Plovdiv was originally a Thracian city before later becoming a Greek city, and then a major Roman city. In the Middle Ages, it retained its strategic regional importance, changing hands between the Byzantine and Bulgarian Empires. It is probably the most visited city in Bulgaria after Sofia, and has always amazed all its visitors with the breath...Read more
The Monastery of Saint Ivan of Rila, better known as the Rila Monastery is the largest and most famous Eastern Orthodox monastery in Bulgaria. It is situated in the Rila Mountains. The monastery is named after its founder, the hermit Ivan of Rila (876 – 946 AD). Founded in the 10th century, the Rila Monastery is regarded as one of Bulgaria’s...Read more
The day tour from Sofia to Skopje is a great option to see one more country with one trip to the Sofia
The capital of Republic of Macedonia is a unique city that, in the most interesting way, combines the new and the old, East and West, the Muslim and the Christian traditions. In the times of the Ottoman Empire, Skopje is a...Read more
During this tour you will be able to visit the first ever European capital of culture in Bulgaria - Plovdiv, recognized as one of the oldest existing settlements in the world. You will be able to feel the spirit of the seven hills, old town, longest pedestrian street in the European Union, Bohemian quarter The Trap ("Kapana") or try the local...Read more
Melnik and Rozhen Monastery is in the top 3 destinations in western Bulgaria. Melnik is a unique area for wine lovers and sommeliers where you will learn why Sir Winston Churchill used to order wine from Melnik every...Read more
We are from the new generation of guides - knowledgeable and entertainers. With us not only you will get enough historical information on the sites, but also you will get updated information on the current political and economical situation in Bulgaria. Our vehicles are new, comfortable and always impeccably...Read more
The Sofia Communist Tour will take you back to the communist period of Bulgaria when the country was called "iron curtain".
You will hear real stories of people and learn about the way of life of the Bulgarians at that time. You will get acquainted with the historical events and facts of Bulgaria and the countries of Eastern Europe to fall...Read more
This is a highly individualized, specially attended service with the top local guide in Sofia. You will have the chance of seeing the most fascinating landmarks of Sofia along with professional guiding service showing you the hidden...Read more
Plovdiv is on the 8th place for oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. Inhabited since 4,000 B.C., beginning with a Neolithic settlement, Plovdiv has been conquered many times throughout the years by the Thracians, the Greeks and the Romans. Plovdiv contains 13 cultural layers.
Explore the history of Sofia and Bulgaria on board a classic Russian Army jeep. On this 2 hour tour your friendly guide will show you all major highlights of the city while driving you in this adventurous Soviet era...Read more