4.5 based on 301 reviews
You get to walk into the fortress, which has been left in pretty amazing shape since it's medieval days, from lower ground and can climb stairs and pathways if you want to continue to the 'Rocks'. A wide open space with just the fortress makes it feel literally more alive and historic. The fortress walls are especially impressive and you'll enjoy the very scenic area
4.5 based on 34 reviews
Pliska... a holy city... and the eternal Bulgarian capital. An incredible place filled with a lot of energy that not everyone Can see and feel. For the whole two centuries since the foundation of the Bulgarian state in 681 to 893 the city has been the main political, cultural and economic center. However, Pliska is also one of the most impressive monuments of medieval town planning. It was the largest in Europe in the 7th century. The first Bulgarian ruler to convert to Christianity was baptised there in the Great Basilica, which for centuries is the largest Christian temple in Europe. Today future tourists can stroll around the Throne Palace called also Omurtag Palace, to see the Eastern Gate, which was the main entrance of the fort and about a kilometer away, the Great Basilica. The local museum is located in the northeast corner of the fortress where you can see findings from the early centuries ot the country and many relics. I would gladly come again and recall the great work of our ancestors.
4.5 based on 44 reviews
A wonderful historical cobblestone street with a view towards the old town of Veliko Tarnovo and Asen's Monument. I definitely recommend it for sunset walks and petting stray cats :)
4.0 based on 3,255 reviews
This is a very nice street with diversity of stores, many restaurants, ice cream stores and cafes, some benches to sit and take a break. From all the restaurants I will recommend Shtastliveza. It is usually full, reservation is recommended.
4.0 based on 111 reviews
There is a gorgeous view and you can see the whole city???? It is really beautiful and you will sure love it. The climbing to Nebet Tepe is really easy and doesn’t take much time to get there.
Kapana Quarter - New colorful art face of Old Plovdiv town - 1 Day trip from Sofia Kapana (The Trap) takes its name from the fifteenth century, when two narrow market spaces, pressed from everywhere with shops called "Un Trap". Nowadays function and contribute to the appearance of the neighborhood as well as to the image of the city of Plovdiv - European Capital of Culture in 2019.
4.0 based on 1 reviews
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