Attractions in Bulgaria

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Bulgaria teems with landmarks, attractions, and places of interest. At 1DayBulgaria, we can conduct interesting tours with any route. For your convenience, we have crafted more than 30 different tour programs.

Should you be willing to explore only some of the landmarks, reserve a longer trip or a thematic tour (visiting natural attractions, unusual monuments, or religious shrines) – no worries. We will create a bespoke tour especially for you – providing you with tons of impressions and unforgettable moments.

We take great pride in comfort. For that reason, every trip around Bulgaria is carried out on new, very comfy minibuses. There are no limitations whatsoever when it comes to the tours and we always strive to meet even the most fastidious desires of our customers.

 

Aladzha Monastery – the Cave Monastery

Trips to the Aladzha Monastery: The monastery is believed to stem from the 10th-12th centuries, but in fact, hermits had lived in the caves in that area even before that. The name of the monastery originates from the Turkish word for “motley”. ...

Attractions in Plovdiv and the Bachkovo Monastery

Attractions in Plovdiv – What to See What to explore in Plovdiv? The Bachkovo Monastery, Asen’s Fortress, the Ancient Theater, the Old Town, the Ethnographic Museum, and much more. A little about Plovdiv: It is Europe’s most ancient city – old...

Balchik – Multitudes of Sights to See

Tours to Balchik, the Botanical Garden, and the Palace of Queen Mary Balchik – Balchik is a tiny town, having its location on the Bulgarian seaside, just 40 minutes away from Varna. The town’s history can be traced back to the 6th century BC. ...

Belogradchik Rocks – A Stupendous Natural Phenomenon

Trips to Belogradchik: The Belogradchik Rocks are northwestern Bulgaria’s main attraction – a breathtaking natural phenomenon. The rocks’ bizarre forms were shaped by natural phenomena. People narrate beautiful legends about the unusual rock ...

Buzludzha – A Peculiar Monument of the Bulgarian Socialist Party

The view of the Buzludzha Mountain opens up before your eyes all of a sudden. The tall building located atop the hill bears a striking resemblance to a gigantic flying saucer. Next to it, there is a 70-m (230 ft) high column. Reaching Buzludzha without...

Cape Kaliakra

Cape Kaliakra and the Ruins of an Ancient Fortress Kaliakra is a place of jaw-dropping beauty and mind-blowing energy. Unfortunately, to get there without a car is next to impossible. Well, unless you hitchhike. Fortunately, though, we offer many...

Etar – An Open-air Ethnographic Museum

Ethnographic Museum Etar Etar is the very first open-air ethnographic museum in Bulgaria. A water wheel is the museum’s very first exhibit. Other old buildings and reinstated houses were moved there later on. In line with old technologies, r...

Excursions to Musala peak

Musala - the Highest Peak of Bulgaria and on the Balkans In the breathtaking Rila Mountains, not far from the revered by all ski lovers Borovets resort, stands proudly erect the highest peak of Bulgaria – Musala . The peak is not only Bulgaria’s hig...

Kazanlak and the Tomb of the Ancient Thracian Kings

Kazanlak is a gorgeous town in central Bulgaria, south of the Stara Planina Mountain Chain (also known as the Balkans). What to explore in the quaint Kazanlak? Tons! In its vicinity, there is the peculiar Buzludzha monument (a flying-saucer-shaped...

Koprivshtitsa

Koprivshtitsa – an Open-air Architectural Reserve Koprivshtitsa is a small town situated in the Sofia region. How it was created is not known for sure, but it gained popularity because it was there that the first revolutionary committee was incepted i...

Krushuna Waterfalls

Krushuna Waterfalls – for the Most Fastidious Nature Worshippers Krushuna Waterfalls are Bulgaria’s largest and most charming waterfalls. Situated near the town of Lovech, in the Maarat Nature Reserve, the waterfalls derive their name from a nea...

Madara Horseman

Madara Horseman – A Medieval, Rock Bas-relief Since the outset of the Middle Ages, only one rock bas-relief has existed in Europe and it is located in Bulgaria. Its name is “Madarski Konnik” or The Madara Horseman . The bas-relief represents a rul...

Melnik and the Rozhen Monastery

Melnik – What to See in the Town-Museum Only a couple of hundred people reside in the town of Melnik and for that reason, it is Bulgaria’s tiniest town. The town’s history commenced with the ancient Thracians, continued with the Romans, and in 12...

Nesebar

Nesebar – an Ancient City-museum and an Architectural Monument Nesebar , or rather its old town, located on a peninsula, is revered as a city-museum. And this is not the slightest exaggeration – the Old Nesebar has been recognized as an architectural res...

Rila Monastery

Trips to the Rila Monastery Rila Monastery – Bulgaria’s Largest and Most Ancient Monastery, a UNESCO Heritage Place. Taking a place among Bulgaria’s most popular tourist sights, the Rila Monastery is a true symbol of the country. Located in the d...

Rose Valley

Rose Valley – Spring Festival of Roses Trips to the Bulgarian Valley of Roses. Every spring takes place the Festival of Roses, which happens in the beginning of June. During it, people collect roses and produce rose oil. Thanks to our driver-guide, y...

Rupite Area - Vanga

Rupite Area – the Native Village, House, and Church of Vanga The village of Rupite, nestled in the region of Blagoevgrad, is popular, among other things, for the fact that the famous Bulgarian clairvoyant Vanga lived there. In Rupite was erected t...

Shipka Monument, Shipka Peak, Shipka Park Museum

Briefly about Shipka: The combat at the Shipka Pass was among the lengthiest and goriest fights of the Russo-Turkish War. Today, on the mountaintop, there is a freedom monument erected to honor the liberation of Bulgaria. The temple-monument...

Sofia, the Boyana Church

Sofia abounds in interesting sights and ancient history. The 8th century BC saw the first settlements here. A Thracian tribe lived then. Sofia, the future capital city, received its first name – Serdica – from the Thracians. When Sofia was Bulgarian, its...

Sozopol – an Ancient City-museum by the Sea

Sozopol’s romantic atmosphere woos tourists not only from all over Bulgaria but also from various other countries. The superb rest by the Black Sea can go well with a cognitive rest: the town has preserved countless historical monuments of bygone periods. T...

The Seven Rila Lakes

The Seven Rila Lakes: The Rila Lakes possess a glacial origin. The smallest - the seventh lake (the Tear), the largest - the fourth (the Twin). The lakes are one of the most significant natural sights in Bulgaria. On the word of an old...

The Upright Stones

The Upright Stones – the Natural Phenomenon “The Stone Forest” Trips to the Upright Stones . Nature sometimes crafts such astounding things that man-made monuments simply fade in comparison to them. It’s hard to believe that the creators of the min...

Veliko Tarnovo, Arbanasi

Tours to Veliko Tarnovo, Arbanasi, and Tsarevets Once the capital of medieval Bulgaria, and much later, it was in Veliko Tarnovo where the Bulgarians announced the long-awaited news of independence of the country from the Ottoman Empire. In...

Zheravna – An Open-air Renaissance Museum

Zheravna is a bit far from Bulgaria’s sea resorts, it will be challenging to visit it within a day tour as there will be no time for other sights. The whole village is a real, open-air museum. Zheravna has preserved 170+ houses from the Bulgarian R...