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Combine Communist history and local wine on 4-hour, small-group walking tour of Varna that offers a guided introduction to the town’s socialist-era monuments. Visit the Retro Museum to see artifacts from daily life under Communist rule, then taste three Bulgarian wines and get the inside scoop on the budding Bulgarian wine industry.
If you love wine as much as you like walking, you’re in luck on this cultural sip-and-stroll tour of Varna. In a group of no more than eight, join your guide on a liquid journey of discovery, including no fewer than three separate tastings of Bulgarian wine. Along the way, explore Varna Archaeological Museum, the Roman Baths of Odessos, and the Cathedral of the Assumption of the Virgin.
Be fascinated by the best and expert guide in Varna to show you around the place in hunt for Pokemons in unique surroundings in the sea capital of Bulgaria. All at your own pace and flexible starting time.
With thousands of years of history behind them, Bulgaria’s wines are increasingly recognized as some of Europe’s most interesting. Sip classic vintages as you explore the scenic old town of Varna, Bulgaria’s third city. Along the way, learn how the French soldiers who flocked here during the Crimean War helped shape the city’s architecture.
Treat your taste buds to traditional Bulgarian cuisine and wines on a 4-hour walking tour of Varna, led by a local food-expert guide. Lift the lid on the city’s tempting cuisine and its history as you stroll the bustling streets, and visit up to six food haunts to taste specialities such as rustic spelt bread, sweet pastries, and more. Wrap up your culinary tour with a delicious Bulgarian wine tasting at a traditional wine cellar. A hearty appetite is compulsory! Numbers are limited to eight people for a small-group experience.