Recorrido gratuito en Plovdiv - Capital Europea de la Cultura 2019
Visite Plovdiv y descubra sus atracciones más bellas, desde el centro histórico hasta el distrito de arte Kapana.
Gratis todos los domingos a partir de las 10.00.
• Admira las antiguas casas del Renacimiento
• Descubre el antiguo Teatro Romano
• Visita al Estadio Romano
• Sumérgete en el arte local en la Kapana
• Pasea por la calle de las antiguas artesanías tradicionales
• Explora nuestra cultura en el museo etnográfico
• Disfrute de una vista panorámica de la ciudad desde la colina 'Nebet tepe'
• Aprende dónde están los mejores lugares para comprar en Plovdiv
El recorrido incluye
• Guía turística en Español
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If you like to combine pleasant with useful and interesting,
then you must contact Enjoy Plovdiv. With Nadia's guide we went
on a short trip, only 45 km from Plovdiv and got to the village
of Starosel, where we visited the oldest Thracian complex with
the mausoleum. A walk through the most picturesque place in the
mountains turned out to be beautiful .. it was very hot and
suddenly it started to rain ... the rainbow ... is unique !!!
But that is not all! We visited the winery with a real wine cellar,
similar to the Thracian tomb. As a trip back to the past ...
wine tasting .., and we were waiting for the town of Hisarya
- one of the oldest and most popular balneological and spa
centers in Bulgaria. A small green town. An ancient Roman
fortress wall, a lot of parks, rare trees and shrubs, mineral
springs, steam rooms, excavations, a Roman family tomb, the
Archaeological Museum and smiles of locals willing to endlessly
tell legends about their beautiful city. I did not want to
leave! Thanks to Nadya and her colleagues for unforgettable
emotions and time travel! I recommend!!!
My short time in Plovdiv was definitely worthwhile. It’s a historic
and cultural city that has a charming atmosphere, cobblestone
streets in the old town area, beautiful historic eastern othrodox
churches and a Roman amphitheater dating back to the 2nd century.
There are many good restaurants and bars to enjoy great Bulgarian
food, beer and wine in the pedestrian area. My tour guides, Nadia
and Jana, with Favia tours, made my visit there most enjoyable and
memorable and I felt like part of their extended family. I highly
recommend visiting this city, especially with this tour agency. They
go out of their way to help foreigners make the most out a visit to
this unique Bulgarian city. Can’t wait to go back again!