What To Expect
Get to know the capital of Bulgaria in this comprehensive walking tour!
One of the ancient European cities, Sofia is linked by international routes with the capitals of Europe, and via Istanbul and Ankara, with the Middle East.
Numerous archaeological, cultural and historical monuments from its rich Thracian, Byzantine, Roman, Slav and Turkish history have been preserved among the modern edifices, the blend of the new and the old lending a charming quality to the capital.
Alexander Nevski Cathedral
National Gallery for Foreign Art
St. Sofia Church
National Assembly Square with the impressive King Liberator Monument
Bulgarian Academy of Sciences
St. Nikolay Russian Church
Former Royal Palace
St. Nedelya Church
Administration of the President
National Archaeological Museum
16th century Banya Bashi Mosque
Visit to the Alexander Nevski Cathedral
Visit to the St. George Rotunda
Professional English-speaking guide
Entrance fee to the Alexander Nevski Cathedral (depending on option selected)
Meals and drinks
Tips and gratuities
For Regular Services and Private Tours, children below 5 years old are free of charge.
For Private Tours, tour ends at St. George Rotunda.
The tour does not operate during holidays, rainy or snowy days.
Regular tours do not include entrance fee to the Alexander Nevski Cathedral. Entrance fees are to be paid on site. An additional cost of 2.5 EUR per person. Price is subject to change without prior notice.
Spanish, Russian, and German guides may be provided upon request and are subject to availability. Please inquire.
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