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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.

Grand Hotel Sofia.

Spend an afternoon like locals do. Explore Sofia’s fascinating and historical city centre, taste Bulgarian sweets, and indulge in some Bulgarian wine and meze – you know, all in a typical day for locals in Sofia! Sofia is full of impressive sights, and your Sofia tour will start with your local guide showing you some of the most beautiful ones, including the National Theatre, King’s Palace, and the Presidency, before leading you to a favourite local café.

We’re pretty sure it’s time for a break, so we’ll stop here at the café to sample some Sofia food; the world famous shopska salad, prepared with fresh cucumbers, tomatoes, cheese, and spices. We’ll also taste a cup of traditional Bulgarian ayryan, a drink prepared from yogurt. Our historical tour of Sofia will continue with some beautiful stops, including the Rotunda St. George, St. Nedelya Church, Banya Bashi Mosque, and the Synagogue, all situated near ‘Small Jerusalem Square’, so named because within five minutes’ walk of the square where you can find very important monuments to three different religions.

From there, it’ll be time for a visit to Central Hali Market, a building with more than a hundred years of history and architecture, and where we’ll taste typical sweets like baklava, and tolumbichki. On this Sofia food tour, you’ll also have the opportunity to buy fresh fruits or vegetables, and we may even have the chance to sample nuts or sausages. Continuing with the truly local Sofia experience, we’ll catch a ride on the newest underground in Europe to get us to our final stop – a traditional, typical Bulgarian restaurant. Situated in four houses, with a common garden, the restaurant’s architecture and furniture hail from the 19th century, and from four different parts of Bulgaria.

It’s fitting that this restaurant is where we’ll indulge in some fantastic Bulgarian wine along with meze, a local meat platter, filled with lukanka, babek, fillet Elena, and pastarma. Our Sofia tour ends here, but this restaurant is the perfect place to continue your Bulgarian food fest, with all sorts of fantastic Bulgarian dishes available for you to enjoy.

desde 35 €

Take a drive to the South to the old town of Nessebar, situated on a small picturesque peninsula and one of the few UNESCO World Heritage sights in Bulgaria. A narrow road connects the tiny peninsula (300m wide, 800m long) with the mainland. We’ll show you the numerous churches from 13th c. B.C., the old style houses and the souvenir shops. The cobbled streets, the historical monuments and the old churches will turn back time to the days of the ancient Greeks, Romans and Byzantines. Our guide will give you a full history and allow time for you to explore. Enjoy this romantic day.

Nesebar, conocida como la perla del mar Negro y la Dubrovnik búlgara, es una ciudad antigua y bien conservada de calles empedradas, casas tradicionales, iglesias pintadas, tiendas y cafeterías al aire libre. Está llena de vida y es una parada obligada para los turistas que visitan la costa del mar Negro.

Este recorrido turístico guiado de jornada completa es la mejor manera que tienen los visitantes de conocer esta ciudad declarada Patrimonio de la Humanidad por la Unesco. Nesebar es una ciudad con más de 3.000 años de historia que se encuentra situada sobre una pequeña península comunicada con el continente por un istmo.

Los rasgos más característicos del casco antiguo de la ciudad son sus pintorescas calles empedradas, sus iglesias medievales en un excelente estado de conservación (se dice que hay más de 40) y las casas de madera que datan del siglo XIX. Las numerosas tiendas de artesanía y recuerdos y los acogedores restaurantes y cafeterías al aire libre contribuyen a darle un ambiente aún más colorido. La excursión incluye un paseo guiado y las visitas al exterior de algunas de las iglesias más famosas, como la del Cristo Pantocrátor y la Antigua Iglesia Metropolitana. También está disponible una visita opcional al interior de la iglesia de San Esteban, que hoy es un museo con una impresionante colección de murales y un iconostasio que data de la Edad Media.

Dispondrás de más tiempo para explorar por tu cuenta y de suficiente tiempo libre para hacer compras antes de emprender el camino de vuelta al finalizar la tarde. Esta excursión de una jornada incluye los traslados en un autocar con aire condicionado y un recorrido guiado por la ciudad con un guía de habla inglesa. Por favor recuerda que no se incluyen las comidas ni los refrescos.

Explore one of the biggest shopping centers in Varna and spend a few unforgettable hours enjoying the attractions. After that a panorama tour will take you to the center of the city, a visit of the Cathedral is included, then guided walking tour through the center will give you the history. Spend some time in the pedestrian zone or head for a walk in the beautiful Sea Garden.

Discover the real and authentic soul of Sofia, a bustling city with east-meets-west contrasts. It is one of the oldest settlements in Europe with impressive history and modern look. The tour starts with pickup from your hotel and short transfer will take you the National History Museum, one of the biggest on the Balkans. A guided tour in it will introduce you to the most important and heroic moments in the Bulgarian history.

The tour proceeds with explorations of the nearby Boyana Church (UNESCO) frescoes. Transfer to the city center from where we will continue our cultural discovery on foot. The Presidency, Alexander Nevski Cathedral, the old Kings' Palace, the Russian Church, the remains of the Ancient Fortress, St. Sofia and St. George Church (IV century) are all on our itinerary.

Half way along the our walking tour we will stop for a tea break. Not an ordinary one! We will taste authentic Kazanlak tea from roses and a tasty home-made cake with jam prepared from rose-oil yielding roses.

desde 25 €

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.

desde 60 €

On this trip, you’ll jump on board the biggest party boat in Bulgaria, which comes complete with 3 floors and a slide. The first couple of decks are huge – think 3 bars flowing with beer and sangria, a pumping DJ stand and a packed dance floor. Summer anthems are guaranteed, too. You don’t have to be on your feet all avvo, either. What with the top sunbathing deck, there’s a load of sofas and sunbeds to chill on. But to be honest, it’s the curly water slide that really gets us going – it shoots sliders right into the sea. Reckon you couldn’t pack much more into a booze cruise? Wrong. There’ll be girls versus boys games and a bit of lunch, too.

tuiuk With its terracotta rooftops, cobbled streets and seafront setting, Nessebar’s pretty old town is Bulgaria’s answer to Dubrovnik. You’ll enjoy a walking tour along the narrow streets of this UNESCO World Heritage Site, passing grand 18th-century houses and many of the medieval churches the town is famous for. The second part of your trip takes place onboard the Royal Helena, for an unforgettable cruise where you’ll toast the day with a glass of bubbly. You’ll then have time to explore Nessebar at your own pace.

Una aventura entre tierra y mar! Un viaje a través de senderos te llevará a las comunidades locales donde podrás asistir a una demostración de la alfarería, el sabor del aguardiente búlgaro - rakia, disfrutar de deliciosas setas. La verdadera fiesta comienza en el yate con copa de bienvenida y música y termina en la playa con comida sabrosa, bebidas y diversión!