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Bulgaria Day Trip – 12-14h

Bulgaria Day Trip – 12-14h

Private Day Trip in Bulgaria (12-14h)

If you like medieval towns and you want to take a trip to Romania, but you would also want to visit a little bit of Bulgaria, you can kill two birds with one stone by opting for a one-day tour of Bulgaria with a personal guide comprising 3 of the most beautiful tourist attractions in Bulgaria.

Let’s see the itinerary:

 

1. Bulgaria Day Trip –  IVANOVO Monastery

2. Bulgaria Day Trip – Veliko Tarnovo

3. Bulgaria Day Trip – Arbanasi Village

Here are some details about these tourist attractions:

 

1. Bulgaria Day Trip – IVANOVO Monastery

Ivanovo monastery Bulgaria Private Trip

A stone monastery like none other you have ever seen, you absolutely must visit the Ivanovo Monastery, just a few steps past the Bulgarian border.

What makes this place so special is a series of stone carved chapels and cells, 30 meters above the ground. And that is not all. The churches’ interiors used to bear painted frescos, but only a few of them have had their murals survive to this day.

Find out more about the Ivanovo Monastery

2. Bulgaria Day Trip – Veliko Tarnovo

Another touristic attraction in Bulgaria is Veliko Tarnovo, the capital of the Bulgarian Empire between 1185-1393, we will make sure you not only get to see UNESCO World Heritage sites, but also have some relaxation, adventure, and traditional Bulgarian food – everything you need for a memorable experience.

Walking along the narrow streets and admiring the rows of houses perched one above the other, you will feel like you belong in this charming city, with its rich culture and unique look.

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3. Bulgaria Day Trip – Arbanasi Village

We do not know how many open-air museums you have seen, but a private trip to Arbanasi Village in Bulgaria, just past the Romanian border, will definitely make you fall in love with its remarkable architecture even if you do not have a professional eye.

The moment you step into the village, you will not be able to put your camera down, because every house is like a miniature citadel, each with a unique stone structure, thick walls, and wooden window frames. The entire village has been declared a historical and architectural reserve, and it has made the list of UNESCO World Heritage sites.

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The Tour MAP

This itinerary is indicative and subject to change over time, so please consider the reference which you will receive in the offer, after you have requested tour or excursion that. We say this because, so the trip to the caves, and walk on Transfagarasan are accessible only certain months of the year.

 

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