This is the second year I’m hosting a wine and culture trip to Bulgaria, and I’m really excited about what’s in store. We’ll visit some of Bulgaria’s wine regions, from the famous Thracian Valley to the Struma Valley. Small but mighty – that’s Bulgaria’s over 4000 years old viticulture in international comparison. We’ll taste delicious wines made from international grape varieties as well as from native grapes. This is a unique opportunity to experience Bulgarian wines and culture at its best!
Cost: $3,295 per person (double occupancy)
*$350 single occupancy supplement
What to expect
Bulgaria is a rising star in the wine world, making it an ideal destination for wine enthusiasts. Here are some highlights of this wine-centric trip:
WINE AND FOOD: You’ll have the chance to sample Bulgaria’s renowned wines and traditional cuisine, including robust stews, grilled meats, and fresh vegetables. Be prepared to try new dishes!
OFF THE BEATEN PATH: This trip will take you to lesser-known wineries and vineyards, as well as charming towns and villages. You’ll get to experience the unique blend of Eastern and Western European cultures that Bulgaria offers.
MAKING NEW FRIENDS: This trip has a small group size of 12 people maximum, allowing you to connect with your fellow travelers and engage with locals and winemakers.
NOT FOR YOU IF: If you prefer to stay in one place this trip may not be the best fit for you. Additionally, if you’re not interested in spending time with others or have restrictive dietary needs, it may be a challenge to fully enjoy the experience.
Regardless of your preferences, this wine-centric trip to Bulgaria is sure to delight the senses and offer a unique cultural experience.