Join a Free
Walking Tour
in Sofia

Free Tour Details

HOW IT WORKS

Have you been on a free tour before?

Our guides will show you around the city center of Sofia. You will explore the most iconic buildings and the stories behind them. You will learn about the local culture and you will laugh (we hope) at our jokes. The tour is free of charge, though at the end you can leave us a tip.

MEETING POINT

The Fountain in front of the Presidency

The tour runs every day at 10:00 AM. Our program starts on 01 September! If you are coming earlier, w are sorry we can’t meet you. 😓

NO RESERVATION IS NEEDED. Just show up at the meeting point 10-15 min before 10:00 AM. The meeting point is the Fountain which is in front of the Bulgarian Presidency. You cannot miss it. The exact address is: pl. “Atanas Burov”, 1000 Sofia Center, Sofia (пл. “Атанас Буров, 1000, София).

Tip: You can easily come by foot if you are already in the city center. Or you can take the public transport. The nearest metro station is “Serdica”, both lines 1 and 2.

The guide will be there waiting for you. He/She will be holding the sign with the orange umbrella. In the unlikely case you can’t find the meeting point, call: +359889161799

English

The tour will be in English language. Some of our guides can offer private tours in Russian and Italian. 

Guides

All guides are licensed for the job by the Bulgarian Ministry of Tourism.

Jokes

We don’t do boring. The tour will be informative, but lite. 

Duration

It will take about 2h 30min. typically we make no breaks, but there would be some nice stops alongside. 

Tip

The tour is free, but you can leave a tip at the end. We appreciate it.

Covid-19

Although it is not obligatory any more, we kindly ask you to wear mask during the tour. 

ITINERARY

Sofia is a 6000 years old

This is going to be a pleasant walk around the city and we will cover:

  • The Ruins of Ancient SERDICA
  • Central Mineral Bath
  • Banya Bashi Mosque
  • Former Socialist Headquarters
  • Rotunda of St. George
  • Royal Palace
  • National Theatre
  • Russian Church
  • Basilica of St. Sophia
  • Parliament
  • St. Alexander Nevsky Cathedral
  • Sofia University

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