Victoria Balezdrova - Private Guide in Varna
Languages: English, German
Hi, I’m Vicky and I will be responsible for making your stay in Bulgaria the best one you can get!
I work as a professional private guide in Varna since 1997 and this is definitely the best job I could dream of. Not only do I get to travel my lovely country all the time, I can also show it to visitors from all parts of the world, which makes me really proud to be a Bulgarian.
My main aim is to create a positive and relaxed atmosphere when conducting the tours. Because nearly all people visiting Bulgaria want to enjoy a nice vacation, and that’s exactly what I’m offering to all of my customers. But at the same time, your vacation can be interesting and informative, since there are so many things to discover in Varna and its surrounding areas.
As many private tour guides in Varna I specialize both in local and country-scale tours. One of the most common destinations in the Varna region is Nessebar, which is an ancient settlement that features many unique historic sites. However, there are so much more interesting places to visit around Bulgaria that you won’t know where to start your journey.
There are interesting places for everyone. History lovers will be interested in numerous historical sites, some of which date back to Ancient Greece and even earlier. Nature admirers will enjoy a large number of national parks, beautiful sites and areas where you can relax alone. Visitors looking for intense shopping or night parties will also have many opportunities to enjoy their favorite activities in Varna.
You’ve just come to the right place, and I will gladly show how many different things are there to enjoy in Varna and Bulgaria!
- Varna City Tour
- Nessebar Walking Tour
- Nessebar Charm and Taste
- The Coastal Line - A Romantic Trip Back in Time
- Jeeping Around Varna
- Winter Spa - Luscious & Healthy
Latest Customer's Opinions:
Victoria Balezdrova is a professional tour guide, and she was wonderful - extremely nice and considerate, and also extremely knowledgeable. We drove first to Burgas, a town about half an hour south of Nessebar, where we went for a walk in a wonderful pedestrian area that had just been opened. It was filled with pedestrians, open shops and outdoor restaurants. We to a beautiful shoreline park that stretched along the shore for six kilometers. On the way back to Nessebar, we visited a Thrachian tomb, dating from the third century. We then visited the St. George Monastery; the feature of the monastery was a spring whose water was supposedly healing water. Just outside Promorie, we stopped at a salt processing operation, where salt water was spread in large flats to evaporate, leaving the salt to be collected. We returned to Nessebar for a walking tour of the UNESCO site. Nessebar is a small island with only a few streets filled with souvenir shops among the ancient churches that make up the UNESCO site. We visited numerous of the old churches, including the most highly developed ones, Christ the Pantocrator Church, St. John the Baptist Church, and St. Stefan Church. Throughout the day, Victoria was extremely nice and considerate, as well as extremely knowledgeable. We give her the highest recommendation. She was wonderful.