Hotel Seven Hills

6 Zhiten Pazar Street, Plovdiv, 4000, Bulgaria
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Excursion Groups

by mikeisfish

I'm wondering if there are any reputable excursion companies in/around plovdiv that offer day trips for larger groups (broad age range) at competitive prices? I'll be there next October and our Hotel in Hissarya seems to be offering us great rates but I want more options. Thanks!

Re: Excursion Groups

by IngaA

What kind of excursions do you need?
Usually tourist offices (there are plenty of them in Bulgaria but I saw more on the sea coast) put their announcements and programmes in the street. The prices are of the same level, do not vary so much

Re: Excursion Groups

by mikeisfish

The excursions would vary in their focus, something for active people, for shoppers, for historians and maybe another option blending some of those activities.
We need day and 1/2 day excursions, nothing really adventurous. Some of the options I was thinking of was a tour of old Plovidv, another to bachkovo monastary, something with a moderate hike. Things like that.
The main thing we would need are buses to transport us. The total group size is about 250 - 300.
Any ideas for bus companies?

Re: Excursion Groups

by IngaA

IMHO there is no need to such tour,. Plovdiv is not so big. We did the old part by ourselved and do not regret at all.
For Bachkovo monastery, there are many bus companies going there. The start point is bus station (avtogara in Bulgarian) 'Rodopy'. Buses go every 30 or 40 minutes and the way takes about 45 minutes.

Re: Excursion Groups

by mikeisfish

Thanks a lot!

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Re: Excursion Groups

by rene16

Hiya i have a friend who offers trips around Bulgaria. Taylor made to suit your self or recommendations. Also offered are trips to Turkey for the day.


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Travel Tips for Plovdiv

Bulgarian Renaissance

by matza

Plovdiv Old Town is a maze of climbing cobblestone streets where the twists and turns offer many surprises. You will stroll among great timber-framed painted mansions; these dozens of National Revival style houses erected during the Bulgarian Renaissance; you will look down on the spectacular views of the Ottoman's Turkish mosques and artisan's homes; You will see the original Thracian fortifications, overlaid with Byzantine walls at the crown of these hills.

The second biggest town in the...

by denise_BG

The second biggest town in the country, the center of Southern Bulgaria. Beautiful (even in winter). Unique spirit, different from any other town in the country. What has mostly impressed me - different ethno groups are living in a perfect harmony. Generally, this is common for Bulgaria, but you can see and feel it in Plodiv.

Calender of events

by ger4444

Plovdiv organizes the Cultural Month Festival (may to july). In this period the Verdi Festival and the International Festival of Chamber Music are held in respectively early june and middle of june. Also in this period are the Opera days in the AmfitheaterIn august you can visit the International Folklore Festival. September has the Autumn Art Exhibition “Plovdiv Old Town” Twice a year (may and September) there is the week-long International Fair on the fairgrounds. (bulevard Tsar Boris the 3th 37). In December a Christmas Musical Festival is held (tel. 223 205).

Kukeri

by mirchica

Kukeri is a traditional Bulgarian ritual to scare away evil spirits, as well as the costumed man performing the ritual. The costumes cover most of the body and includes decorated wooden masks of animals (sometimes double-faced) and large bells attached to the belt. Around New Year and before Lent, the kukeri walk and dance through the village to scare evil spirits away with the costumes and the sound of the bells, as well as to provide a good harvest, health, and happiness to the village during the year.
The kukeri traditionally visit the peoples' houses at night so that "the sun would not catch them on the road." After going around the village they gather at the square to dance wildly and amuse the people.
They can be seen mostly in Plovdiv villiges(Trakia)

Bachkovo monastery

by denise_BG

The monastery is situated in Rodopi mountain, on 26 km south of Plovdiv.

There is a nice restaurant nearby called "Vodopada" because of the natural waterfall in the garden. A very beautiful and calm place!

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