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Tours to Bulgaria

Witness the beauty of bright yellow and blue wild flowers appearing through the snow in the Bulgarian Alps, as well as wildlife-filled forests and impressive mountain ranges. And to top if off, there's medieval and Roman gems ready for exploring on a Bulgaria tour.

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Take in all of the must-see sights and discover roads less-travelled on our small group tours to Bulgaria. 

Join your local tour leader on a cultural tour of Sofia to discover colourful church murals, Soviet bronze statues and sacred religious relics. Then head out of the city to find monasteries enveloped by the verdant mountainscape and adorned with distinctive striped brickwork. Hop on a train to travel further into the lush alpine hills, and gaze at the vast mountain vistas as we climb to the highest valley in the country. There is plenty to see on the Black Sea coast too. Uncover Byzantine ruins on the quaint peninsular of Nessebar, with its terracotta roofs, cobbled streets and aquamarine waters, and climb the Staircase of Victory to face the imposing Bulgarian-Soviet Friendship monument.

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Our most popular Bulgaria tours

Ancient Macedonia

Bulgaria, Greece, North Macedonia Discovery Trip code AM
Best seller
15 Days From AU$2700 without flights

Best of Bulgaria

Bulgaria Discovery Trip code BOB
9 Days From AU$1930 without flights

Grand Tour of Romania, Serbia and Bulgaria

Bulgaria, Romania, Serbia Discovery Trip code RSB
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15 Days From AU$2960 without flights
A visit to its second city, Plovdiv reveals quality galleries, cafes and restaurants, as does Stara Zagora, one of Europe’s oldest cities, with stone age dwellings (preserved in the Neolithic Dwellings Museum), a Roman Amphitheatre, and elegant late 19th to early 20th century architecture, built after the Turkish razed the city in 1877. Veliko Tarnovo has a medieval castle, imposing monastery, and dramatic setting, with its charming houses tumbling down a hillside overlooking a picturesque valley. Hire a car and head for the country and you’ll find somnolent villages and splendid monasteries awaiting the adventurous traveller – at budget prices.

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