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All reviews the river beautiful view old church on foot parking place car park be careful viewing platform parking lot wall paintings the main road bad shape climb the stairs watch your step worth a trip parking fee amazing place
A good tourist attraction that every Bulgarian should visit. Unique views of the Bulgarian Balkan. Nature combined with historical landmarks. A perfect place for a walk and an opportunity to enrich the historical knowledge of Bulgaria
Wonderful view of the mountains and Asenovgrad. Large parking right next to the fortress. You can take a walk to the chapel of St. Atanas, for which there is a signpost. Walk along the Roman road, and anyone who wants to continue the walk can...More
The Assen Fortress is an important part of Bulgaria's cultural and historical heritage, located near the town of Asenovgrad on the road to Smolyan. There is a breathtaking panoramic view from the fortress, and from the Asenovgrad itself starts a walk for fresh air. The...More
Incredible and loaded with very positive energy. Filled with incredible spirit, pride, greatness and thanks to our ancestors! Amazing view, nature .. Relax the senses. And it recharges with energy for a long time after you've been there. Whoever did not go there, I recommend...More
They took care of getting to the site, it is now on a convenient alley and stairs.
Be careful not to miss "The inscription of Tsar Ivan Assen II" in the rocks.
Access to the church is free.
I really liked it, and we did a bonus walk to a monastery. The monastery is nestled in the woods and is magical, but unfortunately we did not find a person to manage it and open it for us to look inside.
Go there only if you are in Plovdiv and have an extra time. It is a typical style Byzantine structure, located on a peak of a mountain. The scenery there is very nice. It is important to note that the site is not accessible via...More