5-6 Hours Tour

Sofia City Tour (5-6 Hours)

Explore the Bulgarian capital with the full day Sofia city tour. During the Sofia walking tour your tour guide Bulgaria will show you both the most famous sights in Sofia and hidden local place which you will never find on your own as markets, bars, view points and more.

At a Glance

Meeting point: At your convenience
Tour Duration: 5-6 hours
Best period: All year
Price:  Depends on your personal needs and preferences


Meeting at a convenient place and time for you
Know more about the history of the Bulgarian capital
See the highlights of Sofia
Get closer to the local life of the people
Tips from local tour guide

Detailed Program

Meeting at a convenient place for you and visit the Sofia highlights:

St. Nedelya square St. Nedelya church St. Sofia Monument St. Petka Church The council of ministers The Rotunda “Saint George” The Presidency The National archaeology museum The National Bank of Bulgaria Knyaz Alexander Battenberg Square The King’s palace The Russian church St. Sofia Church The Monument of the “Unknown soldier”  The Alexander Nevski Memorial Church Boyana Church The National Palace of the Culture The shopping street of Sofia Borisova Garden

Before tour a private guide Bulgaria team member will come to pick you up at your accommodation and start the tour from there. You will begin the tour with visit to the Boyana church and the National Historical museum, both located in the outskirts of Vitosha mountain.

During the walking Sofia tour you will set the pace. Depending on your interests you will spend whatever time you want at the sights of the city. You can spend more time exploring the little streets of Sofia or may prefer to focus on the churches and famous Bulgarian monuments. Also, when you decide you may take short coffee breaks or visit some souvenir shops before continue your Sofia city tour.

During the Sofia city tour you can stop for lunch in a traditional Bulgarian restaurant (food not included). Then our private Bulgaria guide will give you some tips about where to go at night, which are the best shops with normal prices, where to exchange money with no commission, what to see outside of the city and which are the best type of transportation in Sofia or around Bulgaria.

Details About Sofia

Sofia lies on important crossroads which have contributed to its development as an important center and a site steeped in history. In antiquity, roads passed through it to link the Adriatic and the mid Europe with the areas around the Black Sea, the Aegean Sea, and reached as far as the Middle East. The area of Sofia was a busy hub of diverse activities, and it has remained the country’s most renowned center for trade, culture, and tourism. Several small river cross the city, and the larger Iskar river flows past its east complexes. The abundance of mineral and thermal springs is an indubitable attraction for fans of spa vacations and restorative chillout. The number of springs totals 15, and the total flow rate of all springs is 130 liters per second. Added to the plentiful water sources are the artificial lakes and dams built in the last 60 years.

Sofia is the capital and also a heaven for park lovers. The Borisova Garden, centrally located, is a great place for spending periods of chillout, and for families with children it is a veritable heaven, with artificial lakes, playgrounds, greenery and welcoming alleys. There are also the West, North, and South Parks, and besides verdant hospitality they also offer unique age old trees that are specially protected.
The nearby Vitosha mountain is Sofia’s most embellishing nature pearl. It has had the statute of a nature park since the year 2000. There is the Bistrishko Branishte biospheric reserve included in UNESCO’s “Man and Biosphere” program. Another reserve in the Vitosha area is Torfeno Branishte, or Turf Reserve. The Pancharevo lake, a center for aquatic activities, abuts several parks where sports facilities, rest homes, and plentiful eateries offer convenience. The parks inside the city and those in its vicinity are true paradise spots.


Private tour! No other tourists!
Friendly local tour guide
Starting point and time at your convenience
Breaks and photo stops at your convenience
Pay all the amount at the end of the tour


  • Licensed tour guide
  • Entrance for the museums (upon request)


  • Food and drinks
  • Tips and gratuities
  • Personal expenses

Good to Know

Wear comfortable clothes and shoes is recommended
Don’t forget your camera