Airport Transfer to/from Veliko Tarnovo details:
If you choose to have a holiday on the Bulgarian old capital city Veliko Tarnovo, you will need private airport transfer service to Veliko Tarnovo. We offer transfer to/from Veliko Tarnovo for any company at the best prices.
Veliko Tarnovo Transfer Price
|From:||Sedan Up to 4:||Minivan Up to 6:|
|Transfer Veliko Tarnovo to Burgas airport||82 €||98 €|
|Transfer Veliko Tarnovo to Varna airport||80 €||95 €|
|Transfer Veliko Tarnovo to Sofia airport||80 €||96 €|
|Transfer Veliko Tarnovo to Bucharest||74 €||86 €|
|Transfer Veliko Tarnovo to Istanbul||179 €||217 €|
|Transfer Veliko Tarnovo to Thessaloniki||258 €||300 €|
Why to book transfer to/from Veliko Tarnovo 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
- Simple online booking
- English-speaking professional drivers
Price for transfer to/from Veliko Tarnovo
- Chosen vehicle with a driver
- Baby seats if required
- VAT, fuel, paid parking
- Good mood and a lot of impressions
- Food, drinks
- Personal expenses
What we know about Veliko Tarnovo:
Veliko Tarnovo is one of the oldest settlements in Bulgaria, with a history of more than five millennia. The first traces of human presence, dating from the 3rd millennium BC, were discovered on Trapezitsa Hill. Also called the “City of Kings”, Veliko Tarnovo is located on the Yantra River and is known as the historic capital of the Second Bulgarian Empire, attracting many tourists with its unique architecture.
Veliko Tarnovo, originally Tarnovgrad, grew quickly to become the strongest Bulgarian fortification and most prosperous city during the second half of the High and the Late Middle Ages and also most important political, economic, cultural and religious centre of the empire. In the 14th century, the city was described by Bulgarian cleric Gregory Tsamblak as “a very large city, handsome and surrounded by walls, with 12,000 to 15,000 inhabitants”, the fortress of Tsarevets being the primary fortress and strongest bulwark from 1185 to 1393, housing the royal and the patriarchal palaces.