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Thermae Bath & Rila Monastery Visit

Thermae Overview The Sapareva Bania village thermae complex Kotvata is one of the best places to enjoy warm healthy mineral water springs both in Summer and Winter. The complex is ideal for children and adults to relax by the pool with a beer. Your Day At Rila Monastery & Sapareva Bania Therme At 9:00 am […]

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Serbia and Macedonia tour from Sofia

Serbia and Macedonia Road Trip Overview This is a self-guided tour with English-speaking driver who will take you to Serbia and Macedonia in just one single day from Sofia! You will drive into Serbia to a small town for a quick picture and then you will visit a Monastery (Osogovo) in Macedonia where you can […]

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Skopje Day Tour

Skopje Overview Skopje, the largest city in Northern Macedonia, will amaze you with its long and captivating history, which has been shaped from its turbulent past. The city has always been desired from the empires, which have been fighting for supremacy above it and to proclaim it part of their lands. Thus Skopje today is […]

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Rila Monastery Shuttle Tour

Rila Monastery & Boyana church Shuttle Tour Book 24h or more in advance and get a 10% discount for your Rila Monastery day tour! Rila Monastery is the most visited sightseeing place in Bulgaria, a UNESCO world heritage sight since 1981. V Travel has been offering the original Rila Monastery & Boyana church shuttle tour […]

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Plovdiv Group Tour

Every Sunday all year round Plovdiv overview Plovdiv has existed as a settlement for 8000 years becoming a town during the Troyan war around 3000 years ago. It is one of the oldest towns in Europe and is dated back to the same times as Troya and Mikena. For a short period of time in […]

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Nis Day Tour

NIS Overview Niš is the third largest city in Serbia (former Yugoslavia) and it is one of the oldest cities in the Balkans and Europe, and from ancient times has been considered a gateway between the East and the West. It was named Navissos by the Scordisci in 279 BC, after an invasion of the Balkans. The city was among several taken in the Roman conquest in […]

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