Bridge and River near Veliko Tarnovo in Bulgaria

Bulgaria holidays & tours

In the far south-eastern corner of Europe, Bulgaria is one of the continent’s hidden jewels. The mighty River Danube forms much of the border between Bulgaria and its northern neighbour, Romania. On the Bulgarian side, you'll find the historic town of Vidin, watched over by its well-preserved medieval castle, and the elegant city of Ruse, known as ‘Little Vienna’ for its grand neoclassical architecture. From here you can take excursions to the wild Rusenski Lom Nature Park and Bulgaria’s medieval capital, Veliko Tarnovo, still dominated by the impressive Tsarevets fortress.

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Our holidays in Bulgaria are part of longer cruises that take you along the Danube or Black Sea coast. Sail the Danube's eastern stretches on a laid-back river cruise, visiting Budapest, the wildlife-filled Danube Delta and a host of historic, tradition-rich towns along the way. Or opt for a round-trip ocean cruise from Athens, stopping at the likes of Odessa, Istanbul and Kusadasi - we combine it with a short tour in Greece, allowing you time to explore the Acropolis in Athens and the ancient hilltop sanctuary at Delphi. 

Whichever holiday you choose, you'll enjoy an expertly planned itinerary and a selection of handpicked excursions, plus our signature door-to-door transfers to ensure your trip is effortless from start to finish. 

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Our award-winning collection of holidays covers all seven continents, with carefully planned itineraries ranging from rail journeys and river cruises, to small-group adventures and trips exclusively for solo travellers.

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