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Tours to Bulgaria

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Tours to Bulgaria

BulgariaCentral Europe Map


Travel Information


Time Difference

GMT +2 hours 

Travel Time

3 hour flight from London 

Useful Links

Travel Guide to Bulgaria

Bulgaria Tourism Website

Passport & Visa Advice


Bulgarian Lev Exchange Rate 

Tour Destinations in Bulgaria

Sofia, the capital city of Bulgaria, has retrieved its historic charm and position as an exotic, less-visited corner of Eastern Europe and is a relatively cheap city to visit. Sofia boasts a colourful and ancient collection of churches, mosques and synagogues, the most famous of which is the Aleksandar Nevski Church.  Other sights include the Zhensky bazaar open-air market, municipal baths, royal palace, TsUM Department Store and Yuzhen Park. 


Destination Highlights

  1. Guided walking tour of the city and the main sights
  2. Historical charm
  3. Unusual destination for a sports tour
  4. Variety of places of Worship to visit
  5. Exotic and less visited than many of its neighbours
  6. Bathe at the Sofia Public Mineral Baths
  7. Cheap local beer
  8. Adventure activities such as mountain biking and rafting
  9. A paintballing afternoon 


No. 1. Destination Highlight: Guided Walking Tour of Sofia 

Take a guided walking tour of the centre of Sofia, where you will take in more than 35 different sites during the 2 hour tour. The tour is lead by English speaking guides who are from the city and will share stories about the places which you pass on the route. 

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National Theatre In Sofia

The National Theatre in Sofia


  • A great rugby tour!! Sofia is ideal for a senior rugby tour, we had a great time; both on and off the pitch.

    Wallingford RFC - Rugby Tour to Bulgaria

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