Short Balkan Tours


Day 1: Sofia

Upon arrival at Sofia, meet up with the local representative and proceed with a visit to the National History museum storing over 650,000 objects connected to archeology, history and ethnography. Proceed with a walking tour of Sofia with visits to the ruins of Serdica-Roman fortress walls; St George Rotunda, the oldest building in Sofia; St Sofia Basilica, the oldest active church which gave the city its name; St Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, one of the largest Eastern Orthodox cathedrals in the world; National Theatre and many more historical sites from ancient times alongside the modern sites of cosmopolitan city life. Overnight in Sofia.

Day 2: Sofia - Plovdiv

Today is a full day sightseeing to Plovdiv-European cultural capital in 1999. This ancient city with 3000 years of history is one of the oldest cities in Europe. Walk along the Old Town of Plovdiv with its unique charm, narrow cobbled streets that admire the silence and tranquility of this historical town. Be impressed by its elegant old houses with painting facades and Churches, the Roman Amphitheatre built by Emperor Trajan, the Roman Stadium. Rest of the day is free for leisure.

Day 3: Plovdiv - Nesebar - Golden Sands

Morning departure to east and sightseeing of the Ancient city of Nesebar. Situated on a rocky Peninsula on the Black Sea, first it was originally a Thracian settlement. Walking through the remaining of the old town which includes acropolis, a temple of Apollo, agora, wall from the Thracian fortification. Accommodation in Golden Sands, a major seaside resort town on the northern Bulgarian Black Sea.

Day 4: Golden Sands - Burgas Airport

After breakfast free time until departure to Burgas Airport.