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Starting time is flexible and can be arranged with the guests. During the tour you will see emblematic sights in Sofia related to communism such as: National Palace of Culture, former Headquarter of the Communist Party, State Archive Agency, Central Department Store, etc. The tour offers a balanced look over the socialist past of Bulgaria.
Centrally located Sofia hotels.
Flexible depending on your preferences.
English speaking driver/guide
Ride with the Trabant during the tour
Hotel pickup and drop-off (selected hotels only)
Food and drinks
Confirmation will be received at time of booking
A maximum of 3 people per booking
For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.
Found out about this tour during a previous visit to Sofia, and was keen to join, as I was keen to have a ride in a Trabant.
The guides Evo, and Chris were fantastic. The tour was lead primarily by Evi, who we found to...More
I have travelled extensively for 40 years. 700 flights, 50+ countries.
I have to say this one of the very best tours I have ever been on. The guide had an intimate knowledge of what is a specialist subject. He educated and entertained us for...More
Me and two friends (all in our mid twenties) did this tour on our last day in Sofia and thought it was fab! It was very interesting, and walked you around a lot of the city, and the ride in the Trabbi at the end...More
My friend and I had the chance to join this tour during our visit to Sofia. Danny and Evo was entertaining and made the tour enjoyable although the topic was about communism in the early days. Best part of the tour was we got to...More
I had the pleasure of taking this tour with Danny and Evo, and enjoyed every second. I particularly enjoyed hearing stories about life under the Communists, and Danny is an interesting and engaging story teller. One of the highlights, as many others have noted, is...More