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Sofia
Bulgaria

Population: 1,270,450
Language: Bulgarian
Currency: Lev (BGL)

Information about Sofia

With a population of 1.3 million people, the 7,000 year-old capital city of Bulgaria is also its largest city. Sofia is situated in a valley at the foot of popular ski mountain, Mt. Vitosha. Its location at the convergence of three mountain passes has made Sofia historically the crossroads connecting the Black and Agean Seas with central Europe and the Adriatic Sea.

Summers in Sofia are long, warm and sunny, just as winters here are also long, but cold, snowy and perfect for skiing. The ancient city is rich with interesting ruins, historic churches and magnificent castles. The Boyana Church is an important UNESCO World Heritage Site and a fascinating place to visit, as are the Ivan Nazov National Theater and the Alexander Nevski Church. 

Its antiquity puts no damper on the nightlife of Sofia, with many all -night bars and cafes lining its ancient cobblestone streets and providing a bit of fun for students from its 16 universities.

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!

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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 - Philip Stanimirov

(Member Since 2012) Excursions/tous in the following cities: Koprivshchitsa, Veliko Tarnovo, Plovdiv, Melnik 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!

Private Guide in Sofia

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.

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 - 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.


Latest Tourist Opinion about Travel to Bulgaria:

Travel Agency  in Sofia
Adriana Sofia, Bulgaria

Our two trips from Sofia on 23rd and 25th May 2018 added so much to our time in Bulgaria. Hristo is a fantastic guide with a passion for his country and plenty of stories and anecdotes to entertain us with. We had one very full day where we went to both Rilla Monastery and to Melnik for wine tasting and to see the historic chateau. The second trip to Plovdiv was equally impressive. We were able to relax and not have to drive or map read.