FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
For answers to some of the most frequently asked questions, see below. If you have additional questions, just contact us at email@example.com
What is a “free walking tour”?
This is the title given to tours that work on a donation basis (at the end you can give the guide what you feel the tour was worth). In our small company, we are confident enough to let you decide the value of the tour. Keep in mind however that we make our living out of these tours. Every time you attend a tour with us, you are also contributing to the local urban art scene.
Can you organize a private walking tour or a special tour for a particular group of people?
Sure, we can organize a private walk and customize the tour to your special personal or collective preferences! Please contact us, at least one working day in advance.
Do I need to make a reservation?
No, reservations are not required. Just show up at the meeting point.
If you are a bigger group (8+), please contact us at least one working day in advance, to organize your private tour.
Where does it start and finish?
The tour starts in front of the Statue of Sofia and finishes close to it.
How early should I arrive at the meeting point?
We recommend arriving 5-10 minutes before the beginning of the tour.
What language the tours are given?
The tours are in English, however, we organize private tours in other languages. Please contact us (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more details.
What should I wear? What do I need to bring?
We would recommend that you wear comfortable shoes. Bring along a bottle of water and umbrella (if needed).
During the summer, a hat and some sunscreen are also recommended.
Don’t forget that this is an outdoor walk, so for winter days dress warmly.
Is the tour suitable for children?
As long as they can keep up with the group, they are more than welcome. Please note, it is a walking tour that might take up to 2 hours.
Do you organize Sofia Graffiti Tour when it’s raining or snowing?
It’s actually pretty simple – we walk in every weather. As our tours run rain or shine we may at times encounter a raindrop or two. In case it looks as if it’s about to rain, we recommend you to bring along a rain jacket or an umbrella.