Bulgaria

Oct 7, 2019• by Sofia Top Tours

Using public transport in Sofia, Bulgaria

Sofia public transport system works very well if you are well armed with patience. The price for one way ticket is 1.60 lv and there’s several ways to get it. You can buy it from kiosks usually...

Oct 3, 2019• by Sofia Top Tours

Phones and tech in Sofia, Bulgaria

When in Bulgaria make sure you know the National Emergency phone number – 112 You can dial it directly without the national code (which FYI is 00359) If you come from outside the EU but still...

Oct 2, 2019• by Sofia Top Tours

Currency and payment in Bulgaria

Bulgaria is one of the few European Union member states that still uses its own currency – the Bulgarian LEV (BGN). The Bulgarian lev has a fixed exchange rate for the EUR with a currency rate of...

Sep 7, 2019• by Plovdiv City Card

24 Hours in Plovdiv, Bulgaria

Planning a day trip to a city you've never been to can be quite challenging. After all, there’s just so much that you can do in a day right? Plovdiv is a charming and lively city that will...

Ultimate Sightseeing Tour + Rooftop View

Enjoy this inclusive tour of historical, architectural and cultural must-see places of Sofia city. Dive into Roman ruins, Byzantine churches, Communist buildings and many many more! Enter 3 Orthodox temples and see frescoes from 10th c! To make things even better we invite you to admire the amazing view over central Sofia with a cup of coffee!

Day tour to Rila Monastery and Boyana church

- Join the most popular and best-selling trip from Sofia - Discover the two most frequented Bulgarian UNESCO sites - Uncover the fascinating history of Boyana Church and Rila Monastery with a guide - Travel with a modern air-conditioned minibus - Experience and admire the awesome beauty of Rila National Park

Traditional Food and Wine Tasting Tour

Explore the eating routines of Bulgarians while strolling through beautiful Sofia - enjoy a traditional breakfast, full on Bulgarian lunch and the best part - wine tasting session of exquisite Bulgarian wines, cheeses and meat cuts. Visit 4 specially selected food venues and munch on local specialities during a relaxed walk.

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