Lubomir Popiordanov has a huge background: master of law, mountaineer, passionate traveler, photographer, painter, author of a book, producer of films, publisher and philanthropist, freelance journalist…! More than ever he spends time to participate in and initiate socially significant causes like nature protection, preservation of the cultural heritage and introduce creative and innovative thinking in the travel business. He believes that Bulgaria can be a prestigious place to live in. And more, that tourism can be developed in a responsible way. Lubomir is married with three children.
Valia is Lubomir’s wife and chief accountant in the company. Long-term performance of the company and its financial stability is thanks to Valia’s firm policy. She successfully combines analytical rigour (accounting) with the art of housewife and raising her children, currently three – Andrea, Sofia and Georgi. She loves travelling in places like the deserts of Morocco and Tunisia; Spain, Italy, France and India. She has a passion for red wines, cheese and jazz. Valia is our pretty woman with a gentle touch for fashion and beauty.
Nina is the head of our Reservations Department, fluent in French and English. She can organize everything related to your stay in Bulgaria – accommodation, transfers, meals…just name it! She manages the contacts with our suppliers and knows them well. Although her work is related with long-office-hours she loves travelling and visiting new places. Her colleagues are also her best friends and this makes work more pleasant. All office parties begin or end at her desk!
Stela is our Product Manager who contacts and deals with English-speaking clients and partners. She is a passionate traveler, nature enthusiast and active mother. She has graduated as Bachelor in Geology and International Travel and Tourism. Her interests are: hiking, ski-touring, folklore dances, children education and personal development through nature experience. Stela believes that Bulgaria (and every destination) is not only what you see, but what you experience through the legends, the folklore, the songs, the dances and most of all, through meetings with the locals.