Start your tour at the "Tsar Simeon's Garden" park, where the Singing Fountains are located. Then head over to the central pedestrian zone along the statue of the local urban hero Milio. Get to the Ancient stadium of Philipopolis, in the end of the pedestrian and explore the Roman excavations.
Plovdiv is a regular host of creative handmade festivals and cultural events. Typically, they are held in the art district of Capana, a busy trade and craft area where everyone can find something interesting.
In order to feel the spirit of a tranquil Plovdiv, you must walk through the narrow cobblestone streets of the architectural and historical reserve "Ancient Plovdiv". Here you will see authentic medieval and Renaissance architecture. If you are a fan of photography, here you will surely find inspiration in the face of the ensemble of pretty old houses.
You can not miss to visit the Antique Theater of Philippopolis while in Plovdiv. As one of the best preserved Аncient theaters in the world, it is among the main attractions of Plovdiv. It is located on the Three Hills in Plovdiv‘s Old Town, between the Dambambis hill and Taksim hill. If you are lucky, you can become a spectator of some spectacular show, as cultural events are often held on its stage.
What's more romantic than watching the lights of night Plovdiv from the top of one of the hills.
Plovdiv is a home to museums that boasts one of the richest collections in the country. The Regional Archaeological Museum is one of the most important cultural institutions in Bulgaria. It has a collection containing more than 100 000 exhibits, related to the history of Plovdiv and the region. No less interesting is the Historical Museum, which is part of the 100 Tourist Sites of Bulgaria.
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