Resorts and cities in Plovdiv region

Plovdiv is Bulgaria's second largest city, located 150 km south-east of Sofia. It occupies the western part of the Upper Thracian Plain is spread over six hills (so-called "tepeta" Plovdivului giving the popular name of "City of Tepeta") and two banks of Maritsa River .

A city not talking about a lot, but extremely tender. Located in southern Bulgaria, is the second largest and one of the richest in history, thanks to its millennial culture. Plovdiv is one of the oldest cities in Europe.

Plovdiv boasts more than 200 archaeological sites, of which 30 are of national importance.

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Plovdiv

Plovdiv

Plovdiv is Bulgaria's second largest city, located 150 km south-east of Sofia. It occupies the western part of the Upper Thracian Plain is spread over six hills (so-called "tepeta" Plovdivului giving the popular name of "City of Tepeta") and two banks of Maritsa River . A city not talking about a lot, but extremely tender. Located in southern Bulgaria, is the second largest and one of the richest in history, thanks to its millennial culture. Plovdiv is one of the oldest cities in Europe. Plovdiv boasts more than 200 archaeological sites, of which 30 are of national importance.


Hisarya

Hisarya

Hissar is one of the most famous resorts of "health" of Bulgaria. It is located in the center of the country, Gornotrakyska Valley, between the peaks of the mountains south Sredni Gora, 40 km north of Plovdiv and 170 km east of Sofia - the capital of Bulgaria. Hissar is a green city without industry and rich in parks and green areas. Hissar is famous for the many sources of mineral water balneotherapy institutions, a lot of nursing homes, dozens of recreational facilities and numerous parks and gardens. Hissar town is known for its thermal springs since Roman occupation at that time was an important spa.


Karlovo

Karlovo

Karlovo is a picturesque town located in the valley of the same name, which is part of the famous Valley of Roses. The city is famous for its rose oil produced here is used in parfumuri.Karlovo patriot is the birthplace of Vasil Levski, the most famous Bulgarian who has helped the country to be free from Ottoman rule in the relatively new century XIX. Karlovo , appearing shortly after the Ottoman invasion in the late fourteenth century. The city quickly became the administrative center of the Ottoman Empire and Turkish managers residence. In the early nineteenth century was the apogee of Karlovo, with hundreds of mills, water mills, workshops manifactura, copper processing workshops and skin.


Sokolitsa

Sokolitsa

Sokol village is one of the smaller settlements of Karlovo municipality and is located just 8 km south-east of the town of Karlovo. According to the administrative structure, city Plovdiv region Sokolitsa belongs. Sokol village is one of the smaller settlements of Karlovo municipality and is located just 8 km south-east of the town of Karlovo. It is situated at an altitude of 300-499 m above sea level, covers an area of 13,902 km ² and has a population of 644 inhabitants (01.01.2007 census). Sokol is a favorite of many foreign tourists for leisure, they come here and to sample the unique atmosphere of the Bulgarian village.


Asenovgrad

Asenovgrad

It is Bulgaria's most sacred city, a city with a very interesting past. Asenovgrad is a city located in central-southern part of Bulgaria. It is located in Plovdiv region, near the town of Plovdiv. The city was founded by the Thracians and then successively belonged to the Romans, Byzantines, Bulgarian Kingdom and the Ottoman Empire, before finally getting in the Bulgarian state. In 1364 the city was conquered by Tsar Ivan Alexander, after which it was regained by the Turks. It is situated along both banks of the River Assenitsa (Chepelarska, Chaya).