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Sofia Plovdiv Transfer

Transfer Sofia Plovdiv details:

If you decide to visit the European capital of culture 2019 – Plovdiv. Do not forget to book private transfer Sofia airport to Plovdiv in advance. We offer transportation with new, comfortable cars and professional drivers from Sofia to Plovdiv for any company .

Distance from Sofia to Plovdiv: 150 km
Transfer time from Sofia to Plovdiv: 2 h

To:Up to 4:Up to 6:
Sofia airport to Plovdiv60 € 80 €

Why to book private transfer Sofia Plovdiv with Iksam:

  • Price doesn’t change at the last moment, our prices are fixed per kilometre
  • Not require CREDIT CARD details
  • Paying in cash at the end of transfer or online, paying in currency that you prefer.
  • NO prepayment, and it is mean free cancellation of booking
  • We will meet you at the airport with nameplate
  • We always check the schedule and will be at the airport in time
  • Free child seats for our little travellers
  • We accept reservations 24/7
  • English-speaking professional drivers

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Price for transfer Sofia Plovdiv

includes:

  • Chosen vehicle with a driver
  • Baby seats if required
  • VAT, fuel, paid parking
  • Good mood and a lot of impressions

not includes:

  • Food, drinks
  • Personal expenses
  • Tips

Why is a private Sofia airport to Plovdiv transfer a better choice than a shuttle, taxi or public transport?

When you book airport transfer to Plovdiv with Iksam Travel, our driver will be waiting for you at the airport with nameplate, he will help you with the luggage and drive directly to your address. If your flight is delayed or baggage claim take long time, he will wait you. You do not need to wait for anyone, as happens with a shuttle transfer. Also you can stop for refreshments on the way.

There is no need to hurry to the station so as not to miss the bus to Plovdiv or to wonder which taxi to take in order for the driver to be reliable. We provide you transportation from Sofia airport to Plovdiv with new and comfortable vehicles. Our drivers are English-speaking, experienced, professional, punctual and courteous.

About Sofia

Sofia is the capital of Bulgaria, the largest city in the country. Sofia is one of the oldest European capitals. Its history dates back to around the 7th millennium BC. In the VI-V century BC. There was a Neolithic settlement here. It is the 14th largest city in the European Union, located in the west of the country near the Sofia Valley and at the foot of Vitosha Mountain, the city is home to more than 1 million 250 thousand people. The city’s average altitude is 550 meters above sea level, the climate is moderate and continental, characterized by cold winters and relatively cool summers. The average temperature in January is 1 degree below zero Centigrade, and the average July temperature is 20 degrees Centigrade.

About Plovdiv

Day trip to Plovdiv, iksam, transfers and tours around Bulgaria, trip from SofiaPlovdiv is one of the oldest cities in Europe, located in southern Bulgaria, on both banks of the Maritsa River. Plovdiv is about three thousand years old. The second largest city in the country, Plovdiv, is a major railway and automobile junction in Bulgaria. On its territory harmoniously coexist old architectural buildings and structures of the modern era. About two hundred ancient buildings have the status of historical monuments and are under state protection. Its rich cultural heritage is invaluable not only for the country itself, but also for the world as a whole.

Frequently Asked Questions

There are several options how to get from Sofia to Plovdiv:

  1.  Bus from Sofia Central Station 
  2.  Private or shared transfer (€58 – €68). You can book private airport transfer from Sofia airport to Plovdiv here.
  3.  Rent a car
  4.  Take a taxi(“OK” Taxi, also is “Yellow” Taxi)

Plovdiv is the cultural capital of Bulgaria, so yes, Plovdiv is a must visit! Plovdiv has always been and still remains a place where cultures mixed, traces of which are still visible today. The city interestingly combines the times of the Thracians (Thracians) and the Romans, continuing the period of the Ottoman Empire and ending with the present day.