Sofia to Nessebar Transfer Taxi Service
Est. Transfer time: 4h00m
Price:175 euro one way for up to 4 people
How to book: Use the booking form below
Vehicle: Sedan or minivan – VW Caddy, Fiat Scudo, Peugeot 307 or similar car with A/C.
AroundBulgaria.com has the solution: comfortable, prompt and rewarding taxi transfer Sofia – Nessebar at the best rates.
Furthermore, our services bundle an abundance of complimentary services to pamper each of our clients:
- The driver will meet you with the name plate at the airport
- Free children seats
- Free waiting in case of flight delayed
- English speaking drivers
Sofia-Nessebar Taxi Rates
|From:||To:||Distance:||< 4 pers.||< 5 pers.||< 8 pers.|
|Sofia Airport||Nessebar||408 km||175 €||190 €||220 €|
|Sofia||Nessebar||410 km||175 €||190 €||220 €|
Distance: 410 km | Driving time: 3 h 50 min |
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I would highly recommend Yuri and his group of drivers. I was a bit apprehensive of this long 4-5 hour drive from sofia to Nessebar but after I met the drivers I felt at ease. Both drivers were very professional and kind. They made my 3 children feel happy and at ease. When we needed a break, they pulled over and gave us a chance to stretch our legs. As we drove across Bulgaria, they pointed out interesting sites and gave us a local’s view of the history and what it’s like to live in bulgaria.
I can’t thank these two drivers enough for making our trip to Bulgaria safe and comfortable!
How to Book a Transfer from Sofia to Nessebar
QuoteSend your requirements using the form below
BookingWe will send you an estimate and confirm details
Done!Our driver will meet you at the airport or at your hotel
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More details on Nessebar
Nessebar, one of Bulgaria’s pearls of towns, ancient, beautiful and ancient, is dotted with architectural and historical sights. The Saint Stefan church is among the most famed and ancient buildings Nessebar boasts.
Another distinguished sight is the Roman Baths, dating back to the sixth century, rumored to be attended by Emperor Constantine VI for their healing properties. The Ethnographic Museum is hugely popular for its abundance of ancient exhibits, national costumes, musical instruments, and exquisite ornaments from diverse epochs.