Business Hotel Plovdiv

11 Naicho Tsanov Blvd, Plovdiv, 4000, Bulgaria

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    I was only here for the briefest of overnight stays and needed a hotel close to the railway station in order to get an early-ish train into Sofia.

    The hotel was fine with a spacious room, comfortable bed, good work surface, reliable WiFi and all sorts of connections (if I'd needed them). Check-in and check-out (having booked through were hassle free and the lobby area looked modern and comfortable with a well-equipped bar.

    Unfortunately that was about all I experienced of the place (except that the bathroom seemed well-appointed but I only had time for a quick splash at both my arrival and departure) but it in my opinion it would also have suited a longer term leisure stay as its location is close to both the modern and old city and the main bus and train stations just down the road.

    Directions: Just off the first major cross roads going east (to your right) from the railway station (about a ten minute walk).

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Plovdiv to Istanbul

by uhfotis

Does anyone know where I can find schedules for busses to Istanbul from Plovdiv? Are there many busses, night busses, etc? thanks

RE: Plovdiv to Istanbul

by ellielou

I took the bus from Plovdiv to Istanbul a few months ago. There are many buses, and you can find the schedule at the Plovdiv bus station....I'm not sure about night buses, having taken one during the day. There should be a schedule somewhere online, but the entire journey takes around 7 hours....including the border crossing.

RE: Plovdiv to Istanbul

by Eeriebo

the info bellow is applicable for Plovdiv because the buses depart from Sofia and then come to Plovdiv , then they continue to the border and Istanbul. Just include 2 hours more to Sofia dep. time.
There are lots of bus agencies that run regularly , every day , between Sofia and Istanbul.
Air kona - SOF - 22:00 - IST - 08:00/next morning/
Metro - 20:30 - 06:30/next morning/, 12:00- 22:00 , 09:00-18:00 ,
Prices - 1 way - 45 leva/ aprox.22 euro/, Return - 85 leva/ 42 euro/..

Re: Plovdiv to Istanbul

by Voyager_nz

I am looking for the bus schedule in reverse Istanbul Plovdiv.
Does any one know where to find out about the bus schedul from Istanbul to Plovdiv for the month of August?
Thank you.

Travel Tips for Plovdiv

the old town of plovdiv -...

by mira_bg

the old town of plovdiv - Plovdiv is very, very old. The Eternal City, as Rome is conventionally called, is much younger. Athens, Carthage and Constantinople came into being later. A contemporary of Troy and having survived Mycenae, Plovdiv is a city upon layers of cities and an epoch upon layers of epochs. Plovdiv is all in one: a Thracian and classical Greek polis, the pride of Philip of Macedon, the capital of Thrace under the Roman Empire, a centre of Byzantinism, a stronghold of the Bulgarians, a dream of the crusaders -- a magnificent, wealth and most important city. Plovdiv can hardly be described in simple words... One should see it and feel its unique atmosphere in order to understand it. There is a kind of magic in Plovdiv.

Nebet Tepe

by johngayton

The three hills of the former Roman city of Trimontium are Taxim, Jambaz and Nebet. Nebet Tepe is the central of the three and is the one whose summit you'll reach when ascending the narrow cobbled streets of the Old Town.

Because of its commanding location this was the site of the city's defensive fortress throughout its history and remains of Thracian, Roman and Byzantine structures have been uncovered layered upon each other - an Archaeologist's dream!

From here you get great views over the city and the distant hills of the New Town: Sahat, Jendem and Bunardjik.

Well worth the climb and there's an informative marker giving a short history of the hill.

The Day of Plovdiv-6.IX

by mirchica

6-th of September is a National Official Celebration and The day of Plovdiv.
The Russo-Turkish war set Bulgaria free from rule by the Ottoman Empire in 1878, but it included only a small part of the Bulgarian lands. The Berlin Congress revised the San Stefano Peace Treaty and sliced the Bulgarian territory into several parts: the Principality of Bulgaria with an elected knyaz (prince), and Eastern Roumelia with its capital Plovdiv and a Christian Governor-General, appointed by the sultan. Half of the people were free, while the other half remained in the sultan's caliphate. Thrace and Macedonia remained in the Ottoman Empire. The Bulgarian people reacted against the decision of the Berlin Congress with the Kresna-Razlog uprising of 1878-1879, Alexander I Battenberg was elected Prince, and accomplishment of the unification of Eastern Rumelia and the Principality of Bulgaria was completed in year 1885.


by ger4444

Plovdid has a large rowing canal, which is a good facility for rowing sports and other watersports. It is used for championships and competitions. Its also a popular place for jogging and skating. Along the lake there are café s to relax. The canal is build according the international standards and is 2 kilometres long, 120 meters wide and 3 metres deep.

Assen's Fortress

by ChristinaNest

Assens's Fortress (Assenova Krepost) dates back to the 11-12 cc AD. It was built during the reign of Tsar Ivan Assen II, one of the greatest Bulgarian kings (Second Bulgarian kingdom).
There are just some ruins left of it now, and the medieval church, "Holy Mother of God" which was partially restored. The views are great as the foirtress sits on a hill in the Rhodope mountains surrounded by many green peaks. On another hill next to the road to the fortress there is the chapel of St. Ilia.
South of Plovdiv, after Assenovgrad, on the way to Bachkovo Monastery and Pamporovo.


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