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Varna Horses and Vines Tour
"You will see several different type of horses and have a first coffee break is a farm for horses and exotic animals. Then you will discover the Madara Horseman carved rock dating from the 8th century and included in the UNESCO list of protected monuments. Relief of a horseman has a height of 23 meters above the ground on a 100-meter vertical cliff.Next you will examine and do some tasting in a cellar w from where a magnificent view of the Stara Planina. You will attend training and dressage horses. After a brief stop in the small Orthodox Church 'Holy Trinity' you will visit the 'Stone Forest' a natural phenomenon with unusual stone columns reaching up to six meters in height.""""This horses and vineyards tour is a product that will amaze you with the beauty of the UNESCO site (the Madara Horseman)
From EUR139.00
 
Authentic Bulgaria Full Day from Bucharest
"Start our trip with a stop by a very famous Bulgarian church very near to the Romanian border. The Ivanovo Churches are UNESCO heritage since 1979 and are highly appreciated for the rock-hewn churches and thanks to their impressive XIII-XIV century frescos.After this continue your journey towards the heart of Bulgaria where one of the most amazing cities of this country is located. Veliko Tarnovo is located on the banks of Yantra River also known as the City of Tsars Veliko boasts an impressive fortress with the ruins of the former Tsarevets Palace and the patriarchal church today with modern and intriguing paintings.After Veliko Tarnovo
From EUR100.00
 
Private Day-Trip to Medieval Bulgaria from Bucharest
"You will start the day by going over the border to Bulgaria so be sure to have your passport with you. Your first stop will be at the Ivanovo Rock Churches a UNESCO world heritage site which is actually carved in the rock and has among the best preserved frescoes. Afterwards we visit Veliko Turnovo once the capital of the second Bulgarian empire and also Tsarevets hill with the remains of the castle and church of the Bulgarian Kings. It dates back to the 12th century. Enjoy a walk on Samovodene Artisans Street packed with workshops of locals were y silversmith an icon painter and many more. Many of the workshops are there for 3-4 generations already. The next stop will be the intriguing village of Arbanassi with an included visit to Konstantsalieva house so you can discover the interior from a typical local house. Before setting off for Romania
From EUR115.00
 
 
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