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At Rila Monastery in January

Posted by Victor Kostov on Wednesday, January 14, 2015, In : Monthly Overview 
We had a wonderful day at the Monastery - no crowds, no loud noise, sunny weather and hot soup for lunch. We have tour to Rila Monastery every day in January!
Book here: www.RilaMonasteryShuttle.com
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USA Today: Tours of Sofia

Posted by Iliana Petrova on Monday, December 9, 2013, In : Monthly Overview 

Tours of Sofia, Bulgaria

Annabella Gualdoni, Demand Media
V Travel is very happy to have an article written for our services in USA Today online magazine. This is a recognition for our efforts to provide great Sofia Tours service.
The full article published in USA Today you can read here:
Sofia became Bulgaria's modern capital in 1879, after taking over the position from the city of Veliko Turnovo. It is now Bulgaria's largest city as...

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V Travel fleet branding

Posted by Victor Kostov on Wednesday, November 13, 2013, In : Monthly Overview 
V Travel has branded some more vehicles to make them easy to recognize for your tour in Bulgaria or Sofia airport transfer. This picture is taken next to our V travel office (next to Vitosha boulevard). This particular vehicle from the V travel fleet is one of our most ecological cars Euro 5 minimum emissions.
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Rila Monastery Shuttle Tour continues in winter

Posted by Victor Kostov on Friday, November 1, 2013, In : Monthly Overview 
V travel has been operating Rila Monastery Shuttle for 4 years and this daily tour from Sofia has become very popular among Bulgaria visitors. In cooperation with our trusted partner, V travel has been able to offer this wonderful tour every day during the Summer (April-October). Now we will continue to offer a daily guaranteed depature in the winter season from November till March with a great new feature - free hotel pick-up to avoid waiting in the cold. Please note the winter rate would be...
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