The Undiscovered Treasure on the Balkans | Tours By Locals & Guided Tours of Bulgaria
8 Apr

Devetashka Cave

Devetashka cave – Picturesque karst with enormous open chamber and seven unique gaps in the ceiling, a monument of culture and a protected national landmark....

Pleven Wine Museum
8 Apr

Wine Museum

Pleven Wine museum – Selection of over 7,000 bottles of wine, ranging from 30 to 90 years in age, the museum occupies a natural cave and offers items related to vine growing in the Bulgarian lands from ancient Thracian times until today....

8 Apr

Klisurski Monastery

Klisurski Monastery – Every Bulgarian has probably visited the famous Rila Monastery once in their life, but if you want to be part of intimate wedding, baby’s christening, or a Saint's Day celebration, you must visit Klisura Monastery. In this quiet, "off-the-beaten-track" place you can...

Chiprovtsi (9)
8 Apr


Chiprovtsi – A village that received protected UNESCO status as a non-material cultural heritage list for its unique hand-woven carpets. Also, the village offers freshly grown vegetables and the most delicious dairy products made with wild mountain goat’s milk....

8 Apr

Balkan Mountanins

Balkan Mountains – Known as the Old Mountain, this area includes protected National Parks, and important caves such as Magura, Devetashka, Prohodna, etc. It is also remarkable for its flora and fauna....

8 Apr

Magura Cave

Magura Cave – You may have visited dozens of caves, but Magura is one of the few cave complexes in the world where you can stand within inches of prehistoric paintings that were painted by prehistoric peoples between 8,000 and 10,000 years ago. And a...

8 Apr


Buzludzha National Park – Important part of the Bulgarian history, where one of our national heroes fell in battle. Also known as the symbol of the founding of the Bulgarian Workers Social Democratic Party....

8 Apr


Kazanlak – Rose valleys and history going back to the 6-5th millennium BC, Thracian tombs, national parks, ethnographic complexes and cultural monuments with Bulgarian architecture...

8 Apr


Plovdiv – The European Capital of Culture for 2019, with its cobbled streets and revival-era townhouses on seemingly every corner - hole-in-the-wall bakeries, hipster cafes, combined with rich entertainment and cultural life....