After breakfast – panoramic tour around the Bulgarian capital (a 8500 years old city!) called “My Rome” by the Emperor Constantine the Great and visit to the most interesting historical sights: the Rotunda church of St. George (dated IV century AC), the mineral springs, the St. Nedelya square, where 4 temples from different religions are located next to each other: The Catholic church, The Orthodox church, The Synagogue and The Mosque are forming quadrangle, symbolizing religion tolerance in Bulgaria. Next is the Alexander I square where the Royal Palace and The National Theatre are located, the Parliament, the Church of ”St. Sofia” (the name means wisdom), which had given the name of the city, and the “Alexander Nevski” cathedral (the biggest Orthodox temple on the Balkan. In the afternoon, free time for leisure or shopping. Overnight in the hotel.