Travel to Bulgaria with On The Go Tours
From the cities filled with medieval history to the remote villages where traditional rural life plays out, Bulgaria is a magical destination with beautiful forests and dramatic mountain ranges to boot. It's a land of imposing churches and historic fortresses, and superbly preserved amphitheatres. In the cities you'll find an excellent choice of cafes and restaurants, as well as bars and clubs where Bulgaria's famed nightlife grows increasingly popular with international visitors.Read More
Taking in the highlights of Sofia, Veliko Tarnovo and Plovdiv, our group tours to Bulgaria combine the best of what the country has to offer with that of its neighbours with overland journeys through Serbia, Macedonia, Romania and Turkey to name just some of the countries we visit in Eastern Europe.
Upcoming Bulgaria Trips
|Trip Name||Starts||Departing||From GBP||Deal||Map|
|Prague to Istanbul - 19 Days||Prague, Czech Republic||27 Sep 2017||£1,985|||
|Budapest to Istanbul - 15 Days||Budapest, Hungary||01 Oct 2017||£1,415|||
|Croatia & the Balkans - 15 days||Dubrovnik, Croatia||08 Oct 2017||£1,595|||
Bulgaria Group Tours
We have a number of group tours this summer that include Bulgaria as part of their tour of Eastern Europe in the. Start your tour in Sofia – the nation’s capital or take a longer journey which explores picturesque Veliko Tarnovo - home to a host of churches and other ruins as well as quaint Plovdiv – a lively university town with beautiful cobbled streets and a nightlife set to rival Sofia. Why not end your tour in Turkey’s exciting Istanbul – the gateway to Asia!
Bulgaria Day Tours and Excursions
From touring the city's architectural attractions to visiting nearby religious monuments, our range of day tours and activities cover the best of Sofia and the capital's surrounding highlights.
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All our group tours to Bulgaria that visit Plovdiv include entry into the famous Roman amphitheatre. Built back in the 2nd century AD - it was only discovered in 1972 when a freakish landslide swept through the area. In its heyday the amphitheatre would have help up to 6000 spectators and since restoration the venue often revered as one of Bulgaria's most magical venues is back hosting concerts and special events.