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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.

A bit heavy program with a lot of driving, but with plenty of impressions to remain afterwards. Explore with your guide Rila Monastery – the most frequented Bulgarian UNESCO site and one of the largest monastic complexes on the Balkans. Located among the giant mountain peaks of Rila Mountains the monastery with its museum and Renaissance frescoes is a definite must see. Further south is Melnik, nominated as the smallest Buglarian town and the capital of a famous wine region. There we will take a gentle walking tour along narrow alleys amidst 18-19th century houses and strangely shaped formations made of sand and clay. Visit to the 18th century Koprdopulov's house and its tunnel-like wine-cellar is included. There you will taste a glass of its locally prepared red wine, just before heading back for Sofia.

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Explore the must-see sights in Bulgaria and discover the history and culture of the country on this private 2-day tour starting from Sofia. Visit the magnificent Rila Monastery, explore the city of Plovdiv, and discover the archaeological site of Perperikon.

This 2-day introduction of Bulgaria is ideal for culture – hungry travellers with limited time. On this private tour you will visit the Rila Monastery, the most famous tourist sight in Bulgaria and a UNESCO World Heritage Site where you can admire the perfect fusion of creative ambition and spiritual devotion and a culmination of Bulgarian Renaissance art and cult architecture. You will then explore the city of Plovdiv, one of the oldest cities in Europe and an important epicenter of Bulgarian art and culture. You will also explore the spectacular ancient city of Perperikon, a recent archaeological sensation that will challenge your imagination and reveal interesting facts about different ancient civilizations.

Day 1: Sofia- Rila Monastery – Plovdiv

You will be picked up from your hotel in Sofia early in the morning and transferred to the Rila Monastery, a fabulous sight of colors, forms, and symmetry a couple of hour’s drive away. Here you will visit the monastery museum and admire the famous wood- carved Rafael’s Cross before entering the notable Nativity Church, where you will find the grave of the last Bulgarian monarch, the miraculous icon of the Virgin Mery Ossenovitsa, and the largest guided iconostasis on the Balkans. Taste the local delicacies and head towards Plovdiv, the second largest city in Bulgaria 3 hours’ drive away. Explore the Old Town of Plovdiv as you walk along the cobbled strees to the Roman Theater and Stadium. Enter the Ethnographical museum, the most representative of the abundant colorful 19th century houses. Finish the day with a glass of hangover – free red Mavrud wine and stay overnight in a 3-star hotel in the city center.

Day 2: Plovdiv – Perperikon – Sofia

You will first visit the Bachkovo Monastery in the morning, a monastic temple with an intriguing history and fabulous frescoes. You will then continue on the road towards Perperikon, through sleepy villages where an interesting mix of Bulgarians and ethnic Turks congregate. Explore Perperikon, an archaeological complex where Thracians, Romans, Bulgarians, and Turks have left their heritage. In the afternoon you will pass through the agriculturally developed Thracian Plain on your 3- hour drive to Sofia. The tour ends with a drop-off at your hotel in Sofia.

Meeting/ Pick up point: The customer's hotel.
Duration: 2 day private tour.
Start or opening time: The tour is available daily at early morning 07.30 am.
Languages: English.
Includes:
- English-speaking guide throughout the tour.
- All transportation costs.
- Accommodation in a 3- star hotel in Plovdiv with breakfast.
- Entrance fees to the Rila Monastery Museum, the Ethnographic Museum in Plovdiv, the Bachkovo Monastery dining room and Perperikon.

Join us on Europe’s biggest party boat, fresh from Aruba. Spread over three floors whether you want a full on party or just to chill this boat has it all including its own waterslide! Food , drinks, animation and DJ are included.

Menu: Salad of fresh vegetables: lettuce, tomatoes, cucumbers, cabbage with French dressing.
Burger or Vegetable burger for vegetarians.
Unlimited drinks during the trip: beer, sangria, soft post mix drinks and mineral water from cooling dispenser.

Alexander Nevski Cathedral,

Want to start your day as real Bulgarian? Look no further! Here’s your opportunity to eat breakfast with the fine city of Sofia and its welcoming citizens on a unique, local food tour of Sofia. Start your Sofia tour at one of Sofia’s icons – Alexander Nevski Cathedral. After a brief introduction, we’ll head over to a typical Bulgarian snack bar. Along the way, we’ll visit local symbols, including Hagia Sofia Church, a 6th century church and site full of energy and mystery. We’ll also catch Sofia University, Parliament, and the statue of King Libertador, all of which are the main icons of Bulgarian history in Sofia.

By this point, we know you’ll want breakfast – perfect, we do too! We’ll taste plenty of Sofia food - Bulgarian banitsa, combined with ayryan, as Bulgarians normally do in the morning. Banitsa is delicious small pastry prepared from dough and cheese and sometimes meat or nettle, and is unique to Bulgaria and the Balkans. The ayryan is prepared from yogurt and gives the final touch to the breakfast.

Satisfied with our local breakfast, we’ll continue on this Sofia walking tour along the narrow streets, which are part of Old Sofia and exude centuries of rich history. The streets leads us to Graf Ignatiev Street, home to a famous market where you may buy fresh fruits and vegetables, or taste baked nuts or delicious snacks, as local do. It is a market on the street with many stalls, which all compete for shoppers’ attention, so you’ll experience a real lively atmosphere! From there on this Sofia food tour, we’ll make our way to a famous pastry shop that prepares the best traditional Bulgarian desserts. Along the way, we’ll encounter the biggest open-air book store in Bulgaria, and a favourite meeting point for many locals.

In the pastry shop we will taste a sweet and delicious dessert - baklava. We may also have the chance to try tolumbichka, cream-cake, or other sweets. As is customary, we’ll combine the sweets with another unique beverage for the region - boza. Bottoms up!

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The Bulgarian coast offers you a peaceful and relaxing day on a secluded bay. A sail along the North Sea cost, swimming and sunbathing in the hug of one romantic place! You will get away from the lively resort and be impressed of the virgin nature. There will be an abundant picnic under the refreshing shelter of our hosts. Spend few hours in swimming, playing beach volleyball and other games or just relax on the beach.Buffet beach lunch and drinks included.

Make sure you don’t blow the budget here, because the next part of this trip will take you to Bourgas and the Galleria Mall. This newly-opened shopping centre is a force to be reckoned with. It’s 3 stories tall and boats 35,000 square metres of retail space. Its store list is a who’s who of high street brands, including H&M, Zara and Bershka. When you’ve shopped to the point of dropping, we’ll take you into the heart of Bourgas so you can recuperate. Relax with a wander around the city’s Sea Garden park. The manicured lawns and flowerbeds make a change of scenery from the store fronts and clothing rails of the shopping centre. Alternatively, take the weight off your feet in one of the cafés or restaurants that line the sandy beach near the harbour.

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