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If you need a transfer to any city in Bulgaria or neighboring country, we will be happy to provide you with comfortable and pleasant transfer. All of our cars are new and clean and the drivers are reliable and experienced.
Destination 1-3 people 3-4 people 5-8 people Time
Sofia– Bansko 75 89 109 2.5-3.0
Sofia – Borovets 45 49 69 1.5 hrs
Sofia – Burgas 139 159 189 5.5 hrs
Sofia – Varna 169 189 199 6.5 hrs
Sofia – Plovdiv 69 79 99 2.0 hrs
Sofia – Rila Monastery 69 79 99 2.00 hrs
Sofia – Veliko Tarnovo 99 109 129 3.5 hrs
Sofia – Russe 99 119 139 4 hrs
Sofia – Thessaloniki 119 129 149 5 hrs
Sofia – Scopie 129 149 159 4 hrs
* Prices are in Euro for transfer.
Enjoy Sofia and get to know the major sights with our walking tour. Sofia was founded more than 7 000 years ago is one of the ancient European cities rich in archaeological, cultural and historical past dating from Thracian, Byzantine, Roman, Slav and Turkish times.
Morning: Sightseeing tour of downtown Sofia During our tour we will visit all the highligs in our capital among which are: the ancient Serdica Fortifications dating from the 3rd-5th century; the Church of St. George which is a late Roman rotunda dated from 4th century situated in the courtyard of the Presidency; the St Nedelya Church, which is a medieval church that has been beautifully restorated; the early Byzantine Church of St. Sophia built in the 6th century; the magnificent golden-doomed Alexander Nevski Cathedral built in the early 20th century to commemorate the soldiers died in the Russo-Turkish War, 1877-1878; the Archeological Museum which occupies the largest and oldest former Ottoman mosque in the city built in 1474; the National Art Gallery,occupying the former royal palace; the IvanVazov National Theater and many other monuments and beautiful buildings with architectural significance.
Afternoon: The tour continues to the National History Museum and to the Boyana Church, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Both sites are located at the footsteps of Vitosha Mountain. In the National Museum of History one can see the magnificent Thracian golden treasures, as well as artefacts from the oldest in the world discovered so far golden objects, processed by Europe's most ancient civilization (4600-4200 BC). The 13th century Boyana Church is a remarkable UNESCO World Heritage Site. The murals of this famous site reflect both Byzantine and local traditions of the preceding two centuries. The portrait of Dessislava is a genuine masterpiece of 13th century painting, created 200 years before the European renaissance, mark a remarkable peak of Christian Art.
Get up close to Sofia's long and incredible history with our walking tour and feel the rhythm of the city.
Sofia – Rila Monastery
A perfect day trip out of Sofia to the largest monastery in Bulgaria combining beautiful scenery with history nd culture. On the UNESCO World Heritage list, and tucked away in the Rila mountains at 1150 m above sea level, the Rila monastery was founded in the 10th century by the followers of the hermit monk St. John of Rila. The monastery became a powerful spiritual centre in the middle ages and kept alive the Bulgarian national spirit during the Ottoman rule.
From the outside, it maintains its fortress-like appearance but once through the main gate, the visitor finds himself in a spacious cobbled courtyard surrounded by enchating rows of balconies with a church in the centre. All of this is against the splendid natural backdrop of the Rila mountains.
Unlike most churches built under Ottoman rule, this one is outwardly ornate and the exterior arcades depict religious scenes in bright colours.
Sofia – Koprivshtitsa
The town of Koprivshtitsa is located in the heart of the Sredna Gora mountain range. It is 110 km from Sofia. In 1952, it was declared the only city-museum in the country, and since 1971 it has been an architectural and historical reserve, with a total of 388 architectural, historical, artistic, and ethnographic monuments. The best way to understand the roots of the Bulgarian Renaissance Period, is to visit Koprivshitsa's 19th houses with its colorful courtyards, surrounded with high stone walls and gates, narrow cobblestone little streets. Many of the houses are turned into museums, but each one has its own identity, which correspond to the main business and the size of the family of its owner. Another place of interest is the church "The Assumption of the Virgin" and the "Mausoleum - Ossuary - 20 th April" devoted to those who died during the April Uprising. Also very attractive are the town’s many bridges, mainly vaulted stone, erected over small brooks and streams that flow into the Topolnitsa River. The most popular is the Kalachev Bridge, also known as The First Shot Bridge. It was here in 1786 that the first shot was heard that signaled the start of the April Uprising, as Bulgarians fought to free themselves from Ottoman oppression. The walking tour is about 2-hours and you will also have free time for lunch and shopping.
Sofia – Plovdiv and Bachkovo Monastery
Plovdiv is the second largest city in Bulgaria, situated on the Maritsa River and located 150 km from Sofia. Its unique location on these ancient crossroads has stimulated strong cultural and political influences from East and West civilizations, and yet maintained its unique cultural identity. Being older than most of the oldest towns like Rome, Athens, Carthage or Constantinople, an almost contemporary of Troy, Plovdiv is a town built upon layers of towns and a culture developed upon layers of cultures. Plovdiv is a picturesque town, with many parks and gardens, museums and archaeological monuments. Its old part, called the Old Town, with houses from the National Revival period (18-19th century), is an imposing open-air museum situated on the three hills of the ancient Trimontium. One of the most remarkable sights of the town, the Ancient Theater (a well-preserved Roman theater), is located there and is still used for open-air performances. With about a 2-hour walking tour you will learn about its intriguing history while exploring the charming historic quarter of the city - a fabulous architectural ensemble of beautifully decorated 19th century houses, the ancient fortress-walls, magnificent churches and Roman structures like a forum and stadium. In the afternoon a 30 minutes trip will take you to Bachkovo Monastery, a notable religious and tourist site with unique frescoes of St. Nicholas Church.
Sofia – Vratsa
Vratsa is a beautiful town with pleanty of natural sights– the gorge “Vratzata” which gave the name of the town and the “Ledenika” cave. In the town itself, there are two medieval towers – “The Kurtpashov Tower” and “The Meshchii Tower”, dating back from the XVI Century. The Natural Park “Vrachanski Balkan" is one of the 10 natural parks in the country and is protected sight of International Importance. The park’s territory has a total area of 30 130 hectares spreading within the lands of three districts: Vratsa, Montana and Sofia and five municipalities: Vratsa, Mezdra, Krivodol, Varshetz and Svoge. In the Registers of IUCN /International Union for the Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources/ the park is classified as category five of “Protected Landscapes” – it is given an international importance and it is recommended for tourism, relaxation and recuperation. It is an unique natural complex having great biological and landscape diversity.The Natural Park “Vrachanski Balkan” is rich of some of the most interesting caves and abysses – their number is about 500. The caves are among the natural miracles of the world, and their unique underground beauty has been achieved for millions of years.
Sofia – Bansko
Bansko is a town is southwestern Bulgaria, located at the foot of the Pirin Mountains. It is one of the most popular ski resorts in Bulgaria. The archeological traces in Bansko and the Razlog Valley date to the early periods of the Roman Empire. Bansko, a charming mountainous resort, huddled in Pirin, offers a unique combination of excellent opportunities for practicing various winter sports, exploring Bulgarian traditions, experiencing rich folklore customs and valuable cultural heritage. Bansko is more than a beautiful landscape and top class ski runs; it carries the Bulgarian spirit. This is the reason why you should explore the region and get acquainted with all impressive natural landmarks.