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Private Walking Tour Of Plovdiv

Private Walking Tour Of Plovdiv Packages
Country: Bulgaria
City: Plovdiv
Duration: 4 Hour(s) - 0 Minute(s)
Tour Category: Half Day Tour

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Package Itinerary

Discover Plovdiv, Bulgaria's second-largest city on a private walking tour. Plovdiv offers archaeological treasures and is one of the most vibrant places in southeastern Europe. Walkthrough Plovdiv's Old Town, a well-preserved collection of traditional architecture. Stroll around the narrow cobbled streets and see houses from the National Revival Period.

Pay a visit to the Roman Stadium, also known as the Stadium of Philippopolis. The stadium is one of the many preserved buildings from the time of the Roman empire in Plovdiv. Take a walk around the various areas of the stadium and learn more about their different functions. Continue your history lesson to another well-preserved building, the Ancient Theatre of Philippopolis. Explore the impressive edifice of Roman times built during the reign of Emperor Trajan.

Next, you will walk to Dzhumaya Mosque. Explore the impressive Ottoman building, a central Muslim temple in the city. As you walk through this magnificent mosque, you will learn more about its architecture and history. Finally, take a walk through the lovely main pedestrian area with many charming cafés and shops. Soak in the special atmosphere of the city and return to your hotel.

The Package Includes the Following Services:

Private live guide throughout - English, German, French, Italian, Russian.

Entrance fees;

All local taxes.

The Package Does not Include:

Personal expenses, tips for driver and guide.

Package Price is Valid for a Group of a Minimum of 2 Pax

Explore More About Plovdiv:

Plovdiv and its iconic hills have been inhabited for 8,000 years, making it one of the oldest continuously settled cities in the world. The Ancient Thracians were in control for a couple of thousand years before the Romans took over and constructed a majestic ensemble of monuments that are still being dug up today in this Bulgarian city.

The Roman Theatre is one of the most complete you’ll ever see, while the city’s hillside Old Town is a kind of outdoor museum littered with ancient churches and mansions built by wealthy merchants from the city’s past that open their doors to the public. It all makes for an enchanting place where western and eastern cultures have interacted for centuries.

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