• Description
  • Parameters
  • Itinerary
Country: Bulgaria
  • Plovdiv, Bulgaria
  • Sofia, Bulgaria
  • Koprivshtitsa
  • Starosel
Duration: for 11 hour(s)
Physical strain: Low
Tour starting point: Sofia, Bulgaria
Tour ending point: Sofia, Bulgaria

- A tour that combines many tourist attractions in Southern Bulgaria, enjoy it in a small group with personalized attention; - Let our experienced guide reveal the history of Plovdiv - one of the most ancient cities in Europe; - Explore the colorful Renaissance Architectural Ensemble of Koprivshtitsa; - Visit the biggest Thracian Temple in Bulgaria (4th century BC);

Pickup at: 8:00 from your accommodation in Sofia (please indicated). Expected time to return in Sofia - 18:30 pm Transfer time: 6hrs Best time: April-October

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Sunscreen Recommended
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Entrance fees Included (Ethnographic Museum in Plovdiv, museum-houses in Koprvishtitsa and Starosel Temple)
Parking costs with modern vehicle Included
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English speaking driver-guide Languages: English
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Comfortable clothes Recommended
Walking shoes Recommended
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All meals Not included
Drinks Not included
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Tips Not included
Personal expenses Not included

Koprivshtitsa, Starosel & Plovdiv

Day 1

Full Day Tour: Koprivshtitsa, Starosel & Plovdiv

Location: Koprivshtitsa

The tour has an intensive itinerary with an extended time for sightseeing. It’s an ideal way for people with limited time in Bulgaria to receive as much impressions and treasured memories as they can in just in one day. The program is a combination between the classical daily trips to Koprivshtitsa and Plovdiv with en route stop at the biggest Thracian Cult Complex near the village of Starosel. The tour includes private ground transportation, English speaking guide throughout the journey, on foot sightseeing in the charming towns of Koprivshtitsa and the famous old neighborhood of Plovdiv and a bonus visit to the largest underground Thracian temple on the Balkans at Chetinyova Mound near the village of Starosel.

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