Tour 1: Sofia – PlovdivBurgas – Nessebar – Stara Zagora – Sofia

Price:

Number of people

2-3

4-7

8-16

17-24

25-35

36-44

Price (per person) in DBL

630 EUR

375 EUR

216 EUR

156 EUR

124 EUR

102 EUR

THE PRICES INCLUDE:
Accommodation on BB basis at 3* hotels in Burgas;

Air-conditioned motor-coach, minivan or bus;
All excursions mentioned in the itinerary;
Professional English guide;
Special lectures on coach during long rides.

THE PRICES DO NOT INCLUDE:
Entry taxes for the visited in the itinerary sights;

Personal expenses, meals (lunch and dinner), entry taxes for museums visited individually.

 

1 DAY – Sofia – Plovdiv – Burgas
Departure for Plovdiv. Sightseeing tour the Old Town, including a visit to the Roman Ancient Theatre, which was build in the 2nd century AD under the rule of the Roman Emperor Trajan and is nowadays considered to be the largest surviving Roman construction in Bulgaria, visit to the Ethnographic Museum, the Roman Stadium, St. Constantine and Helena Church, etc. Free time for lunch, shopping etc. Departure for Burgas. Accommodation at hotel 3*. Overnight in Burgas.

2 DAY – Burgas – Nessebar – Burgas
Breakfast. Transfer to Nessebar. Guided tour of the ancient town with millenniaold history, situated on a romantic rocky peninsula, connected to the mainland via narrow isthmus. Valuable monuments from all stages of its long existence are preserved here: remnants of fortress walls from the Roman times and the Middle Ages, old Byzantine and Bulgarian churches, antique 18th and 19th century houses. Visit to St. Sophia Church (4th century) – among the oldest in Bulgaria, the Archeological Museum, the early byzantine thermae, the house of Moskoyani, the old Amphitheater. Drive back to Burgas. Overnight in Burgas.

3 DAY – Burgas – Stara Zagora – Sofia
Breakfast. Departure for Stara Zagora. Sightseeing of Stara Zagora – Ancient Forum, Neolithic Settlements, Regional History Museum. Departure for Sofia. End of the tour.

SUPPLEMENTS:
Single room – 90 €;

3 lunches (3 courses meal, bread, mineral water 330 ml) – 38 € per person.
2 dinners (3 courses meal, bread, mineral water 330 ml) – 25 € per person.

Tour 2: Sofia – Rila Monastery – Bansko – Leshten – Melnik – Rozhen Monastery – Sofia

Price:

Number of people

2-3

4-7

8-16

17-24

25-35

36-44

Price (per person) in DBL

465 EUR

278 EUR

162 EUR

118 EUR

98 EUR

82 EUR

THE PRICES INCLUDE:
Accommodation on BB basis at 3* hotels in Melnik and Bansko;

Air-conditioned motor-coach, minivan or bus;
All excursions mentioned in the itinerary;
Professional English guide;
Special lectures on coach during long rides.

THE PRICES DO NOT INCLUDE:
Wine tasting in Melnik;

Personal expenses, meals (lunch and dinner), entry taxes for museums visited individually.

 

1 DAY – Sofia – Rila Monastery – Bansko
Departure for Rila Monastery – the most exquisite example of the monastery art and architecture in Bulgaria. Visit of Nativity of the Virgin Church with its miracle icon of the Virgin and splendid gilded iconostasis, the old kitchen, the museum, keeping the long and heroic history of the monastery and the unique wooden crosss made for a period of twelve years by monk Rafael, Hrelyo’s Tower and many spectacular views of the mountain and the surrounding nature. Upon request: lunch at restaurant in the Rila Monastery area.

Drive to Bansko. Sightseeing tour of Bansko – the most famous winter resort in Bulgaria, recently discovered by foreign tourists, provides an interesting combination between the virgin nature of Pirin Mountain and the atmosphere of that ancient Bulgarian small town. The area around Bansko is part of Pirin National Park – the largest one in Bulgaria with an area of 40 thousand hectares of which almost 3000 are a Reserve. It is included in the list of UNESCO. Accommodation at hotel 3*. Overnight in Bansko.

2 DAY –Bansko – Leshten village – Melnik
Breakfast. Drive to Leshten village. The area baring the authentic spirit of the past is quietly set in the very western highlands of the Rhodopes Mountains overlooking the Pirin Mountain, too. The houses in Leshten are unique not only with their architectural style, but with their interior as well. Each house has its own spirit and the smell of wood can be felt everywhere. Departure for Melnik– the smallest town in Bulgaria. Original medieval houses together with the ruins of a fortress are preserved here. The town is famous for its wine cellars producing the best red wine in the country. The nature around is picturesque and you can see the biggest rocky pyramids in Bulgaria. Sightseeing tour of Melnik with a visit to the museum Kordopulova House. Accommodation at hotel 3* in Melnik or Sandanski.

3 DAY – Melnik – Rozhen Monastery – Sofia
Breakfast. Visit to the 13th century Rozhen Monastery situated to the east of Melnik. The iconostasis, the wood-carvings and the miraculous icon of Virgin Mary in the monastery church are real masterpieces. Departure for Sofia. Upon request: lunch at restaurant in Sofia. Sightseeing tour of Sofia. Visit to Alexander Nevski Cathedral – one of the largest Eastern Orthodox cathedrals in Europe, as well as one of Sofia’s symbols and a primary tourist attraction; St. George Rotunda, St. Sofia Church, built by the Roman Emperor Justinian in the 6th century, National Theatre, former Royal Palace, Presidency, etc. End of the tour.

SUPPLEMENTS:
Single room – 22 €;

Wine tasting in Melnik – 10 € per person;
3 lunches (3 courses meal, bread, mineral water 330 ml) – 35 € per person.
2 dinners (3 courses meal, bread, mineral water 330 ml) – 25 € per person.

Tour 3: Sofia – Koprivshtitsa – Plovdiv – Sofia

Price:

Number of people

2-3

4-7

8-16

17-24

25-35

36-44

Price (per person) in DBL

325 EUR

185 EUR

106 EUR

76 EUR

58 EUR

50 EUR

THE PRICES INCLUDE:
Accommodation on BB basis at 3* hotels in Plovdiv;

Air-conditioned motor-coach, minivan or bus;
All excursions mentioned in the itinerary;
Professional English guide;
Special lectures on coach during long rides.

THE PRICES DO NOT INCLUDE:
Personal expenses, meals (lunch and dinner), entry taxes for museums visited individually.

 

1 DAY – Sofia – Plovdiv
Departure for Plovdiv. Sightseeing tour the Old Town, including a visit to the Roman Ancient Theatre, which was build in the 2nd century AD under the rule of the Roman Emperor Trajan and is nowadays considered to be the largest surviving Roman construction in Bulgaria, visit to the Ethnographic Museum, the Roman Stadium, St. Constantine and Helena Church, etc. Free time for lunch, shopping etc. Accommodation at hotel 3*. Overnight in Plovdiv.

2 DAY – Plovdiv – Koprisvshtitsa -Sofia
Breakfast. Departure for Koprivshtitsa. Koprivshtitsa is a world famous folk festival centre, representing the typical atmosphere and architectural style of the Bulgarian National Revival period. Visit to some of the most beautiful museum-houses in Koprivshtitsa: Oslekov’s house, which is nowadays an ethnographic  museum; the Church Dormition of the Virgin, built in 1817, Kableshkov’s Memorial House, etc. Free time for a walk through the cobbled streets of Koprivshtitsa, lunch and shopping. Departure for Sofia. End of the tour.

SUPPLEMENTS:
Single room – 11 €;

2 lunches (3 courses meal, bread, mineral water 330 ml) – 24 € per person.
1 dinners (3 courses meal, bread, mineral water 330 ml) – 12 € per person.