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Marina Balahurova – Veliko Tarnovo & Arabanassi

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Marina Balahurova is far more than a knowledgeable guide. Her tours are not only informative but fun and very interactive. Smiling, energetic, passionate, caring and a little provocative – this is how tourists remember her. She has many interests and our team in the office always like to chat with her when she drops by. We enjoy not only talking to her but listening to her vocals, as she is a fantastic rock singer. 1. What academic major have you graduated and how did you end up being a tourist guide? High school – Management and economics; BA – Public administration…

Metodiy Ganchev – Mount Vitosha and Helping Others in Need

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Traventuria is starting a project of meeting our website visitors with our guides, partners and travel professionals from Bulgaria. We are interviewing them with a set of questions about their side interests and about different destinations in Bulgarian – what they love about them and what they recommend to foreign tourists. For an ease, we are naming the initiative a blog, though it does not fit well in thе notion of a blog. Metodiy Petrov Ganchev – Meto is the youngest guide working for Traventuria. He is with a pleasing and romantic character and very easy to get along with. Despite…

Dafina Boshnakova – Plovdiv the European Capital of Culture 2019

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Dafina Boshnakova – Dafi is one of the most knowledgeable freelance guides in Bulgaria that has been working for Traventuria from its beginning. She speaks fluent English with a slight British accent. She has also written some of the texts for our Rila Monastery and Plovdiv audio guides. She leads groups not only in Bulgaria but to other countries on the Balkan Peninsula. Being her colleague is always a pleasure and an advantage. What made you such a passionate and dedicated guide? I believe I was lucky enough to have found the right job for me. One that suits my temper,…