No minimum number of attendeesNo minimum number of attendees is required for the tour
Free booking and cancellationFree payment tour, no set price, booking and cancellation are free
Hello! My name is Stefan. I was born and grew up in Sofia, the capital of Bulgaria. It’s where all my tours starts. I have a Bachelor’s degree in Cultural-historical heritage, and master’s degree in Cultural tourism. Recently I also studied master degree in “Urban studies”. Last few years I also spent a lot of my time exploring my country. I’ve found a lot of spectacular places which I’m excited to share with curious travelers. I can honestly say that I know Sofia perfectly. I know all of its hidden beauties that even most of the locals haven’t seen. In my everyday job I’m a tour guide and airport transfers driver and in my days off I love to hang around here. This helps me to explore our country every day! I’m passionate about cycling and prefer to do trips by bike. I drive as well and love hiking and kayaking. So I’m ready to guide you around by any mode of travel.
If you want to see the most beautiful among hidden sights around Sofia this is your best chance!
Just about 50 km out of our capital is situated one of the wildest and most unknown areas even among Bulgarians. The area is so poor and depopulated and the municipality doesn't care that beholds one of the most amazing sights in the country which on other hand preserves it from the crowds of tourists.
This tour is perfect if you searching for a one day adventure and you want to visit beautiful unspoiled nature combined with amazing picturesque viewpoints and a 600 year old temple on a rock just above a beautiful lake!
If you're interested can also see our family property where I restore with natural materials and mainly my arms 130 year old clay house.
The place can be reached by a little bit of hiking and a car, train, bus, bike or even by boat (can find you a horse too).
So be welcome and text me to tell you how can you come here!
Please book at least 48 hors earlier!
Under the big clock outside Central train station. I'm skinny enough to be easily recognized :)
Free tours do not have a set price, instead, each person gives the guru at the end of the tour the amount that he or she considers appropriate (these usually range from €10 to $50 depending on satisfaction with the tour).
Seriously, seriously consider doing this tour!! Highly recommended. Stefan is extremely knowledgeable about everything Bulgaria, easy to talk to, and eager to share hi...