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Kensington Tours

Project Description


Bulgaria forms part of the Balkans in south-eastern Europe. It borders Romania to the north (along the Danube River), Greece to the south, and the Black Sea to the east. The first Bulgarian kingdoms date back to the early Middle Ages, and the First Bulgarian Empire (632–1018) established the traditions, culture and language that exists to this day. Centuries later, with the decline of the Second Bulgarian Empire (1185–1422), Bulgarian kingdoms came under Ottoman rule for nearly five centuries. The Russo-Turkish War of 1878 led to the re-establishment of a Bulgarian state as a constitutional monarchy. Following the Young Turk Revolution, Bulgaria declared her independence from the Ottoman Emipre in 1908. After World War II, in 1945 Bulgaria became a communist state and part of the Eastern Bloc. In 1990 the Communist party gave up its power and Bulgaria transitioned to democracy and free-market capitalism. It joined the EU in 2007. The capitol of Sofia is a prime tourist attraction, along with the the seaside resort town of Varna.


Bulgaria Tours 2018 - 2019 - St. Alexander Nevski Cathedral
Dive deeper into Europe for a truly enriching experience as you discover Bulgaria with a private guide, a gem of the Balkans, boasting exceptional landscapes and traditions.

5 days from $1,295 per person*

  • Explore the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Rila Monastery.
  • Discover the ruins of the ancient Roman Theater in Plovdiv.
  • Embark on a private guided city tour of the highlights of capital, Sofia.
  • Private transfers throughout.
  • Featuring expertly selected premium hotels.


Bulgaria Tours 2018 - 2019 - Bulgaria & Romania Highlights
Explore Europe off the beaten track with an exceptional journey through the Balkans, discovering the highlights of Bulgaria and Romania with a private guide.

11 days from $3,520 per person*

  • See the world-renowned Parliament building of Bucharest.
  • Private guided city tour of Sofia, capital of Bulgaria.
  • Explore the cobbled streets and alleyways of numerous medieval Balkan towns.
  • Visit Romania’s stunning Peles Castle and Bran Castle (Dracula fame).
  • Featuring expertly selected premium hotels.