There is one river going through the center of the city,called Osam. It is formed by two rivers Beli Osam(white osam) end Cherni Osam (black osam). The river is 314km long and pours into Danube. The rivers are extremely beautiful especially with those snow around them
Troyan is the first in the country, showing in detail the traditional crafts and tools, and forms,in the main decorative handicraft industries: ceramics, wood and metal, folk textiles.
The museum is opened in 1968 in a building that was built in 1881. First it has been а school,then the the Court of Troyan till turning it into museum.
In the winter it doesn't work on Sunday(only with advanced arrangements). Thicket fee:1 EUR
Troyan Monastery is the third biggest monestary in Bulgaria after Rila and Bachkovo. It was built at the end of 16- th century. In 1872 in the monastery had hidden our national Bulgarian revolutionist Vasil Levski. Now there is a museum in the 2 rooms he used to live and also it is shown a good collection of Bulgarian money and church cloths
Just outside Troyan in the village of Chiflik there is sulphur spa olympic size swimming pool with magnificent views of the mountains. the water is always above 30oC so perfect for those hiking aches and pains
This is one of the best monasteries to visit. The frescos on the outside of the church really get your attention. The inside of the church is well-done, as well. Seems to be an active, working parish.
If you are interested how people in and around Troyan have lived in the past, you should go out of the town in the nearby villages where people still have way of living similar to their traditions. There you will see how they make their own food - because here they have all the food on the table homemade except the bread. Local people have their own small farmings and make their own meat, sausages, milk, cheese, many kinds of fruits and vegetables, nectars and alcoholic drinks, bee-honey, and so on. Nowadays all these activities are easily managed by the infrastructure - electricity, machinery and others, but many of them remain the same as they were 50 or 100 years before.