Multi day tours in Bulgaria

Multi day tours in Bulgaria offer guests the unique opportunity to visit different cities, towns, villages, nature parks, and points of interest.

And if you are eager to explore Bulgaria’s top sites and attractions, take a week-long trip from Sofia to the Black Sea to visit landmarks such as the Rila Monastery, Bachkovo Monastery, Old Town of Nesebar, the Thracian Tomb of Kazanlak, and many others. The Old Town of Nesebar houses monuments and remains such as the agora, temple of Apollo, acropolis, and fortress dating back to the Middle Ages. Found in the Rila Mountains, the Rila Monastery is a major tourist attraction and one of the most important architectural and historical landmarks in Bulgaria. The complex encompasses the main church, tower, and inner yard.

Multi day tours in Bulgaria offer visitors the chance to explore UNESCO Heritage Sites such as the Rock-Hewn Churches of Ivanovo, Madara Rider, Srebarna Nature Reserve, and Pirin National Park. The Srebarna Nature Reserve is situated in Northeastern Bulgaria and is the breeding ground of some 100 bird species, among which glossy ibis, purple heron, great egret, and Dalmatian pelican. The reserve boasts diverse flora and fauna and is the home of many fish, amphibian, and reptile species and mammals. Tourists going on multi day tours in Bulgaria also have the unique chance to visit the Rock-Hewn Churches of Ivanovo, which is a complex of cells, monasteries, chapels, and churches found in Northeastern Bulgaria. The Pirin National Park also offers plenty to do and see, from walking and hiking to high-altitude camping and skyscraping. The park has a rich flora and fauna and is the home of species such as the roe and red deer, wild boar, wildcat, gray wolf, and brown bear. Finally, the Madara Rider is a unique monument that features a knight riding a horse, which was created in the beginning of the 8th century.

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