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Sofia city tours

 Each itinerary includes taking up and returning the customer at the spot indicated within Sofia as well as unguided tours of cultural and historical sights of Sofia.

Itineraries are 90 minutes long at the price of 40 EUR. In case the client desires to prolong the itinerary, each beginning new hour costs 40 EUR.


ITINERARY 1 

Some time for getting out of car and sightseeing is previewed (around 10 minutes at a site).

 

  • St. Alexander Nevski Cathedral
    St Alexander Nevski Cathedral is the most beautiful and imposing symbol of Sofia. It is situated in the city centre, on the square bearing the same name and in the immediate proximity of National Assembly building.
  • Unknown Soldier Monument
    The monument combines eternal fire, soil from Stara Zagora and Shipka (where some crucial battles took place during Russian-Turkish War 1877-1878), a lying lion statue (Bulgarian national symbol) and a plaque with commemorative inscription on it.
  • Saint Sofia Church
    The church is among Sofia symbols, after which the city was named. It is the second oldest church in Sofia following St. George rotunda. It is situated in the city centre, at St. Alexander Nevski square, quite near to the cathedral of the same name.
  • St. Nicolas Russian Orthodox Church
    Being one of the most representatives of Sofia buildings, Russian Orthodox Church is widely known under the name of Russian Church. It was built by means of finances belonging to Russian immigrants in Bulgaria; its construction, which took 9 years to finish, was completed in 1913.
  • Antique Serdika ruins (in Presidency subway)
    In the past antique Serdika was situated exactly at present capital administrative centre. It is still possible to see remains of ancient Serdika, situated between nowadays Lavele and Le Gay streets from west to east, and Alabin and Ekzarh Yosif, from south to north.

ITINERARY 2

Some time for getting out of car and sightseeing is previewed (around 10 minutes at a site).

  • St. Nedelya Cathedral
    The cathedral situated in the very middle of the city attracts and plays the role of a reference point to numerous inhabitants and visitors of Sofia. It certainly grants you the opportunity to devote a few moments to rest and reflection or to enjoy the view of beautiful frescoes and icons.
  • St. Petka Samardzhiyska Church (in TSUM subway)
    The church was built in 11th century. However, the crypt is much older, which means there was a former ritual building at the spot. The church was called St. Petka Ikoniyska, patroness of samardzhiite (masters of saddles and packsaddles) living in the area during the Middle Ages.
  • St. George the Victorious Church (the Rotunda)
    The church, part of a building, which was built in 4th century, under Roman emperor Constantine the Great, is the oldest architectural monument in the capital. The rotunda shows unique mural paintings, some of which more than 1500 years old, product of exceptional artistic mastery from the Middle Ages.
  • St. Nicolas Mirlikiyski Church
    The church was built by king Kaloyan as a small family church in his residence. Authentic residence walls have been preserved so far and can be seen in church's underground part.

ITINERARY 3 

Some time for getting out of car and sightseeing is previewed (around 10 minutes at a site).

 

  • St. Paraskeva Church
    It is a throne church with especially interesting architecture and original spatial composition. Possessing excellent acoustics and beautiful wood carving of its iconostasis, the church is the third biggest in the capital.
  • St Alexander Nevski Cathedral
    St Alexander Nevski Cathedral is the most beautiful and imposing symbol of Sofia. It is situated in the city centre, on the square bearing the same name and in the immediate proximity of National Assembly building.
  • St. Sedmochislenitsi Church
    It is dedicated to St. Cyrillus and St. Methodius brothers as well as to their disciples. Church's architecture comprises church construction elements dating to Second Bulgarian Kingdom.
  • St. Martyr George the Victorious Church
    The building represents a 3-nave basilica with three consecrated thrones. One of the most beautiful churches in the capital, it is being painted at the moment.

ITINERARY 4 

Some time for getting out of car and sightseeing is previewed

 

  • St. Alexander Nevski Cathedral
    St Alexander Nevski Cathedral is the most beautiful and imposing symbol of Sofia. It is situated in the city centre, on the square bearing the same name and in the immediate proximity of National Assembly building.
  • The Canopy of Virgin Mary Church (Pokrov Bogorodichen)
    The church's construction was begun in 1922 and it was completed in 1925; in this very year religious services started there. The church's icon of old Russian St. Panteleymon church is still at its position.
  • The Boyana Church
    St. Nicolas and St. Pateleymon Church, dating back to the Middle Ages, was enlisted as monument of world cultural and natural heritage by UNESCO in 1979. Some of church's frescoes are worldly known.

ITINERARY 5 

Some time for getting out of car and sightseeing is previewed

 

  • National Palace of Culture
    The NPC is one of Sofia symbols, representing a huge congress multifunctional complex with numerous halls and rooms suitable for exhibitions, concerts, film shows, fairs, conferences, press conferences and other events.
  • Vasil Levski National Stadium
    The stadium is the biggest sports equipment with stands in Bulgaria with more than 43000 spectator seats. It obtained a license by UEFA in 2002 and holds a 4-star category in accordance with UEFA and FIFA standards for its capacity of such a stadium.
  • Ariana Lake
    Ariana Lake is one of emblematic Sofia sites. It is a favourable place for walking and relaxation to Sofia inhabitants and its guests. The lake has been lately reconstructed and together with nearby alleys offers a wide range of good time opportunities.

ITINERARY 6 

It is a tour of Sofia without getting off car

 

  • St. Cyrillus and St. Methodius National Library
    The National library of the Republic of Bulgaria is the vastest library in the country and the oldest cultural institution in Bulgaria after the liberation. It plays a leading role in conservation efforts of national book patrimony due to activities of the biggest laboratory for restoration and conservation of books in the country.
  • St. Kliment Ohridski Sofia University
    This university is the first Bulgarian higher school. Its history is embodiment and continuation of Bulgarian culture and educational tradition accumulated through numerous centuries.
  • The National Assembly Square, the Parliament
    The building where sits Bulgarian National Assembly is historically significant. It was declared monument of culture.
  • King's Palace
    The former palace in Sofia is situated in the city centre, at Prince Alexander Ist Battenberg Square. The building currently houses the National Art Gallery and the National Ethnographic Museum.
  • The Presidency
    The building, nowadays housing the presidency, was constructed in the period from 1954 to 1956. It participates in city centre architectural composition comprising the Council of Ministers, the National Assembly (former Party House), and other buildings as well. New glazed main entrance for president's guests was built in 1999 and looks out on St. George Rotunda in the inner courtyard.
  • St. Nedelya Cathedral
    The cathedral situated in the very middle of the city attracts and plays the role of a reference point to numerous inhabitants and visitors of Sofia. It certainly provides the opportunity to devote a few moments to rest and reflection or to enjoy the view of beautiful frescoes and icons.
  • National Palace of Culture
    The NPC is one of Sofia symbols, representing a huge congress multifunctional complex with numerous halls and rooms suitable for exhibitions, concerts, film shows, fairs, conferences, press conferences and other events.
  • Vasil Levski National Stadium
    The stadium is the biggest sports equipment with stands in Bulgaria with more than 43000 spectator seats. It obtained a license by UEFA in 2002 and holds a 4-star category in accordance with UEFA and FIFA standards for its capacity of such a stadium.
  • Ariana Lake
    Ariana Lacolor: #000000ke is one of emblematic Sofia sites. It is a favourable place for walking and relaxation to Sofia inhabitants and its guests. The lake has been lately reconstructed and together with nearby alleys offers a wide range of good time opportunities.

ITINERARY 7 

It takes 180 minutes at the price of 80 EUR. Some time for getting out of car and sightseeing is previewed.

 
  • Dragalevski Monastery
    The monastery was an important literary institution in Sofia region with its own copying centre and school. Nowadays this nunnery represents a complex comprising a church, residential and farm buildings. It is only the church, one-nave and apse building, dating back to 15th century, which has been preserved so far from former monastery.
  • The Kopitoto Hotel
    Kopitoto area is situated at about 1350 metres altitude, quite near to Sofia, in Vitosha National Park. In the complex' eastern part there is a luxury 5-star hotel functioning all year round.
OTHER PLACES OF INTEREST 
 
The National Natural History Museum
It is the oldest Bulgarian museum and the oldest and richest among Balkan Peninsula natural history museums. Museum exhibition is situated on 4 floors and in 16 halls. It takes 50-60 minutes to visit it.
 The Earth and People National Museum
The museum is one of the biggest mineralogy museums in the world. It is specialized in showing Earth's minerals realm under its various aspects - life environment, source of raw materials and energy, scientific study object, subject of emotional and aesthetic effect. It takes about 30 minutes to see the museum.
 The National Archaeology Museum
The Archaeology Museum is the vastest one in Bulgaria and one of the most significant centres in the country which spread knowledge about Bulgarian history. Due to its scientific potential the museum has grown into the biggest scientific research archaeological institution in south-east Europe. It takes about 20-25 minutes to visit the exhibition.
The National History Museum
The museum, established in 1973, is one of the biggest history museums on the Balkans keeping more than 650 000 monuments of culture. Its main objective is to show nowadays Bulgarian lands' history since prehistoric age in European history context. It takes about 60-70 minutes to visit the museum

 



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