Communist Bulgaria Tour
Start for private tours Bulgaria. For Communist Bulgaria Tour the guide will meet you at the airport in Sofia. Then you will leave for the town of Pravets as it is the first place to visit on communist Bulgaria tour.
Pravets is the birthplace of Bulgaria’s longtime communist leader Todor Zhivkov. It is also the hometown of Pravets computers. Then, Varshets which is this is the oldest spa resort in Bulgaria. It is founded around a mineral spring. Varshets is famous for its mineral springs, mild mountain climate, beautiful scenery and a large well-kept park. Overnight in Varshets.
In the morning we will leave for the small town of Yablanitsa. Bulgarians know the place as the centre for traditional production of confectionery, halva and Turkish delight, lokum. Then comes Kozloduy. It is not a big town situated on the Danube River. It is best known for the Nuclear Power Plant built in the 1970s.
A visit to the plant. Next, our journey will proceed to the town of Pleven where we will visit the “Pleven Epopee 1877” Panorama Museum. It is the only monument of the kind on the Balkan Peninsula. It depicts the events of the Russian-Turkish War of 1877–78 and it stands on the actual battlefield. Check in into the hotel and overnight in Pleven.
We will start the day with a short journey to the town of Lovech. There we will visit the first virtual Museum of Water in Europe. The old Deli Hamam bath in the town, now houses the unique water museum. Our next stop will be Lyaskovets. The town is famous for the wine production.
There we will visit the winery museum. Therefore there will be wine tasting. Back on the road and back to the world of communism. The village of Mindya is a beautiful place at the foot of the Stara Planina Mountain. It houses the first Museum of Communism in Bulgaria. Overnight in Veliko Tarnovo.