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The Festival of Roses in Bulgaria: Balkania Tour> Organised Tours in Bulgaria> Group Tours in Bulgaria - 11 days
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The Festival of Roses 2012 à partir de 820 €

Circuit: 10 jours / 9 nuits base 2 personnes

Les points forts du voyage

Bulgaria’s nickname-"The land of the Roses", comes from the ancient practice of growing and distilling the rose, with the expertise “nowhere equalled”  in the world, making it still the world's largest producer of rose oil. A worldwide-known festival takes place in the Rose Valley at the first weekend of June. This date coincides with the flowering period, just before the harvest, when the rose fields are the most beautiful  That's really the time to visit the region if the rose industry fires your imagination.
We'll take you on an organized tour around this unique event to discover what makes the country proud in a festive spirit of sharing and conviviality.

This tour allows you to visit  many sites, the most important of which are:

- The Bulgarian capital - Sofia and its sites,the National History Museum
- The town- museum of Koprivshtitsa and its many traditional houses
- The Troyan Monastery
- The city of the Bulgarian Tsars - Veliko Tarnovo and the village of Arbanassi and the Monastery of the Transfiguration
-The village of Bozhentsi , the town of Tryavna, the ethnographic complex Etara and-The Monastery of Sokolovo (overnight stay)
- The Valley of  the Thracian Kings and the Rose Valley with the town of Kazanlak with its  UNESCO classified Thracian tomb, the Church of the Nativity at Shipka. Visit a rose garden.  
- The Festival of Roses
- The town of Plovdiv and its Old Quarter
- The Monastery of Bachkovo
- The town-museum  of Shiroka Laka  and the spa town of Devin
- The Yagodina Cave
- The town of Bansko and the village of Dobarsko with a concert from Dobarski Babi
- The UNESCO classified Rila Monastery
- The service in traditional tavernas

This list is not exhaustive and gives you an idea of ​​what to expect during the trip.
For more details, please see below “Your Trip Day By Day“. You can also download and print the travel sheet on the bottom of this page by clicking Download the detailed program.

Balkania Tour‘s advice:
It's a trip built around the Rose Festival and focuses on the traditional side of  the country. That is why in the second part of the trip, the route passes through the Rhodopes, which will allow you a deeper immersion in the cultural mosaic of Bulgaria.

Attention: The Festival period and more generally The Festival of Roses attracts many people and number of groups. Therefore, visiting some sites, especially in the region of Kazanlak, requires a little bit more time and patience.
Last but not least, it is a 2 in 1 trip. You will not only to have been able  to discover the major sites of the country (excluding Black Sea) during the warmer periods of the year, but you will also have the opportunity to attend a cultural event of international importance.

Bon voyage in Bulgaria with the lines that follow

Votre voyage jour après jour

Day 1- Tuesday, 29th May 2012- SOFIA - Discovery of the Capital

You will be greeted at the airport and then transfered to your 3 * hotel (Hotel Budapest) which has a great location in the city centre near the cultural and historical sites.
Depending on your arrival time, the first day you will discover the capital and the Sofiotes. You will do a panoramic tour or walking downtown  in order to discover the most beautiful historic buildings in the capital..
You will also find the Alexander Nevsky Cathedral and the incomparable collection of icons in the crypt(dating from the 12th to 19th century), , the Russian Church St. Nicolas, St. George Rotunda, the Basilica of St. Sophia, the Church of St. Petka Paraskeva , the Parliament, located in the city centre, the Banya Bashi Mosque, built in 1576.
Before heading back to your hotel you will dine in a nice ,traditional, downtown tavern.

Day 2-Wednesday, 30th May 2012-  SOFIA> KOPRIVSHTITSA>TROYAN -The colourful town

In the morning you will depart for the small colourful town of Koprivshtitsa, which played a major part in the Great Revolution of April 1876 for the liberation from Ottoman rule.
Preserved in its authentic appearance, nestled in the mountains, it is a page of Bulgarian history which deserves to be told. Most houses are built of wood, painted  in bright colours and give a unique touch to this place of rest. House- museums redrawing the glory history of this small town will enrich you. 
You will visit the  house-museums of Lutov and Oslekov which trace the great history of this small town.

In the afternoon  you will cross the Central Balkan by the current pass of Troyan (The Romans had designed this road - Via Traiana linking  Moesia and Thrace to the Aegean Sea- and reach the town of the same name.

The foundation of the city dates back to the early 15th century when Bulgarians settled in this very inaccessible place to escape from the power of the Ottomans. Pottery and woodcarving crafts were among the most developed and allowed the enrichment of the city where talented masters have created beautiful models of the Bulgarian ecclesiastical architecture in the city and the region: for example, The Church of the Assumption in the Monastery of  Troyan  ,once the refuge of Vassil Levski.

Just next to it  is located an  exposition of the arts and trades of the master craftsmen in  the country.  We advise you to visit it because this is also an opportunity to buy some quality souvenirs or valuable objects.

The dinner will take place in a typical tavern.

You will sleep in a very nice3 * hotel in Troyan.(The Mountain Castle)
Stage: 200 km

Day 3 – Thursday, 31st May 2012- TROYAN> VELIKO TARNOVO - The city of the Bulgarian Tsars

In the morning you will leave for the town of  Veliko Tarnovo. The capital of the Second Bulgarian Empire between the 12th and the 14th century was considered the most beautiful city in the Balkans after Constantinople. Destroyed by the Turks in 1393, we can still admire the fortifications.
The city tour is impressive because of  its rich history, natural beauty of the site, its houses hanging above the Yantra River, all in a medieval setting. The visit of the citadel - Tsarevets is a must to enjoy this slice of history.
After lunch you will depart for the classified village- museum of Arbanassi. Hiding high on a plateau, 4km northeast of Tarnovo,and overlooking Tsarevets and Trapezitsa to the south, Arbanassi is one of Bulgaria’s most picturesque villages. It has old beautiful fortress-like stone houses and churches decorated with murals with a high artistic value.  
You can visit one of the finest of Arbanasi’s old houses,the Konstantsaliev house,named after the family who build and owned it. Following restoration work in 1958, the building houses a museum of the lifestyle of the local population in the nineteenth century. 
The beautiful Church of the Nativity from the 15th century and its incredible iconostasis of 3500 characters painted in the 16th to the 18th century is a recommended visit,as is the Monastery of the Transfiguration. Located 6 km from Veliko Tarnovo on a peak,it  is an outstanding example of architecture and icon painting from the period of the Bulgarian national awakening . You will see the  "Judgement Day" and the "life cycle", two compositions of extraordinary value.

You will sleep in Veliko Tarnovo in a beautiful 3 * family run  hotel (Hotel Gurkho)  with an excellent taverna and a magnificent view of the meandering Yantra.

Stage: 100 km

Day 4 – Friday, 1st June 2012-Veliko Tarnovo> Sokolovo - Traditions and Spirituality

Upon entering the Balkan you will pass the  village of Bozhentsi. The village is well known for its preserved architecture, its restored houses with tiled roofs and in "national awakening" style nestled in a natural setting. The local cuisine is also famous - taverns with rich menus and friendly staff.
Your next stop will be the beautiful town of Tryavna . It attracts tourists from Bulgaria and abroad for its rich cultural and historical heritage and for its architecture in the style of the Bulgarian National Revival. Specialized in the decorative arts, its main street is very charming and it will allow you to buy  some original souvenirs.

You will visit some museum houses -Daskalov (1804), Kanchev, Raikov (1846), pass near the school of Slaveikov (1836) with its permanent exhibitions, the Museum of Icon-painting and Woodcarving,the Clock Tower (1814)and the church of  St. Archangel Michael (1819). The lunch will take place in a traditional tavern located in the city centre.

In the afternoon, you will make a stop in the picturesque open-air museum of Etara. It is an ethnographic village created in 1964 which recounts the lifestyle of the region in the 18th and 19th centuries. Artisans are at work here , hammering blades, throwing pots etc. They demonstrate traditional skills and everything they make is for sale. It’s difficult not to admire the interior of the old houses, all in national awakening style and the beautiful vicinity.
We will make the end of the day a little bit special, thanks to the encounter and the visit of the Monastery of Sokolovo, located just 4 km away.
Built in 1833, in a true corner of the paradise, it is richly decorated with frescoes and  it shelters valuable icons .
The master Kolio Fitcheto also contributed to its beauty by building a fountain, a true masterpiece. The tranquillity that prevails and the breathtaking view will help you rise above the material world.

You will spend the night on site to give emotion to your trip and to make your experience  unusual, despite the  Spartan conditions.
 Since there is no restaurant on site, you must first dinner in a tavern in the small village nearby

Stage: 80 Kms

Day 5 and 6-Saturday and Sunday, 2nd and 3rd June 2012- Sokolovo> Kazanlak> Stara Zagora - The Festival of Roses

Through  the Shipka Pass to reach the southern slopes of the Balkan,located on the heights of the Shipka village is one of the places you should not miss. The beautiful Russian Orthodox church (Church of the Nativity) was built by the Bulgarians to thank the Russians for having helped them out of the Ottoman yoke. Here you will have a beautiful view of a portion of the Valley of the Thracian Kings and outlined several Thracian mounds including the royal tomb of Seuthes III - The Great Kosmatka.

Descending into the plain,you are now crossing the Valley of the Thracian Kings,where a stop in  the town of Kazanlak -a veritable repository of the Thracian civilization,is a must. Indeed, it is here that was discovered  the first royal tomb of the time-a world heritage of UNESCO.
Its visit is highly recommended  to  discover this little-known people, which were  the most powerful in Europe and the Mediterranean long before the Romans.
The frescoes in the dome of the tomb are the best preserved of all we have been able to uncover up to date in Bulgaria and Europe in connection with the culture of the Thracians and their art.

The Festival of Roses

You are at the heart of this valley, also called Valley of the Roses.
A worldwide-known festival-The Festival of Roses- takes place here in the first weekend of June. This date coincides with the flowering period, just before the harvest, when the rose fields are the most beautiful  That's really the time to visit the region if the rose industry fires your imagination.
Flowers, colours, ethnic dances and festive events are the ingredients of this event, whose highlight is the crowning of the Rose Queen.
The secret of the”nowhere equalled” quality of  the Bulgarian rose comes from years of development and production. The soil and climate are very favourable to the roses which are from the high Damascena family too.
The rose oil is called "the liquid gold" of Bulgaria, because it is a very expensive product used by many brands of perfume, chocolate, liqueur and jam. The rose oil is three times more expensive than gold. One litre of rose oil is extracted from 3,000 kg of rose. All flowers are hand picked and carefully preserved for distillation.

You will not only participate in the festival during the two days there,but you will also be able to visit a distillery where you will meet a local producer of rose water and lavender.

You will sleep in a beautiful 4 * hotel(Hotel Efir) in the town of Stara Zagora.
Stage: 110 km

Day 7 -Monday, 4th June 2012- KAZANLAK> PLOVDIV - An ancient city

You will continue south towards the ancient city of Plovdiv
 Located in the Thracian plain, on the banks of the river Maritsa and on seven hills,this is the second largest urban centre of population, by area and by its place as a cultural and historical  centre. 
The Old Plovdiv, called the architectural reserve of the 18th and 19th centuries is admired by all visitors. The remains of the Thracian civilization mingle with Roman  monuments, while the old turkish mosques add an oriental flavour to a city where successive  and sometimes antagonist civilizations have managed to combine the best of what they had to offer  to create the original  personality of Plovdiv .
But above all the exceptional group of houses from the era of the national awakening in the "Trimontium" or Old Plovdiv are these  that gives this young and lively city its unique charm.

 A walk along the central pedestrian street of Prince Alexander of Battenberg with its neo-baroque facades will take you to the Church Sts. Constantine and Helena with its icons of the master Zahari Zograf, Djoumaya Mosque, the Roman amphitheatre and the Old Plovdiv.

You will stay in a beautiful ,Baroque style 4 * hotel(Hotel Trimontium), ideally located  at the entrance to the main pedestrian street in the very heart of the city.

Stage: 100 Km

Day 8 – Tuesday, 5th June 2012 PLOVDIV> DEVIN - In the Rhodopes

You will head south,across the Thracian plain to reach the foot of the Rhodope massif and the village of Bachkovo-best known for its famous monastery,so dear to the heart of Bulgaria.

 Founded in 1083 by the Georgian Pakuriani, Byzantine commander, it remained the favourite destination of the Bulgarian tsars.
 “Asleep” under the Ottoman empire, the Monastery continued to receive support and donations from the Christian population. The last renovations took place in the years 1830 - 1840 with frescos from Master Zahari Zograf and his disciples. You can also admire the "miraculous" icon of the Virgin ,which legend claims  to be an authentic portrait of Mary ,painted by the Apostle Luke. The icon plays a central role in celebrations of the name day of the Assumption of the Virgin(August 15),and a ritual procession  to a chapel in the nearby hills 25 days after the Orthodox Easter.

Next you will penetrate the Rhodopes massif, characterized by its round highlands and Pomak and Turkish villages identifiable thanks to the white minarets of their mosques.  You will have time to discover all these beauties as the road in the Rhodopes is sinuous, narrow and unique, which requires an average speed between 35 and 40 km/h
You will then arrive in the village of Shiroka Laka (architectural reserve), known not only  in Bulgaria but also abroad with its original architecture, typical of the Rhodope region, its traditions and its rich musical past.
It is the centre of a small area of five villages (Stoykite, Gela, Stikal and Solichta) where the Christian population is mixed with the Bulgarian Muslims  due to the islamisation of the Rhodopes region during the Ottoman rule - 17th century).

The natural insecurity of the population during the Ottoman period, the national consciousness  and the economic prosperity  reflected in the architecture of the houses  which are of "the big Rhodopes house“ type. They are two stories high, with bay windows and stone chimneys, thick walls, small battered windows and doors ,wooden stairs and a small cellar with shelter.
There are fountains in the middle of their paved courtyards . All this is created with great taste and in harmony with nature.

Just a few kilometers above is  the village of Gela -the legendary birthplace of the mythical singer Orpheus. To follow the music tradition the National School of Folklore Arts was founded in Shiroka Laka. The town of Gela also hosts the International Bagpipe festival in August.

You will get to the town of Devin, situated 34 km of Shiroka Laka. Devin is surrounded by superb scenery and  is famous for its bottled mineral water and the prestigious spa centres. fed by natural mineral water with temperatures ranging from 16 to 76 ° C.

You will sleep in a 4 * SPA hotel (Hotel Ismena). 

Stage: 120 km

Day 9 -Wednesday, 6th June 2012 DEVIN> Bansko> Dobarsko -  Pirin Mountains

The road is still mountainous and very spectacular. In the vicinity, you can pass  the Trigrad Gorge, named after the small town situated nearby. At certain places, the sheer walls overhanging the foaming river form a narrow corridor. "The worry" feeling when facing these immense cliffs will be quickly  replaced by a feeling of pure  “astonishment” in front of the breathtaking beauty of the place. 

This wild terrain abounds in caves and some of them are opened to the public. You will visit the  highly regarded  Yagodina cave, which is part of the magnificent Karst complex of the gorge of the river Buynovska.

To reach your next stop-the small town of Bansko,you will cross a national nature reserve-the Pirin National Park,which covers most of the Pirin mountains in south western Bulgaria and is listed as World Heritage by UNESCO.
Bansko is a small town founded in the 15th century,which manages to mix traditional Bulgarian architecture with holiday-resort flair. This is the newest and the most dynamic of  the Bulgaria’s winter sports resorts which holds the record for snow in both quantity and duration as you can ski here from December 15 to May 15. At an altitude of 925 m,located in the highest and also the most beautiful part of the Pirin Mountain, Bansko offers a stay in a wintry resort where the local people have managed to preserve the originality of its traditions, of its cuisine and craft industry and there are  many cultural events all year around .Its name comes from the old Bulgarian word "ban", which means"master."
The style of Bansko is representative of the rural landscape of  the 18-19 centuries. Unique in their kind fortified houses, are silent witnesses of the independent nature of its former inhabitants. The timber-framed stone houses which hides behind thick walls with stout double doors and loopholes in the walls used for protection are also “home” to one or more of secret hiding places.
Some of these houses are now converted to restaurants(mehana)where dinner is often a show, mixing live music, culinary delights and ancient customs.
Stroll around the old neighbourhood . Visit the typical for Bansko Veljanov house with its magnificent murals. Also, stop at the church of St. Trinity(a great example of the Bulgarian Renaissance in 1885 )and admire its imposing tower.
 Decorative art - painting, woodcarving, was so well developed here that during the Bulgarian Renaissance the town gave birth to its own style.

After 17 km you will arrive at your accommodation, in a quiet and authentic village.
Dobarsko is a small friendly village, surrounded by nature. It offers superb views of the Pirin mountains.
Besides the beautiful scenery, the friendliness of its inhabitants, Dobarsko houses one of the 100 Bulgarian heritage monuments: St. Theodore's Church which dates back  to 1614.
Ecology, nature and authenticity are the words that best describe this village.
The Celebrities of the village are the grandmothers of Dobarsko (Dobarski babi). They perpetuate the songs and customs of the village dressed in the colorful traditional clothes of the region. They will perform for the group in the tavern of a small family hotel that will welcome you for dinner.

Dinner and overnight in a nice 2* hotel (Hotel Dobarsko).
Stage - 130 Km

Day 10 -Thursday, 7th June 2012- DOBARSKO> RILA> SOFIA - Meeting spiritual Rila

In the morning you will leave towards the capital to visit the largest and most famous monastery in the Balkans, the Rila Monastery.

 The monastery  is the  emblematic symbol of the Bulgarian orthodoxy protected by the UNESCO for the quality of its iconostases, its architecture and its history. It is built on the right bank of the river Rilska in the Rila National park. This is the most-visited place in Bulgaria  It occupies an area of 8800 m² ,has  4 sections and 300 cells for monks.  .
The monastery was founded by St. John of Rila in 930, but its structure as we know it dates back to 1335 under the regency of Hrelio whose interior defensive tower still bears his name.
Its arches, columns, woodwork and paintings are of exceptional beauty. The church of the Dormition of the Virgin is regarded as the best decorated in frescoes in Bulgaria. Its carved wooden iconostasis is unique in its kind.

The Monastery Museum introduces us to its long history with objects of great value: icons, holy books, altar crosses  among which  the exceptional Cross of the monk Raphail, sculptured on wood that took him 12 years to finish, Glagolitic manuscripts from the 19th century, the Gospels on parchment from the 13th century.
The monastery is the conservatory of the Bulgarian identity, an emblem of resistance, located in a beautiful setting of forested mountains. Impressive

After  lunch  , you will leave for the capital.
You will  stop in  the residential suburb of Sofia, Boyana, at the foot of Mount Vitosha, to visit the National Museum of History  and to see its collections which will help you understand the long history of Bulgaria.

In the early evening (for a group of 15 persons and above)  you will have the pleasure to attend a concert of the internationally known- "Bulgarian Cosmic Voices ". It is a representation of the famous Bulgarian Voices, directed by Vania Moneva that will  create strong emotions. The concert is completely privatized and the group will perform in a gallery in the historic center.
After dinner,held in the city centre ,you will sleep in the same hotel 3*** that on the day of your arrival .

Stage: 170 Kms

Day11-Friday, 8th June 2012- SOFIA - Departure for UK

Depending on your departure time, you will have some free time before being transferred to the Sofia International Airport and depart for UK.

Prix par période/ par personne/ en chambre double

1) du 02 June au 11 June 820 €

Prix par période/ par personne/ en chambre individuelle

1) du 02 June au 11 June 1000 €
Le prix comprend Le prix ne comprend pas
- Transfer airport - hotel - airport
- Accommodation in 4* hotel,3 *  hotel ,2* family hotels,and monastery(based on double room)
- Full board except drinks from dinner day 1 to breakfast day 11
- Transport by air-conditioned coach or minibus depending on group size
- Visits and entrance fees for museums and sites mentioned in the program
- An English-speaking guide member of the National Association of Bulgarian Guides
- Concert of the Bulgarian Voices  in Sofia for groups over 15 persons
- The return flight ( check prices and book )
- Airport taxes
- The cancellation insurance, repatriation and medical expenses
- The paid options not included in the program
- The tip for the guide(at your discretion)
- Drinks and personal expenses
- Single room supplement- €180

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The order of stages may be changed without notice according to local requirements or certain climatic conditions. Moreover, because of national or religious holidays, some entries of monuments can be limited or eliminated. However, no refund will be considered in such circumstances!

The listed hotels  can be replaced with equivalent accommodation.

from 29th May to 8th June

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