It's very nice to walk in this old town with preserved architecture and old church. This is the most old town in Europe.
About Plovdiv Old Town
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As part of a tour group I enjoyed strolling the old town of Plovdiv and finding out about the culture and history. It has many unusual buildings and we spent some time deciding upon our favourites! The streets are cobbled and add a quaint feel....More
We've been to many Old Towns in many places, and this is one of the most charming. The streets are paved with stones (not cobblestones) which makes walking a bit treacherous, but it's worth it to see the houses (some of which can be visited).
Old town Plovdiv is great!There are many houses you can visit inside and glance at the old culture style items.Recommended for people interested in history.
Everything is here! Ancient theatre, music academy, cafes, bars, little shops, restaurants, nature, and an amazing view :) There're also multiple museums worth visiting such as the ethnographic museum, balabanov house, hindya something etc. Hebe Tepe is an amazing hill/cliff(???) that is a short walk...More
Going for a walk in the Old Town of Plovdiv is an adventure. It is placed on one of the hills of Plovdiv, which offers a great view from the top of the town. The architecture of the buildings from the 19th Century and the...More
Plovdiv is the gem of Bulgaria, and Old Town is the gem of Plovdiv. Cobblestone streets in the hills with historic 19th century homes, and a theatre from the Roman era. Who knew all of this was in Bulgaria? (Perhaps the Bulgarians.) Best to see...More
The main attraction is the old town, with its pedestrian streets paved with uneven cobblestone. Just to walk there and have a look around at the old 18th century houses is pleasant.