Gabi Hotel

17A Perushtitsa St, Plovdiv, 4002, Bulgaria
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  • Couples25
  • Solo100
  • Business33

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Forum Posts

Venue for Birthday party

by sauk1994

Hello

I am searching for a good place (hotel or restaurant) to have a 40th birthday party in. There will be about 40 people attending(from Uk, France, Germany and BG).
Can anyone suggest a good elegenant 1st class place in Plovdiv? Preferably with live music etc.

Thank you

Re: Venue for Birthday party

by Eeriebo

Hi,
difficult to suggest as people have different tastes. but here you are a list of some places in Plovdiv:
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Malak Bunardzhik -
642640
danailov48@rambler.ru
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Fish restaurant History-
646 978, 0887 806 006
history@mail.bg
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Pacific -
089 9105 343
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K2 -
626907 ; 08 999 000 47
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Kopcheto -
646 332
manager@alliancehotel.com
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Captain Cook-
940 699
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Vesselo Selo -
955 118
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Amsterdam -
629953/0899406635
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Of course there re lots of other places.These listed above are proven personally :):)
Dont forrget if u dial from outside BG that the code is +359, and for Plovdiv is 32..
In restaurant "Vesselo selo" there is folklore music programme, the ambience and the menu are in bulgarian traditions and style.. The other places are just very good restaurants offering national and international cuisine.
Bye now,
A

Travel Tips for Plovdiv

An ancient and modern city.

by krassimir71

An ancien and modern city... yes it is! Shure oneself should visit the old town the hills.. there is planty ot things ..to do and to see.. but do not be in ahury.. ti see and understand the area it doesnot take just a hour or so you would waste your time otherwice.. Im living there!

Not that there are many places...

by MZK

Not that there are many places to go, but the Main Street (Glavnata)is always buzzing with life. It is a long and wide pedestrian-only street, which cuts through the center of town. Tons of shopping and caffes line both sides of the street, but watching the people is the most interesting activity. They all have come out with exactly the same purpose, so do not shy away. Meeting unexpected friends in the middle of the street!

Only In Bulgaria!

by johngayton

This is another bit of local colour that caught my eye in my wanderings. This woman was sweeping up the leaves along the kerb of the main Hristo Botev thoroughfare in the middle of the city. When she'd swept enough to make a pile she'd put down her traffic cone in front of the oncoming cars whilst she swept the leaves into her sack. Not something that you'd even dream of attempting in Sofia!

Clothes and shoes

by ger4444

Good shoes, preferably, hiking boots. Streets are cobble stone and there are 7 hills to climb, some of them you will go over sandy or muddy paths. Nebet Tepe is a bit steep and rockey. It can get very hot in summer, since its land climate, get dressed for temperatures of 30 degrees Celsius

Take A Trip To Levski's Birthplace - Karlovo

by johngayton

For those interested in Bulgarian history the mountain town of Karlovo is well worth a visit.

This is the birthplace of Bulgaria's most celebrated revolutionary hero, Vasil Levski (more about whom you'll find by following the above link) and is also the centre of the Bulgarian rose oil industry.

I've only done the Levski bit but by all accounts the annual Rose Festival (usually mid July) is attended by tens of thousands of local-ish visitors and features traditional "Kolkeri" perfomances.

Buses run hourly from Plovdiv's South (Yug) station with a journey time of about 1 hour twenty minutes.

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