Day tour to Plovdiv is a great opportunity to spend your day as you prefer it: quietly wandering through the old streets of the city, enjoy Bulgarian cuisine in local cafes and restaurants or climb one of the hills and watch the city from above. Plovdiv is a city in which you want to return again and again. No wonder he was chosen the cultural capital of Europe in 2019. With its seven hills and its 3000 years of history, Plovdiv is related with Rome and Athens, but possesses its own charm. City keeps signs of different eras that it experienced: Thracian fortress, Roman amphitheatre, mosque from Ottoman times, Soviet monument to a soldier, medieval narrow streets, as well as modern art museums and exhibitions.
Pick up: tour can start from any address in Sofia.
Tour Duration: 6 to 8 hours. Depends on the number of stops and time spent at attractions.
Price: from €160 for a group for up to 4 people. Will vary depending on your chosen vehicle type, number of passengers. Price you can check in the table below.
Accepted payment methods: cash.
All our tours are individual. It means you are travelling in your company without other people. Thus, you can independently choose the route, how much time to spend in one place or another, where and when to make a stop to refresh and have lunch.
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Price for day tour to Plovdiv
- Chosen vehicle with a driver
- Baby seats if required
- VAT, fuel, paid parking
- Good mood and a lot of impressions
- Entry tickets
- Food, drinks
- Personal expenses
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Plovdiv is one of the most beautiful cities in the Balkans, it has an ancient history of almost 3,000 years. It is one of the major Bulgarian cities and is located in the south of the country, on the banks of the Maritsa River, about 150 km south-east of the Bulgarian capital Sofia.
One of the main historical symbols of Plovdiv is Ancient Amphitheatre. Theatre can accommodate 5,000 to 7,000 spectators, and is still used today, where in our time are held festivals and holidays.
Especially interesting is to walk through the “Old Plovdiv”. A few quarters make up the whole architectural complex “Old Plovdiv”, which is an “open-air museum”. Here you can feel the atmosphere of the city of the period of the Bulgarian Renaissance. In a small area there are well-preserved houses, some of which have been turned into museums.
Another period in the history of Bulgaria can be recalled, looking at the magnificent Dzhumaya Mosque. Dzhumaya Mosque is one of the oldest Ottoman cult buildings on the Balkans. It is also among the largest – an impressive rectangular building whose salon is 33 to 27 meters in size. It is located in the centre, next to the ancient stadium. The temple impresses all tourists with its scale, which for the Middle Ages seems to be incredible. Nine domes, which are completely covered with lead, crowned walls of double brick and ashlar.
It is also interesting to visit the monument to Soviet soldier, who are called “Alyosha” here, 11,5 meter soldier located on the Bunardzhik hill is a sculpture of a Soviet soldier in full height, whose gaze is turned to the East. You can climb to it freely, although this is not too easy, especially in the summer heat. But from above you will be rewarded with a panorama of streets, parks and squares spread out on a hill.