Stara Zagora (Bulgarian: Стара Загора, pronounced [ˈstarɐ ˈzaɡorɐ]) is a city in Bulgaria, a nationally important economic center. Located in Southern Bulgaria, it is the administrative capital of the homonymous Stara Zagora Province.
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4.5 based on 52 reviews
As a citizen of Stara Zagora, I often don't know where to go with my friends. And I always come up with this place. You can feel the historical atmosphere alongside with the breeze, which makes this place pretty attractive for cozy evenings with friends.
However, if you're not a local, you can hardly understand something about this place since there are no signs or information. But there is an organisation which aims at introducing our town's amazing history to foreigners, but as far as I know, you should go to the Tourist Information Centre to see how to book the tour - it's free, you should know that.
4.5 based on 26 reviews
The Regional Museum of History from Stara Zagora is now situated in a new large, beautiful building with an original architecture. The presentation of the artifacts is convenient. You are surprised to find out some of the old and rich history of Bulgaria. There are many objects from the Roman era and as a curiosity is exposed a section of an ancient Roman street. You are sorry to see that all the ancient Rome civilization has disappeared. For lovers of history the visit will be useful and enjoyable.
Not far from this museum are the ruins of the Roman Amphitheater, the Art Gallery and the Museum of religions in an old mosque.
The entrance fee is approx. 2 euro.
4.5 based on 18 reviews
This in by far the most monumental monument in Stara Zagora, seen from everywhere in the city. It commemorates the Russian army and the local liberation forces (called Oplchentsi). It is to be found in a nice park.
5 based on 11 reviews
This place is set out like a large British pub with great quirky decor and very good amiable staff, good selection of drinks and a smashing place to meet travellers most English visitors to Stara Zagora will find their way to this place they have bands playing throughout the winter on Friday evenings and gets packed out, huge covered patio outside on the pedestrian area and you will allways find someone to talk to
4.5 based on 8 reviews
The museum is built around the excavations of one of the oldest and best preserved neolithic dwellings in Europe, comprising just two rooms: the main one with the excavated dwelling, and a smaller one in the basement, exhibiting various artifacts from the neolithic and bronze age. At the entrance you can buy some books and souvenirs - at least the brochures will come in handy, as the custodian does not speak English (we did not test him for other languages), and the only information in English is the key on a site plan.
5 based on 4 reviews
We had not done anything like this before and thoroughly enjoyed it as a family of five. We did the hard room and just managed to complete it. The on screen clues helped when we were stuck. Great fun we did another room during our holiday.
4.5 based on 3 reviews
Monastery complex includes of a church, residential and commercial buildings and two chapels - "St. St. Peter and Paul" and "St. Archangel Michael". A marble slab with the image of St. Nicholas from 1490 is preserved in the monastery. The Monastery "Sv. Nikolay Chudotvorets" was declared an architectural and constructional monument of the Renaissance. Open for visitors - 7 am to 7 pm.
Женский монастырь Мыглиж располагается в 30 км к северу от Стара Загоры, недалеко от дороги на Казанлык. Необычно, что он известен сразу под тремя именами: Святого Николая, Святых Петра и Павла, Архангела Михаила. Основан в начале XIII века, таким образом, являясь одним из самых старых в Болгарии. Весь утопает в зелени. Пусть и не такой красивый, как более известные Бачково и Рила, но очень спокойный и уютный.
5 based on 2 reviews
VINISHKI STONE - Interesting landmark connected to christianity. A patriotic Bulgarian has dug into into the rock the icon "Holy Trinity". According to the legends there was a chapel of "St. Marina", and in the rocks at the very top there is still a spring. Today, on top of the rock a large cross is raised, visible from afar. The stone structure is very suitable for rock climbing - the feeling of conquering the rock is unique!
5 based on 1 reviews
Skokovete" Waterfalls were declared a natural wonder in 1965. The ,,Golemia Skok"(The Big Drop) waterfall is located about 2 hours from Maglizh city. After crossing the crystal clear waters of the river several times, the waterfall opens in a unique view. Its height is about 15 m. The ,,Malkia Skok"(The Little Drop) is a fall before the big fall and is a small pool formed by the drop.
Lovely, if at times quite strenuous hike and river scramble to get up to the waterfall where there is a pool (very cold). Can be busy at weekends and now have to pay for parking.
5 based on 1 reviews
Free Stara Zagora Tour is a free of charge walking tour revealing different periods of the history of Stara Zagora. Generally, our main purpose is to direct your attention to the significance of one of the main historical landmarks situated in Stara Zagora and the region – the Antique Forum Augusta Traiana. During our tours the visitors are introduced to the history of the first inhabitants in thi
We visited the tour as a part of a weekend trip. They are not working everyday, so it is good to contact them at least a week earlier. The young people met us in front of the historical museum and gave us a nice tour of the ancient part of Stara Zagora. Hopefully more turists will be coming and learning about the interesting past ot the place!
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