Sofia local experience - morning tour

Kid Friendly in Bulgaria

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If you’re wondering how to start your day in Sofia, ponder no more! There’s no better choice than starting the day like a local.People in Bulgaria like to say that morning walks are very good for your health. Well, let’s test this statement and embark on an exciting morning walk on the streets of Sofia where just like the locals we’ll drink coffee or tea with honey, eat “mekitsa” with “ayrian” or “banitsa with boza”, we’ll haggle over the price of the fruits at the local market and to recap all that local splendour we’ll have a taste of one of Sofia’s famous desserts.Not only that, but we’ll also explore together some of Sofia’s hidden gems while walking through the narrow streets known mainly by the locals...Come, join us on this tour and get the feel of what it is to be a Sofian!
ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productPass By: tripvam, Sofia, Sofia Region1. Start point – We meet at 9:00 am in front of the Regional History Museum (Sofia Central Mineral Baths building)2. Our first place to visit is one of the old Sofian streets, where we can find an interesting mixture of cultures3. Then we’ll visit one of the emblematic places for the people of Sofia who like to go there as often as possible when they need some nice fruits or vegetables to buy on a bargain! There we’ll have a “local’s breakfast” experience.4. Our next stop is Lavov Most (Lions’ Bridge)5. Then we head towards the small and old streets of the city center, filled with the unique and more than century-old houses.6. On our way, we stop to have a drink of healthy water where the Romans and even the Thracians before them used to drink and bathe.7. Next, we head to the shortest street in Sofia!8. Visit the National Theatre “Ivan Vazov”9. Sofia Art Gallery and Sofia Telephone Palace buildings10. Alabin StreetEndpoint – Palace of JusticeTour duration: approx. 2 hours

What’s included

  • English speaking tripvam representative to navigate through the narrow streets of the city
  • Tasting traditional Bulgarian breakfast and favorite morning meal of the “working class”

What’s not included

  • Gratuities (optional)
  • Personal expenditures