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Bus Company will be delighted to show your group Bulgaria which is a Balkan country whose landscapes are rich in contrasts with the coast on the Black Sea, a mountainous interior and rivers such as the Danube. The country's culture is shaped by Greek, Slavic, Ottoman and Persian elements. A long and multi-layered tradition in the fields of dance, music, costume and handicrafts has emerged from these influences. The capital Sofia lies at the foot of the Vitosha Mountains and was founded in the 5th century BC. Founded. Bus rental in Bulgaria by Irro Charter is normally the essential travel companion required when arriving in Bulgaria.

If you decide travel with your tour group bus rental by Coach Charter Europe is best option to travel in Bulgaria. Chartered bus by Coach Charter Europe will ensure your group safe, prompt and enjoyable travel.

Do you need inspiration where to go in Bulgaria? Find here our top 10 places to go in Bulgaria:

  1. Ancient Nessebar

    Nessebar is an ancient and charming city with cobblestone streets, restaurants overlooking the sea, local bars, small parks, historic architecture, archaeological ruins, friendly people, and churches dating from the 4th to the 18th centuries. Spending half a day exploring Nessebar is the best way to see it. Aside from the attractions mentioned above, you can grab a coffee, soda, or ice cream and +take a walk along the harbor or on the pier.

  2. The Rila Monastery

    With a mountain backdrop, the Rila Monastery is a World Heritage Site. Many tourists say that this is the cleanest air they've ever breathed. That alone should make this a tempting choice. You can take a guided tour of the Rila Monastery and learn about the history of the city. You can even see it by yourself and lose yourself in its beauty. The galleries, the old kitchen, the array of weapons, and the art from various eras are the highlights.

  3. The Saint Alexander Nevski Cathedral

    This is a one-of-a-kind place since photography is not permitted. This church is located in the heart of Bulgaria and is famous for its stunning interior. Unfortunately, photography is not permitted there. Seeing the location in a photograph is, of course, nothing like seeing it with your own eyes. If you go to visit, chances are you'll hear the choir singing.

  4. Scuba Diving

    Bulgaria is one of the best countries for outdoor enthusiasts, with its diverse range of mountains, forests, and beautiful Black Sea beaches. Those outdoor activities, however, aren't limited to the property. In Bulgaria, there is also plenty to see and do on the water. Divers will be pleasantly surprised by the variety of dive sites available in the region. Bulgaria's Black Sea dive sites are spectacular, with underwater caves, sunken World War II battleships, underwater forests, and a wide range of marine life, including sea turtles, dolphins, whales, and more.

  5. The Shumen Monument

    The Monument to 1,300 Years of Bulgaria, also known as the Shumen Monument, is a massive monument located on a plateau above Shumen's town. It was built in 1981 to mark the 1,300th anniversary of the First Bulgarian Empire. It stands over the surrounding landscape, dominating it with its traditional cubist and bombastic Communist architecture. It is also known as the Founders of Bulgarian State Monument. Unlike other former Communist monuments in Bulgaria, such as the Buzludzha Monument (see below), this one has been preserved after Communism's demise.

  6. Sofia
  7. Plovdiv old Town

    Plovdiv Old Town, which was recently named the European Capital of Culture for 2019, has a lot to give. You can find yourself strolling down cobblestone streets and ducking into antique stores and museums. There is also an Ottoman mosque and a Roman amphitheater. Allow 1-2 hours to explore this breathtaking area, or consider staying overnight at one of these fantastic Plovdiv accommodations to give yourself more time to explore. Don't miss out on the breathtaking architecture.

  8. Vitosha Mountain

    Vitosha Mountain, Bulgaria's third-highest peak at 7,513 feet, is a national park with skiing and hiking opportunities. If you choose the former and are inexperienced, don't worry; you can take lessons from a ski school. If you're hiking in the warmer months, don't forget to stop at the waterfall.

  9. Bulgarian Festival

    Bulgaria, a country with a centuries-old past and ancient rituals and customs, is unquestionably a "festival destination." Bulgarians are extremely proud of their heritage, and they never miss an opportunity to celebrate and highlight it. Attending a typical Bulgarian festival is one of the best things to do in Bulgaria, from dancing barefoot on smoldering embers to chasing evil spirits away to traditional dancing, folklore parades, food-focused activities, and even a bagpipe festival.

  10. Burgas

    Burgas (or Bourgas) is the second-largest Bulgarian city along the Black Sea and the country's fourth largest. Burgas has become a kind of haven for Bulgaria's diving scene, as it is mostly used as a transit point for non-diving visitors to smaller resort towns north and south of it along the coast. It has long stretches of largely empty beaches, beautiful and well-kept seafront parks, and very affordable lodging choices for the budget-conscious traveler. It's ideal for a long-term diving vacation.

  11. Sozopol Old Town

    You'll be walking on cobblestone streets once more, giving you the impression that you've been transported back in time to a far simpler time. Quality food can be found at harbor-side restaurants, wooden homes, and cafes, as well as warm and welcoming people. This information may seem simple, but that is the beauty of Sozopol Old Town – its simplicity. Don't pass it up!

  12. Bus charter Europe will pick you and your group from five Bulgaria airports or any other place in and around the country. With our airport shuttle it will take just few minutes to get inside the city and start to enjoy your holidays in Bulgaria. We are the airport shuttle that gives you flexibility while you can create your individual tour with your group. Our airport shuttle would be the wise partner to have when traveling around Bulgaria.
    Sent us your inquiry now and we will check prices and availability for you in order to give you the best price for your trip to Bulgaria.

Deborah Ellis

Deborah Ellis - Author

Bus Charter Expert

Irro Blog

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