Free Sofia Tour would be working with normal hours during the upcoming holidays in Bulgaria (3rd-6th of March). Every day at 18:00 and both at 11:00 and 18:00 on Saturday and Sunday. See you when you get there 🙂
Due to unforeseen circumstances one of our volunteers could not make it this morning in time! We are really sorry for this inconvenience! A back-up was quickly provided and the tour proceeded despite a minor delay 🙂 Hopefully everyone who wanted to join us today managed to participate. If not, please join us tonight at 18:00 and accept our humble apology! Thanks for the understanding!
Free Sofia Tour was presented successfully by Vanya at the third edition of the OpenCoffee Bulgaria Demo Day in Sofia among other interesting projects 🙂 We came a long way during these 6+ months and we would keep pushing forward! Special thanks to the organizers and all the participants for the support!
You can now follow the latest info about Sofia (things to do, must-see/visit places, ‘breaking’ news etc.) as well as updates about Free Sofia Tour activity on Twitter. For the time being the tweets are automatically generated by the Facebook to Twitter. If you decide to tweet about us, make sure you mention (@FreeSofiaTour) us. You can also share blog posts with just one click.
”Ако спечеля, печеля за цял народ, ако загубя, губя само мене си.” (Words of our national hero: “If I win, I win for all our people. If I lose – I lose only myself.”) More here: Bulgaria Commemorates National Hero Vasil Levski
As lovers celebrate St Valentine’s Day, many Bulgarians insist February 14 should be reserved for a traditional Bulgarian celebration – the feast of St. Trifon Zarezan, the patron of vine growing and wine producing. You can choose between two reasons to celebrate tonight after our tour. Or combine them 🙂 Happy St. Valentine’s Day and happy Trifon Zarezan! Source: Bulgarians Happy to Celebrate Both Love and Wine