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Plovdiv and Wine Tasting Day Tour from Sofia
"Plovdiv overviewOnce the wealthiest and most important city of the Thrace Valley today Plovdiv still offers its visitors a lot of incredible places and memories. Standing proudly on the banks of Maritsa river the town will amaze everybody with its beauty. With every step you make Ancient Phillipopolis and Revival Plovdiv are revealing in front of you different pages from their wonderful history. The location of the city is also not accidental. Chosen by the founders of Plovdiv – the Thracians the region is proud with the fantastic wine produced here for centuries. For this reason V travel (Licensed Touroperator) offers you an exclusive tour you will not find in any other travel agency. Feel the spirit of Plovdiv and taste Thracia unique where even the North Korean leader Kim Sen Ir had been. Founded in 1891 the wine cellar today keeps the secrets of all the important communist leaders
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Plovdiv Bachkovo Monastery and Assens Fortress Day Trip from Sofia
"In Plovdiv’s Old Town you will find houses from the Revival period ancient churches and Roman ruins among which the most impressive is the amphitheater. The art galleries the small antique shops and cosy restaurants complement perfectly the artistic atmosphere of its cobblestone streets.Bachkovo Monastery is the second largest monastery in Bulgaria famous for its 17th c. wall paintings while the unique two-storey church in Assens Fortress was built in 13th c.""""Only one day will make it possible to visit three of the most important landmarks in Bulgaria – the Old Town of Plovdiv (1
From EUR68.00
 
Tour of Plovdiv with Traditional Lunch Day Trip from Sofia
"Plovdiv the second biggest city of Bulgaria is considered to be one of the oldest settlements of Europe with more than 7000 years of history. Plovdiv is situated on the crossroads between the West and the East amid the fertile plain of Thrace where history and modernity go hand in hand whereas since the ancient times until today culture and art thrive within a vivid medley of shapes
From EUR34.00

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Clothes and shoes

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...
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Packing List

Best to have one bag that you can carry alot but can carry anywhere with you. Good pair of sneakers in the fall, summer & spring. Pair of boots that you can walk distances with in the winter Digital...
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Carry Tissue Paper with yourself everywhere

Many bathrooms in Bulgaria do not have toilet paper available and sometimes you have to buy it from a "bathroom attendant", but to be on the safe side bring your own. Other times you might need to...
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2 Kapitan Raycho St., Plovdiv, Plovdiv, 4000, Bulgaria
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38 Ruski Blvd., Plovdiv, 4000, Bulgaria
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2 Zlatiyu Bojadjiev Street, Plovdiv, Plovdiv, 4003, Bulgaria
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70 Ruski Boulevard, Plovdiv, 4000, Bulgaria
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55 Russki Blvd., Plovdiv, Plovdiv, 4000, Bulgaria
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42 Tzar Bors III Obedinitel Blvd, Plovdiv, Plovdiv, 4003, Bulgaria
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old plovdiv

The Old Town of Plovdiv is the main reason I wanted to visit this city. It’s an area full of cobbled streets that go up on a steep hill and we felt like we walked on an open air museum, it’s actually...
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amphitheatre

The Roman ruins in Plovdiv were the first I saw in my life in far 1984. The Ancient theatre (Antichen teatur) is probably the best-known monument from antiquity in Bulgaria. It was built in the...
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bachkovo monastery

This is not a real tip for Plovdiv since Bachkovo is some 30km south of town but still close enough to be an easy excursion for half a day. The monastery was founded in 1083. It had its heyday during...
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main street

Ulitsa Knyaz Aleksandr is the main pedestrian street of Plovdiv. It is always full of people going up and down, it is actually a street that people visit to check the upscale clothing stores,...
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monument of alyosha

We visited the Monument with the group of students to put flowers for the Soviet heroes who liberated Plovdiv from fascists troops. Alyosha (an affectionate diminutive of Aleksey) is an 11-metre...
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jumaya jamia

The Dzumaya Mosque was originally built in the second half of the 14th century but was soon burnt down. In 1435 Murad II rebuilt it and named it Muradiye after himself. The mosque was rebuilt and...
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mirchica

"My home city - European Cultural Capital for 2019"
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ger4444

"City on the seven hills"
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johngayton

"Bulgaria's Second City..."
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mindcrime

"Philippopolis"
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"Old Town"
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