Bulgaria History Nature Perperikon & Kurdzhali

$52 per person
12 hours
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What's included

Departure Location
in front of your hotel
Return Location
in front of your hotel
Price includes
  • Air-conditioned modern vehicles
  • Insurance
  • Lunch
  • Professional English speaking guide
  • Visit to Perperikon, the history museum in Kurdzhali
Price does not include
  • Tips to guide and driver
  • Day 1
Day 1

8.00 a.m. - Departure in front of your hotel. Thousands of years ago, Perperikon was a massive bald rock. Such rocks drew prehistoric humans like a magnet and became an object of worship. This amazing structure was discovered and documented in April 2001. It is high in the mountain, in a wild, rocky area above the Borovitsa Chalet, some 14 miles from Kurdzali. Ruins from old prehistoric settlement, tombs, palace, city walls, temple – everything started its development some 5000 years ago. Drive to the town of Kurdzhali – the biggest town center in Eastern Rhodopes. Visit to the History museum in the town and free time. Drive back to Sofia in the evening.

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  • Perperikon
  • History museum in Kurdzhali


1 pax 2-3 pax 4-8 pax 9-15 pax 16-24 pax 25-48 pax
301 € 157 € 103 € 64 € 60 € 52 €



  • 570 km round trip


  • Children 5-15 years – 8 EUR.
  • Child under 5years – 70 EUR
  • Students - 8 EUR

Additional information:

  • Prices may be subject to change without prior notice;
  • Advanced booking is required;
  • For groups up to 4 persons, the guide could be also a driver
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Perperikon & Kurdzhali

$52 per person
12 hours

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