On our daily free walking tour we keep getting asked the same questions:
This is when we started to work on the new tour, we started to research, to attend folklore festivals, to speak to professors of ethnography, to learn new interesting facts about Bulgarian culture, in order to finally put the whole puzzle together. We decided to concentrate on the things that distinguish the Bulgarians and our culture from the rest of the Balkans. This way we formed our top 10 most important things everybody should know about Bulgaria and you will have the chance to experience all of them on our new Culture tour:
We believe that people understand and remember stuff when they are involved in an experience, rather than when they just hear stories. This is why in addition when you attend the 365: Culture tour you will experience Bulgaria through all of your senses:
costs 24 lv. (12 euro) – link for the tour. The tour includes 3 tastings. It is about 3 hours long, during which guests do not only listen but also get to experience our culture. No reservation required, just show up Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday at 11:00am at the Palace of Justice, Sofia.Practical information:
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Аuthor: Ina Paunova
Last update: April 2019
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[…] This year the 365 Association, which stands behind the Free Tours of Sofia and Plovdiv, is launching two new and exciting projects: the Communist Tour and Culture Tour. […]
To anyone who’s going to Bulgaria i would definitely recommend trying some banitsa and bob chorba