One Day Tours

Veliko Turnovo

Duration: all day

Veliko Tarnovo - the capital of the second Bulgarian Kingdom, is situated along the historical hills of Sveta Gora, Tsarevets and Trapezitsa, on the two banks of the Yantra River. It’s the town with the most glorious historical past in Bulgaria - symbol of Bulgarian statehood and a source of national pride for all Bulgarians. Veliko Tarnovo is known for its distinct and picturesque architecture, which creates a feeling of warmth and coziness. The houses are perched high above Yantra River banks, paved lanes with tiny shops and craftsmen workshops winding between them. The Old Gurko Street and the Samovodene Market, a merchant and crafts center, are fine examples of local building traditions. The remains of the past are an integral part of the present day townscape.

Koprivshtitsa

Duration: all day

An exciting day trip to the most charming small Bulgarian town huddled in the mountain folds 111 km east of Sofia followed by a lunch at traditional local restaurant. The town is a unique combination of a legendary history and fascinating present. A Bulgarian Town-Museum boasting the largest number of houses and monuments – 388 in all, most of which have been restored to their original appearance. A unique collection of ethnographic treasures, old weapons, national costumes and typical Bulgarian jewelry has also been preserved. Although centuries old, the village hasn’t lost any of its vitality. Everywhere you go, you’re encountered by the diversities of rural life.

Wine tour in Plovdiv

Duration: all day

Bulgaria is famous for its traditional wine grape varieties. The country’s climate, landscape and soils are exceptional for winegrowing and winemaking. Wine producing in Bulgaria goes back to ancient times. The first producers were Thracians – the oldest local inhabitants of these lands. Most of Thracian world famous golden treasures consist predominantly of wine vessels. Each year a Wine Fair is held in the city of Plovdiv and probably one of the most interesting wine traditions that comes from the ancient times is “Trifon Zarezan”, celebrated on the 14-th of February. Wine tasting hall at TODOROFF Wine and SPA Hotel is designed for 60 people and is built 8 meters underground. Todoroff” Wine Cellar is the perfect place to spend your day close to the nature and surrounded by genuine red wines. In the unique atmosphere of the wine tasting hall and the cozy tavern, the guests will be offered wine tasting with appropriate appetizers; tour around the cellar accompanied by lecture on wine producing technologies, methods of wine storage and myths and legends; folklore program; local cuisine specialties tasting.

Belogradchik cliffs

Duration: all day

A magnetic stone world surrounds the town of Belogradchik in northwestern Bulgaria. The central group of rocks rises right above the town. You will see about 100 m high lonely rocks and every stone there has a history and a legend full of suffering and heroism to explain its incredible beauty. Within the rock massif the fantastic ancient fortress walls can be seen. The area is one of the natural wonders of Bulgaria and reached up to 3rd place during the global campaign for selecting the world`s new Seven Wonders! „Magourata” or „Rabishkata Peshtera” (Rabisha Cave) is found near the village of Rabisha, 34 km northwest from Belogradchik. It was formed about 3-4 million years ago in the Magoura Hill, 463 m high. Inside you can take delight in huge halls and formations and unique wall drawings which are the only ones in the caves at the whole Balkan Peninsular. Magourata Cave is electrified, the length of its galleries is 2500 m.

Classic tour of Sofia

Duration: 3 hours

A three-hour city tour discovers you the city with its historical, archaeological and architectural landmarks. Sofia today is an exciting meeting place of history and present. Some 250 historic, archaeological and architectural monuments have been preserved in the modern capital, the centre of the country’s political and cultural life, a tourist destination and hospitable venue of major international forums. The tour includes visit to the most interesting points in Sofia – Alexander Nevsky Memorial Church, St. Sophia Church, Rotunda of St. George, Vasil Levski Monument. Monuments from different ages exist in perfect harmony in the St. Alexander Nevsky Cathedral and The St. Sophia early Christian Basilica, which has given the city its name, towers majestically nearby

Sofia - Folklore night

Duration: 4 hours

Аn excellent opportunity to explore Sofia by night and see the most famous sights followed by a dinner at a Traditional Bulgarian Folklore restaurant. The ideal combination of beautiful nature, woods, nice and vivid colored flowers among watermill stones makes the dinner venue amazing. During the winter months fireplaces illuminate the stone walls, and the breezy garden with circumfluent river through the yard is an excellent place during the hottest summer days. The taste of deliciously prepared and perfectly served dishes from Bulgarian National Cuisine, selection of Bulgarian fine wines combined with authentic Bulgarian folklore, rituals and traditions will make your visit even more pleasant and relaxing.

Rila monastery

Duration: all day

The most famous monument of Bulgarian architecture and culture from the Revival period located two hours drive from Sofia. Rila monastery is the biggest monastery in Bulgaria, one of the most remarkable monuments on the Balkan Peninsula. On the way your guide will tell you more about the history behind this famous place. In the monastery complex you will visit The Church “Birth of the Holly Virgin”, The Monastery Kitchen /called Magernitsa/, Hrelyo Tower, Transfiguration Chapel, The Museum and enjoy a tasty meal at one of the restaurants around the Monastery. A museum with a rich library is arranged at the monastery. Since 1983 it is included in the list of monuments of the world culture and natural heritage compiled at UNESCO.

Plovdiv and Bachkovo monastery

Duration: all day

Take a short trip to discover the second largest city in Bulgaria - Plovdiv situated on six hills rising in the Thracian plain and washed by the quietly flowing waters of the Maritza River. An ancient crossroads between East and West, Plovdiv has preserved unique treasures from its 24 centuries long history. Brilliant examples of the Bulgarian National Revival Period are preserved here. The Ethnographic Museum, Churches and the street of folk arts and crafts are major landmarks of the Old Town followed by lunch and a trip to Bachkovo Monastery. It was mostly destroyed by the Turks in the 14th century and rebuilt a century later. The main treasure of the monastery is a miracle working icon (Sveta Bogorodica) which is said to heal the sick.

Classic tour of Sofia

Duration: 3 hours

A three-hour city tour discovers you the city with its historical, archaeological and architectural landmarks. Sofia today is an exciting meeting place of history and present. Some 250 historic, archaeological and architectural monuments have been preserved in the modern capital, the centre of the country’s political and cultural life, a tourist destination and hospitable venue of major international forums. The tour includes visit to the most interesting points in Sofia – Alexander Nevsky Memorial Church, St. Sophia Church, Rotunda of St. George, Vasil Levski Monument. Monuments from different ages exist in perfect harmony in the St. Alexander Nevsky Cathedral and The St. Sophia early Christian Basilica, which has given the city its name, towers majestically nearby

Sofia - Folklore night

Duration: 4 hours

Аn excellent opportunity to explore Sofia by night and see the most famous sights followed by a dinner at a Traditional Bulgarian Folklore restaurant. The ideal combination of beautiful nature, woods, nice and vivid colored flowers among watermill stones makes the dinner venue amazing. During the winter months fireplaces illuminate the stone walls, and the breezy garden with circumfluent river through the yard is an excellent place during the hottest summer days. The taste of deliciously prepared and perfectly served dishes from Bulgarian National Cuisine, selection of Bulgarian fine wines combined with authentic Bulgarian folklore, rituals and traditions will make your visit even more pleasant and relaxing.

Veliko Turnovo

Duration: all day

Veliko Tarnovo - the capital of the second Bulgarian Kingdom, is situated along the historical hills of Sveta Gora, Tsarevets and Trapezitsa, on the two banks of the Yantra River. It’s the town with the most glorious historical past in Bulgaria - symbol of Bulgarian statehood and a source of national pride for all Bulgarians. Veliko Tarnovo is known for its distinct and picturesque architecture, which creates a feeling of warmth and coziness. The houses are perched high above Yantra River banks, paved lanes with tiny shops and craftsmen workshops winding between them. The Old Gurko Street and the Samovodene Market, a merchant and crafts center, are fine examples of local building traditions. The remains of the past are an integral part of the present day townscape.

Koprivshtitsa

Duration: all day

An exciting day trip to the most charming small Bulgarian town huddled in the mountain folds 111 km east of Sofia followed by a lunch at traditional local restaurant. The town is a unique combination of a legendary history and fascinating present. A Bulgarian Town-Museum boasting the largest number of houses and monuments – 388 in all, most of which have been restored to their original appearance. A unique collection of ethnographic treasures, old weapons, national costumes and typical Bulgarian jewelry has also been preserved. Although centuries old, the village hasn’t lost any of its vitality. Everywhere you go, you’re encountered by the diversities of rural life.

Wine tour in Plovdiv

Duration: all day

Bulgaria is famous for its traditional wine grape varieties. The country’s climate, landscape and soils are exceptional for winegrowing and winemaking. Wine producing in Bulgaria goes back to ancient times. The first producers were Thracians – the oldest local inhabitants of these lands. Most of Thracian world famous golden treasures consist predominantly of wine vessels. Each year a Wine Fair is held in the city of Plovdiv and probably one of the most interesting wine traditions that comes from the ancient times is “Trifon Zarezan”, celebrated on the 14-th of February. Wine tasting hall at TODOROFF Wine and SPA Hotel is designed for 60 people and is built 8 meters underground. Todoroff” Wine Cellar is the perfect place to spend your day close to the nature and surrounded by genuine red wines. In the unique atmosphere of the wine tasting hall and the cozy tavern, the guests will be offered wine tasting with appropriate appetizers; tour around the cellar accompanied by lecture on wine producing technologies, methods of wine storage and myths and legends; folklore program; local cuisine specialties tasting.

Belogradchik cliffs

Duration: all day

A magnetic stone world surrounds the town of Belogradchik in northwestern Bulgaria. The central group of rocks rises right above the town. You will see about 100 m high lonely rocks and every stone there has a history and a legend full of suffering and heroism to explain its incredible beauty. Within the rock massif the fantastic ancient fortress walls can be seen. The area is one of the natural wonders of Bulgaria and reached up to 3rd place during the global campaign for selecting the world`s new Seven Wonders! „Magourata” or „Rabishkata Peshtera” (Rabisha Cave) is found near the village of Rabisha, 34 km northwest from Belogradchik. It was formed about 3-4 million years ago in the Magoura Hill, 463 m high. Inside you can take delight in huge halls and formations and unique wall drawings which are the only ones in the caves at the whole Balkan Peninsular. Magourata Cave is electrified, the length of its galleries is 2500 m.

Rila monastery

Duration: all day

The most famous monument of Bulgarian architecture and culture from the Revival period located two hours drive from Sofia. Rila monastery is the biggest monastery in Bulgaria, one of the most remarkable monuments on the Balkan Peninsula. On the way your guide will tell you more about the history behind this famous place. In the monastery complex you will visit The Church “Birth of the Holly Virgin”, The Monastery Kitchen /called Magernitsa/, Hrelyo Tower, Transfiguration Chapel, The Museum and enjoy a tasty meal at one of the restaurants around the Monastery. A museum with a rich library is arranged at the monastery. Since 1983 it is included in the list of monuments of the world culture and natural heritage compiled at UNESCO.

Plovdiv and Bachkovo monastery

Duration: all day

Take a short trip to discover the second largest city in Bulgaria - Plovdiv situated on six hills rising in the Thracian plain and washed by the quietly flowing waters of the Maritza River. An ancient crossroads between East and West, Plovdiv has preserved unique treasures from its 24 centuries long history. Brilliant examples of the Bulgarian National Revival Period are preserved here. The Ethnographic Museum, Churches and the street of folk arts and crafts are major landmarks of the Old Town followed by lunch and a trip to Bachkovo Monastery. It was mostly destroyed by the Turks in the 14th century and rebuilt a century later. The main treasure of the monastery is a miracle working icon (Sveta Bogorodica) which is said to heal the sick.