Free Plovdiv Tour

Explore the best of Plovdiv in 2 hours full of fun!

Free Plovdiv Tour

START: Plovdiv City Hall (“Free Plovdiv Tour” on Google Maps)

No Reservation Required! Just Show Up!

You can join us:
EVERY DAY at 11AM

On-demand private tours are also available. Please contact us.

The free English language sightseeing walking tour of one of Bulgaria’s oldest cities, organized by 365 Association.

The sightseeing tours of Plovdiv are organized by guides from a non-profit organization. Every tour is both fun and educational, the perfect introduction to the city and its thousands of years of history. Approved by Tourist Service Municipal Company at Plovdiv Municipality.

EVERY DAY at 11AM

Duration: around 2 hours

Meeting point: Plovdiv City Hall (Free Plovdiv Tour on Google Maps)

 

No booking needed! Just show up! Our free walking tours run all year round, no matter the weather conditions (incl weekends, national holidays, Christmas, Easter, etc)

If you are an organized group of ten people (10+), please contact us at least 24 hrs in advance to get information on our private tours policy. The idea of Free Plovdiv Tour is to show the city to individual travelers and small groups. For organized groups 10+ our Association will arrange a tailor-made tour for you. Otherwise, our guides have the freedom of refusing your participation.

E-mail: groups@365association.org

Organized Groups Tel.: (+359) 988 920 461

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Our Guides

Plamena
Plamena

Plamena used to be an architect. Then, 7 years ago, came to Plovdiv for a little and still hasn’t left. She now teaches the Bulgarian language to foreigners and works as a tour guide to share all the reasons why she loves the city.

Niki
Niki

Niki is a travel enthusiast who always comes back to her beloved Plovdiv. She is a first-generation local who only moved away to Sofia to get her law degree.

Mila
Mila

Mila was born in Plovdiv and it was her passion for languages and cultures that determined her career path – apart from being a tour guide, she teaches English at the Plovdiv University and works as a translator and proofreader.

Velis
Velis

Velis is a local. He’s also a professional musician – the one in the symphony orchestra with tuxedo or tails. He loves motorcycles and of course he loves nice beer – chillin’ in the spirit of Aylak!

Alex
Alex

Alex was born and raised in a small town on the cost of the Danube river. He moved to Plovdiv because of the rich culture that the city had to offer, and fell in love with it at first sight.

Nenko
Nenko

Being born in Plovdiv and then growing up in the USA, Nenko utilizes the best of both cultures to present a tour which is both amusing and informative. In his free time he plays with music and studies molecular biology.

Pavel
Pavel
Pavel was born in Plovdiv some time ago and lived here for some time. Then he studied in the UK and Czech Republic in university, passed through Sofia for an year after his graduation and then came back to Plovdiv, where he’s been living ever since.

 

Iliya
Iliya
Iliya is born and raised in Plovdiv, lived all his life so far in the city. He's always dreamt about being on stage, and is forever in love with his hometown.
Dani
Dani
Dani’s a guide for the two projects that our organization has in Plovdiv. He considers himself half- local as he has spent one third of his life in Plovdiv.
Tsveta
Tsveta
Tsveta was born in a small town close to the seaside, but has lived in Plovdiv for over 15 years now. And she has come to love the town of the seven hills as her own.
Adi
Adi
Adi was born in Plovdiv and, even though she travelled a lot, she still sees the city as one of the most beautiful places she has been to. She graduated from Plovdiv University with a degree in Psychology.

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