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Private Guide in Sofia - Pavlina Docheva

(Member Since 2008) Excursions/tous in the following cities: Sofia Languages: English, French

Hello, my name is Pavlina Docheva and I am graduated professional tourist guide. I provide private guide services and tailor made trips to my clients in Bulgaria and I speak english and french fluently.

Travel Agency in Sofia

Travel Agency in Sofia - Adriana

(Member Since 2013) Languages: English, Russian, Polish

SIM-travels is a great opportunity to explore Bulgaria, and neighboring countries Greece, Macedonia, Serbia and Turkey. Our guided tours in Bulgaria and other Balkan countries will give you a chance to explore the glorious past and to taste the everyday presen life of these several countries.

Private Guide in Sofia

Private Guide in Sofia - Albena Tsankova

(Member Since 2015) Languages: English

I am a licenced tour guide and driver since 7 years now. I graduated in tourism in Sofia and in addition I have studied also in the Netherlands. In my free time I love travelling and visiting new destinations, but most of all getting to know the locals. I am happy that I have friends all over the world!

Private guides in Bulgaria

Bulgaria

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Capital: Sofia
Language: Bulgarian
Currency: Lev (BGL)

COMMENTS ABOUT Bulgaria:

The Republic of Bulgaria is a southwestern European country with an eastern shoreline along the Black Sea, and shared borders with Romania, Serbia, Macedonia, Greece and Turkey. The climate in Bulgaria is fairly mild year round, with hot, dry summers and mild winters. Springtime in Bulgaria sees beautiful flowers blooming throughout the picturesque countryside, and the fall is usually long and pleasant. 

The people of Bulgaria are warm and friendly, with a culture that includes ancient Thracian and Slavic traditions and folklore that includes many superstitions about evil spirits. Their ritual fire-dance, Nestinarstvo, is listed as a UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage. Bulgaria is a place that is rich in ancient history, and UNESCO has listed nine landmarks –some manmade and some natural-in Bulgaria as World Heritage Sites.

Visitors to this beautiful country can see some of the most amazing rock formations on the planet, such as the 7 meter high cylindrical stone columns of the Stone Forest in the Varna Region, the natural phenomenon of the Melnik Pyramids that look like the man-made Egyptian Pyramids, and some of the most incredible and fascinating natural formations called the Belogradchik Rocks. These amazing rock outcroppings look like people, castles and other recognizable shapes and have names like Adam and Eve, the Sphinx and the Horseman. Nature lovers also enjoy touring the Pirin National Park and the Sreburna Nature Reserve.

The ancient city of Nesebar is a wonderful place to explore, and the country offers many other interesting historical landmarks, such as the Boyana Church, the Rila Monastery, and the Rock Churches of Ivano. The Madara Horseman is a site not to miss, a relief carved into the side of the Madara Plateau in 710 that shows a man on horseback thrusting a spear into a lion.

In addition to Bulgaria’s historical attractions and natural landmarks are its beaches and resorts, such as Bodrost near Bglagoevrad, and Mauritius Beach in Sofia. There’s also a famous ice-skating rink in Varna that attracts both locals and international tourists to enjoy a day gliding on the ice. Exploring caves in Bulgaria is another interesting activity, such as Devil’s Throat Cave of Garlo and Bacho Kiro Cave in Dryanovo.

Travel Agency in Sofia

Travel Agency in Sofia - Elitsa Simeonova

(Member Since 2014) Excursions/tous in the following cities: Plovdiv, Sofia Languages: English, Swedish, Danish, Norwegian

Since 1998 I have offered personalized guide services and guided tours along the Bulgarian Black Sea Coast - Varna, Nessebar, Balchik, Bourgas, Sozopol with hundreds of people, who have been travelling as individuals, couples and groups. On my guided tours in Bulgaria, I have introduced people to our wonderful sightseeings, our beautiful nature, and our unique food and culture.

Private Guide in Sofia

Private Guide in Sofia - George Yovkov

(Member Since 2015) Languages: Français

Je me prénomme Georgi et je vous propose mes services en tant que guide sur Sofia et tous les sites du pays. J’aime mon métier grâce au fabuleux contact qu'il me permet d’avoir avec les touristes en leur faisant découvrir la Bulgarie, un pays qui m’est cher.

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Private Guide in Sofia - Ivo Borislavov

(Member Since 2013) Languages: English, Russian

Hi, my name is Ivo, I'm a Bulgarian guy who lived in many countries( New Zealand, Australia), traveled for many years and can tell many stories. I'm fluent in English and ok in Russian. I offer personal/private travel or business guide services for up to 4 people, from the airport to the airport, in a luxury 4WD vehicle.

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Private Guide in Sofia - Lyuben Grancharov

(Member Since 2013) Excursions/tous in the following cities: Sofia Languages: English, Russian

My name is Lyuben Grancharov and I work as a mountain leader in my country - Bulgaria. I started doing this in 2006, after getting my mountain leader certificate. My personal interests include hiking, mountain biking, climbing, ski touring and snowshoeing in winter, also travelling.

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Private Guide in Sofia - Philip Stanimirov

(Member Since 2012) Excursions/tous in the following cities: Plovdiv, Melnik, Koprivshchitsa, Veliko Tarnovo Languages: English, Russian, Macedonian

States and Turkey in Asia. As a guide I have met people from Europe, Asia - China, Japan, North America - USA, Mexico and Canada, South America - Brazil, Argentina and Peru, Africa - toursit from Kenya, so being a tour guide is quite interesting - exchanging experience and knowledge is a two-way process!

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Private Guide in Sofia - Stoyan Mavrodiev

(Member Since 2012) Languages: English

Greetings from Bulgaria! Friends usually call me Sto or Stan. In addition to the classic tours every agency or guide offers, I suggest a slightly different view of our country... Unique traditions and places, hospitability and etno hints, food, drinks and spirit comming from our history, temper and nature.

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Questions about Bulgaria
Hi, I love to learn about different cultures. Can you please advice me on Bulgarian cultural heritage and which locations are rich in traditions and history? Which is the best time of the year to discover Bulgaria? Kind regards, Doreen
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