There is a cave in the nearby hills and chalk cliffs towering above the right bank of the River Aydar.
Local teenagers don't mind exploring the cave, but I would not recommend that to you, fellow travelers, even if you have a local guide with you.
You never know what is in store for you in such caves.
It's the matter or geoligists to explore and open it to the public as a safe place.
Since it remains a mystery nowadays, we can wait until it becomes explored and equipped for tourists.
Not all the town streets are paved or asphalted.
Many side streets are not.
They are earth roads, but have sandy soil, so there is practically no mud.
These side streets are good for walking.
The only thing that is essential here is a flashlight for your stroll at night for not all side streets are well lit...