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Troyan has good transport links and it's easy to get there by your car or by bus, which goes 5-6 times a day from Sofia and also from Pleven, Lovech, Gabrovo and Sevlievo. The only problem is that because Troyan is right on the foot of Stara planina (Balkan Mts.) it can be reached all-year only from north. That's why travelers should first cross the mountain range which is most comfortable on A2 highway (E83) from Sofia to Yablanitsa. Then the trip continues on highway 4 and then on highway 35 which provides comfortable and fast traveling. From South Bulgaria (Plovdiv, Khaskovo) travellers should use one of the open roads through Stara planina and then get to Troyan.
The bus thicket is around 7-9 leva from Sofia ($ 5-6).
See also Loveshka oblast.
For getting AROUND Troyan see link:
Updated Sep 28, 2005
Website: www.troyan.bg (In Bulgarian)
The nmarket is situated on the main street and it is easily accesable by everybody. They sell mainly frutes and vegitables on really reasonable prices. You can also buy some food and drinks from the little stores nearby. There are also 2 little restaurants but they didn't seemed to be good ones.
What to buy: Frutes and vegitables
Written Jan 19, 2011
Address: Vasil Levski str.