Bulgarian folklore rites, which you are invited to take part in.

Try your hand in preparing the traditional banitsa, then enjoy the tasty lunch and spent few unforgettable hours in this picturesque place. During a visit to the stable “Kabiuk” you will see pedigree horses and enjoy a round trip by horse wagons to explore the nearby pastures. Your children will be fascinated of the charming ponies.

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Tour the most famous bars and discos in the resort. Join the party and enjoy animation and drink in every visited vanue. Get your free entrance for the after party club and dance the nigfht away!Services included: Drinks, animation, T-shirt, after party ticket. Notes: Adults only.

An exciting full day trip revealing to you the charm and beauty of the most preserved Revival town in Bulgaria- Koprivshtitsa, the secrets and splendor of Bulgarian rose oil production and the ancient Thracian tomb of Kazanlak.

An early start from Sofia will takes us on the picturesque mountain road winding between Balkan and Sredna Gora Mountains. We will arrive in Koprivshtitsa in about 2 hours and we will take a guided walking tour to the most representative and colourful house- museums dating back to the 19th century houses. The Revival town is nested in the rolling hills of Sredna Gora Mountains and has been a center of Bulgarian Revolutionary movement, literacy, culture and crafts during the Ottoman rule. Then we continue east to the Ethnographic Complex Damascena, located in the heart of the Vallye of Roses, where you will learn why Bulgaria is famous for rose oil production. If you want to see the blooming roses - from 15th May till 15th June is possible. The next stop is the town of Kazanlak and a visit of the famous Thracian tomb dating back form IVc, a Unesco World Heritage site. We will use a different route for the return passing through the fertile Thracian valley with spectacular views to Rodopi and Rila mountains.

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