Your Day In Sofia

We start our tour with the only UNESCO World Heritage monument in the vicinity of Sofia - Boyana Church - small in size and it only takes 30 min to visit, but its frescoes have an enormous contribution to the world history of art. Then we will visit the National History Museum, which will guide you though the 14-century long history of Bulgaria. By that time our hunger for knowledge and local delicious meal is strong enough for a visit to a little secret restaurant, established in 1927, where we continue with pleasure our chat about the topics you are interested in - communism soviet era, Turkish occupation, participation of Bulgaria in World War 1 and 2 and many more.

In the afternoon we will park our vehicle at Alexander Nevski Square for a visit of the largest church on the Balkans, followed by an underground tour of St. Sofia Church catacombs from Byzantine time. We continue with a stroll to the Russian church, the National Theater and its garden, the Rotunda St.George (round church), the Roman remains and we finish our walk by the Mosque Bania Bashi, where we will enter in the Museum of History of Sofia, the Hall market and the thermal springs nearby.

Sofia Overview

Sofia is the contemporary capital of Bulgaria. Its population grew rapidly during the Communist-Socialist era (1944-1989). At the time of the liberation from the Turks in 1878, the population of the city was 11,649 inhabitants and for a few decades after that the city experienced large population growth mainly from other regions of the country.

During World War 2, Sofia was bombed by allied aircrafts in late 1943 and early 1944. Unfortunately a huge part of the city center was destroyed. As a consequence of the invasion of the Soviet Red Army, Bulgaria's government, which was allied with Germany, was overthrown. The transformations of Bulgaria into a People's Republic in 1946 and Republic of Bulgaria marked significant changes in the city's appearance. The population of Sofia expanded rapidly due to migration from the country. Whole new residential areas were built in the outskirts of the city, like Druzhba, Mladost and Lyulin.


Prices 1 person 2 persons 3 persons 4-8 persons 9-18 persons
199 € per person 99 € per person 79 € per person 69 € per person 59€ per person

The tour price is based on the number of people in your party and includes: transfer to/from your hotel/accommodation in Sofia, live guide in English, parking fees, entrance fees. Meals and personal expenses are not included.

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Departure point

The departure point for this tour is from your hotel or accommodation within Sofia city limits. You will be notified for the exact pick up time from our agents approximately 2 days before your tour.

star rating  Nis Tower, Concentration Camp, and a bit of Serbian culture, make this tour interesting.However, in my opinion, Nis it is not a beautiful place to meet


star rating  I want to say thank you for all the efforts of 3 different drivers and 3 different transport.
Everything was smoothly and very professional.
Well worth the money but not... read more


star rating  I was so thankful to this company for running the trip despite the fact that I was the only person going. My guide, Michael, was brilliant. He drove incredibly safely... read more

Jasmine K

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