In 2008 I have started working in Communication Department of Bulgarian national authority. Part of my work was organisation of international events such as conferences, seminars, committee meetings, visits of official delegations in the country. It is for this reason why I began guiding. By doing this, I not only offer high quality of services, but also share my passion of Bulgarian history, traditions, politics and economics and how Bulgarians are related and are connected with the rest of the world.
I can offer customised tours and accommodate your requests as to transfers, translation and interpreting services, preparation of programs of business visits, and other protocol related services.
Sofia was a Roman provincial capital and played significant role in the first centuries of Christianity. The city was positioned on the Via Militaris (aka Via Diagonalis) road from Antiquity until the twentieth century.
Sofia was chosen as a capital of the freed Bulgarian princedom by the first Bulgarian Grand Assembly in 1879. In the last 140 years, it experienced an economic and demographic boom. I welcome you to discover it with me. . . .
Tourist guide license No. E-01213 / 12.03.2018 issued by the Ministry of Tourism of the Republic of Bulgaria and valid for the territory of Bulgaria. Languages: English, Russian and Bulgarian. The license could be verified at: http://ntr.tourism.government.bg/Web/Certificates.nsf/guides.xsp
Between 1996 and 2012 I have studied master and PhD programs in History, Slavonic Studies and Economics in Bulgaria and the United Kingdom.
I have a standard unrestricted driving license (Bulgarian classification is Class B).
I have no restrictions and can offer walking tours as well as by car in Sofia and other cities.