The Northwest region of Bulgaria is located north of Sofia – the capital of the country. It includes parts of the magnificent Stara Planina (Balkan Mountains) and Danubian Plain, and it reaches the north border of Bulgaria where Danube river passes. One of it’s biggest towns is Vratsa, nestled in the Balkan Mountains, and the other is Vidin – a port town on the southern bank of the Danube.

When it comes to nature, history, traditions, food and winemaking, the Northwest region is probably the most authentic and preserved region in Bulgaria. Here you can visit Belogradchik – a town famous for it’s rock formations; Baba Vida Castle – Bulgaria’s best preserved medieval castle which was built on the spot of a large Ancient Roman fortress; Chiprovtsi – mountain town famous for its carpets, known locally as kilimi, which are hand-woven on vertical looms; caves Magura and Venetsa; Pravets – another picturesque mountain town and Sofia – the ever-changing, busy capital of Bulgaria.

Incentive possibilities:

  • Wine tasting
  • Off-roading
  • Balloon rides

Team building activities:

  • Bread in the dark
  • Golf academy competition
  • Carpet weaving

Check our tailor-made program – Highlights of Northwestern Bulgaria.

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Ever Growing Never Aging

Sofia is a city with a 7000-year history, which makes it a unique phenomenon in Europe, and places it among the settlements dating back to most distant antiquity. It has the hectic atmosphere of a big capital city and a compact centre where all main sites can be visited on foot. Roads from all parts of the world have been meeting here – peoples have come and gone, civilizations have advanced and declined, but the city has remained.
Sofia is the only European capital with a mountain within 20 min. from the city center. Sofia is Bulgaria’s capital and its largest city.

Sofia is an ideal destination for unique and bespoke meeting and incentive programs. Its guests can take advantage of the destination’s modern facilities that are complemented by the traditional local hospitality. It offers excellent conditions for international congresses, symposiums, meetings, conferences, exhibitions, incentive trips and teambuilding activities in its more than 25 high quality hotels of four and five stars, some of them branded with world-famous hotel chains with well equipped halls of different size and capacity. Planners seeking exceptional, unique and unconventional ideas for their corporate events are spoilt for choice with a huge range of facilities and social activities on offer.

sofia-bulgaria-cityIncentive possibilities:
• Green Sightseeing of Sofia with bikes with a stop for a treat with a typical pastry produced by roses – Rosa Damascena Tea, Cheesecake with Rosa Damascena Jam, etc.
• Unforgettable concert of acapel Cosmic Voices Choir with a glass of champagne in the National Art Gallery.
• Retro tram ride and Summer Food Festival at open air in Vitosha Mountain
• Corona Express retro train trip to the picturesque countryside
• Dinner in the sky
• Private charter flights for a meeting or 2-hour trip over the country



Team building activities:
• Icon painting classes
• Cooking Master classes
• Off-road safari in Vitosha Mountain
• Rafting and Canyoning
• Snow Olympics and Winter Festival with snow bar
• Snowmobiling and Snow-tubing
• Golf Academy
• Communism Heritage Photo Challenge
• Cocktail Challenge
• Prime Time



black sea bulgaria


For decades the Black Sea Coast has rightfully been the most popular, the most preferred and the most visited Bulgarian destination, owing to the remarkable qualities of the region: 380 km of beaches, 240 – 300 hours of sunshine in the summer season, average daily temperature of the air – 23 – 25oC and of the water 23 – 25oC. Renowned world-famous resorts in Bulgaria offer excellent quality products at affordable prices, supreme conditions, All Inclusive packages and various entertainment. In the surroundings one can enjoy the beautiful scenery with a rich flora and fauna, dense forests and numerous of mineral springs. The cultural history of the Black Sea coastline is very rich and ancient and there are so many evidences and vestiges from the past of highly developed civilizations settling and dwelling in these areas thousands of years ago: marks of ancient cities, sites of ancient towns, fortresses, ruins and necropolis, preserved parts of the old Hellenic culture columns and Thracian cultural centres as well as many medieval fortresses.

The Pearl of the Black Sea

Situated in a beautiful Black Sea bay, Varna, the second largest city in Bulgaria by population, is an attractive place for holding congresses, conferences, scientific and business events. The combination of congress facilities in the city, a nearby airport, modern hotels in the Golden Sands and the St. Constantine resorts, a gorgeous beach strip, and numerous historical and cultural attractions in the area, are all a strong prerequisite for the city to be chosen for the venue of your next business event.

Incentive possibilities:

• Exclusive dinner at the ex-royal palace Euxinovgrad
• Yachting to a virgin beach and picnic in the nature
• Folklore dinner with unique fire dance show
• Pirate`s party on a replica of Columbus first ship
• Horse riding
• Wine tasting in a chateaux
• Monorail ride through the salterns of Atanasovsko lake Reserve.
• Boat trip over the river with snacks and drinks

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Team building activities:

  • Beach Olympics
  • Survivor theme competition in an isolated beach
  • Jeep Treasure hunting
  • Pirates party
  • Parasailing
  • Yacht Regatta
  • Visit an authentic Bulgarian village and boiling of typical Bulgarian brandy “rakiya” and traditional gastronomy masterclass
  • Visit the most popular Bulgarian sea resorts.

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bulgarian mountains


The mountains constitute a significant part of Bulgaria and are dominant in the southwest and central parts of the country. The most famous ski-resorts without doubt are: Bansko and Borovets.

Bansko is Bulgaria’s No1 ski resort, having the best and most modern ski centre. It is just 160 kilometers away from Sofia. During the recent years a big investment in a brand new skiing area has been made. Bansko has the best snow record and the longest ski season from mid December till May of all Bulgarian ski resorts. A brand new resort area with super luxury hotels and holiday apartments is being developed just opposite the Gondola lift, which also makes Bansko the resort with the best hotels.

Borovets is the oldest Bulgarian winter resort with a history from 1896. It is situated in the eastern part of Rila mountain. Usually the slopes of Borovets have snow cover from mid December till April. The distance from Sofia is only 72 km. The ski runs are 45 kilometers various in difficulty and length. Borovets is full of bars, cafes, night clubs, and discos.

Incentive possibilities:

• Winter BBQ Festival with live music and ice bar
• Train trip during the mountains
• Cable car riding with lunch in a hut and biking down
• Mountain SPA, massage in sunbeds in the mountain
• Visit the former Royal Palace – Royal Bistritsa
• Horse riding
• Visit the Dancing Bears Park
• Golf

Team building activities:

• Snow tubing
• Winter funny Olympic games
• Snowmobile adventure rally
• Make an igloo
• Ski race
• Rafting and Canyoning
• Learning bulgarian folk dances, horo and woodcarving workshop



plovdiv city

The Town on Seven Hills

Plovdiv is the third Bulgarian city in population, size and significance, after the capital Sofia. The city lies on seven hills which are noticeable from quite a distance. The hills, as well as the old town of Plovdiv bring specific colour and atmosphere to the town and shape up its unique view and nature.

A contemporary of Troy and having survived Mycenae, Plovdiv is a city upon layers of cities and an epoch upon layers of epochs. Plovdiv is all in one: a Thracian and classical Greek polis, the pride of Philip of Macedonia, the capital of Thrace under the Roman Empire, a centre of Byzantinism, a stronghold of the Bulgarians, a dream of the crusaders — a magnificent, wealth and most important city.
The most interesting landmark is The Old Town of Plovdiv Architecture Reserve which covers the Three-hill area. It is the original location of the town and almost all of the most interesting history-related sights are within it: cult, residential and public housings, archaeological monuments and museums, narrow cobble-paved streets.

Plovdiv and its vicinities are excellent place for organizing business events, incentive trips, team-buildings. There are about twenty hotels of different category with numerous halls for meetings and seminars, equipped with high-tech installations and module separating walls, allowing endless variety of interior arrangements. In all hotels there are up-to-date presentation and simultaneous translation equipment.


Incentive & Team-building possibilities:

• Royal Journey with Corona Express retro train with steam locomotive with exclusive catering onboard.
• Tasting of the world`s oldest wine in boutique cellar in the area
• Verdi Festival in the Ancient Roman Theatre, or why not a Gala Dinner there accompanied by a mini-classic concert
• Photo Challenge in the Old Town
• Rose picking and visit of old-distillery house to see the process of rose oil producing
• Horse-riding and outdoor self-prepared BBQ lunch at open air
• Clay-potting workshop
• Boat competition at the Rowing Channel