Тransportation with comfortable coach
Professional guiding services in English
Panoramic tour of Sofia and Vitosha Mountain
PRICE DOES NOT INCLUDE:
Lunch, coffee breaks
Tips to the guide, driver.
Alexander Nevski Cathedral - Sofia center - Vitosha mountains - Alexander Nevski Cathedral
One-day excursion from €35
Departure behind Alexander Nevski Cathedral (beginning of Oborishte street)
Advaced booking is required.
Visit to Sofia city centre.
The most interesting monuments and buildings during the panoramic tour, which can be seen are: Alexander Nevski Cathedral - the biggest one in Bulgaria, National Library, the monument of Vassil Levski - a great Bulgarian national hero, Administration of the President and Council of Ministers, former Royal Palace (now housing the National Revival Art Gallery and the Ethnographic Museum), Russian Church, Military Club, National Parliament, National Palace of Culture, Borisova Garden, Eagle`s bridge and many more passing by.
Visit to Vitosha mountains.
Vitosha mountain is one of the treasures of Sofia and it is hosting one of the oldest natural parks on the Balkans. The nature reserve was founded in 1934 by decree coming from the former tsar of Bulgaria - Boris III. There is a biosphere forest reserve and turf forest reseve, as well as one natural landmark - Duhlata cave. One of the attractions there is the so called moraines "Golden bridges". The stone rivers (also known as moraines) and the screes are typical for the Vitosha Park. The stone river in the locality of The Golden Bridges (1,390 meters altitude) is impressive. There are many tourist paths in this part of the mountain: leading to the Kopitoto peak, “Momina Skala” hut and “Septemvri” hut. The Golden Bridges is one of the most often used starting points for Charni Vrah peak (2,290 meters altitude) - the highest one in the mountain.
A stunning panorama opens when you pass by the old abbandoned lift station. From Kopitoto peak you can see the majority of Sofia below your feet.
Tour duration is approximate 5 hours and ends behind Alexander Nevski Cathedral (beginning of Oborishte street).