Excursions & Sight Tickets in Plovdiv

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Plovdiv - excursions and day trips

Whether you're a history buff or just like to travel, there are plenty of Plovdiv - excursions and day trips to choose from. You can visit the beautiful Old Town, explore the ancient Thracian tombs, or head out into the mountains for a day of hiking.

Plovdiv is an incredible city that has a rich and complex history. It is Europe's oldest town and has been inhabited since at least 6000 BC. Its Old Town has been reconstructed, and is full of galleries, shops, restaurants, and local artists. The city is surrounded by gorgeous mountains, and has the longest pedestrian street in Europe.

The area is also known for its wine production, which dates back to the Thracian civilization. There are several different wineries around the city that are worth visiting. For more information on wine, check out the Bulgarian wine museum.

You can take a day trip to the beautiful Valley of Roses, which is popular in the late spring and early summer. This area has its own festival and is a perfect day trip from Plovdiv. This region is also home to Mavrud, a very famous wine. If you are interested in hiking, you can take the Rila Lakes hike. There is a guided hike that you can take, and you'll get round-trip transportation and an English-speaking guide. If you'd rather go on your own, the hike is very easy and you can hike for just over two hours.

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You can also head out to the nearby town of Asenovgrad, which is also known as the Bulgarian Jerusalem. You'll find that the town is very pretty and you'll definitely want to visit the medieval fortress. This fortress was built in the 16th century and it was once used by Ivan-Asen II, the king of Bulgaria. This fortress is one of the best-preserved fortresses in the country and has amazing views. The town is located near the beautiful Rila monastery, and you'll have access to it on your tour.

You can also take a day trip to the charming village of Koprivshtitsa. This small town has an interesting history and is easily accessible by public transport. You'll find that the area is filled with unique homes and buildings. You can also enjoy a meal at a cafe or restaurant and take a stroll through the charming streets.

If you're not in the mood for a walk, you can also visit the Buzludzha Monument, which is a futuristic looking saucer-shaped building that was once the Communist Party headquarters. Despite being in disrepair after Communism fell, it's still a great day trip from Plovdiv.

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You can also visit the Bachkovo monastery, which is the second-largest in Bulgaria. You'll be able to learn more about the monastery's history and see its impressive collection of church objects. You can even stop by the museum to look at its many exhibits, which include ancient weapons and intricate national costumes.

If you're interested in visiting the Seven Rila Lakes, you'll have the opportunity to do so on a guided hike. This is a scenic hike that you'll enjoy for sure. You'll receive round-trip transportation and an English-speaking driver, and you'll be able to cancel your tour up to 24 hours before it starts.

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