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Sofia

Veliko Tarnovo was the capital of the Second Bulgarian Kingdom /12-14th century/ and at that time was referred to in Europe as “the third city after Rome and the second after Constantinople”. It remained a prosperous craftsman’s town during Ottoman rule and today it prides itself on being one of the most cherished tourist destinations. The private tour includes the most iconic and well-known sites: the Tsarevets architectural and museum reserve /medieval stronghold/, a walk along Samovodska charshia /a lively street with local crafts/, a photo stop at the Asenevtsi monument, a walking tour in the charming village of Arbanassi and a visit to the Church of the Nativity, which has well-preserved frescoes depicting over 3500 saints presented in 200 biblical scenes. Veliko Tarnovo was the capital of the Second Bulgarian Kingdom /12-14th century/ and at that time was referred to in Europe as “the third city after Rome and the second after Constantinople”. It remained a prosperous craftsman’s town during Ottoman rule and today it prides itself on being one of the most cherished tourist destinations. The private tour includes the most iconic and well-known sites: the Tsarevets architectural and museum reserve /medieval stronghold/, a walk along Samovodska charshia /a lively street with local crafts/, a photo stop at the Asenevtsi monument, a walking tour in the charming village of Arbanassi and a visit to the Church of the Nativity, which has well-preserved frescoes depicting over 3500 saints presented in 200 biblical scenes. Meeting/pick-up point: Pick-up at hotels in Sofia.

Duration: Seven hours.

Start/opening time: At 8am.

Languages: English.

Others: Not suitable for people with reduced mobility.