Enjoy Plovdiv the way you wish: How to make the most of your trip to Plovdiv, Bulgaria

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Maria and Andrey wondering what to see and do in Plovdiv and how to really enjoy the city

You maybe already have Plovdiv (Пловдив) in your must-visit list for your trip to Bulgaria. And this is an absolutely right decision. We have never ever heard from a tourist that has not liked Plovdiv. No matter for what purpose you are coming or what type of traveler you are, we bet you will love it.

Night view from Nebet Tepe, Plovdiv, Bulgaria
Night view from Nebet Tepe, Plovdiv, Bulgaria

Because Plovdiv is not only a beautiful city in Bulgaria, it is many more things. Plovdiv is the place that keeps all of us TOGETHER – which is also the slogan of the events around Plovdiv’s role as European Capital of Culture 2019 (together with the beautiful Italian city Matera).

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But if you wish to really enjoy Plovdiv, it is wise to prepare a bit. Plovdiv is so rich in places to see and things to do that it is not difficult to get lost. So here is what we have for you: a few tips and advises how to make the most of your stay in Plovdiv and really enjoy it. We admit that we have much of this useful information thanks to professionals – our friends from the local travel agency Enjoy Plovdiv. 

Hissar Kapia (Хисар Капия)
Hissar Kapia (Хисар Капия)

What to see first in Plovdiv?

Allow some time to warm up at the first place and start with something not too engaging – like a walk around the city centre and the neighbouring Kapana district. The Main street (known as Glavnata) is a beautiful and lively promenade along the centre that is the heart of the city day and night.

Anna fallen from her scooter on the main street in Plovdiv
Anna fallen from her scooter on the main street in Plovdiv
The main street in Plovdiv is lively day and night
The main street in Plovdiv is lively day and night

Landmarks along the main street

You won’t miss the Together sign – the slogan of the Plovdiv 2019 European Capital of Culture. So fresh and colourful, everybody loves it and takes pictures with it.

The famous Together sign - the symbol of Plovdiv 2019 European Capital of Culture
The famous Together sign – the symbol of Plovdiv 2019 European Capital of Culture

Next to it you will see a curious and funny statue of a man. Well, this is Miljo, a central figure in many urban legends in Plovdiv. A feebleminded but kind-hearted local that has become a part of the local folklore. And this is not the only statue of him around the city. But you should better ask a local to tell you the whole story.

Miljo, a famous statue in central Plovdiv
Miljo, a famous statue in central Plovdiv

A few hundreds steps later you will find yourself above the marvellous Roman stadium. Yes, Plovdiv was a flourishing city during Roman times and is considered as one of the oldest cities in Europe. You can easily go down and see the remains of the stadium and then have a coffee just there.

A few more steps aside you will see the Dzhumaya mosque – a famous landmark in the city centre. It is a fully functioning mosque so if you wish to enter and see it from the inside, make sure that you abide the rules. Cover your body if you are a woman and remove your shoes in all cases.

Dzhumaya mosque in Plovdiv from the inside
Dzhumaya mosque in Plovdiv from the inside. Don’t forget to remove your shoes upon entrance
Navigation signs near the Dzhumaya mosque in Plovdiv
Navigation signs near the Dzhumaya mosque in Plovdiv

Kapana district (Капана) – the heart of art and the cozy cafes in Plovdiv

And despite the main promenade is not over, in this area you will feel tempted to take the narrow cosy pedestrian streets leading to the nearby Kapana district.

The trendiest area of Plovdiv currently. Several years ago this area was everything but welcoming but today it is probably the liveliest place in Plovdiv. On every step you will see cozy cafes and restaurants, shops for hand-made things, and also a lot of graffiti on the walls.

Kapana district is always charming and magnetic place
Kapana district is always charming and magnetic place

Many festivals are held in Kapana year-round. And despite it is often called a hipster area, everyone loves Kapana and many people feel “trapped” once they get there – you never want to get out. (The meaning of the word Kapana in contemporary Bulgarian language is “the trap”.)

The grafiti on the walls make Kapana really fresh and colofrul place
The grafiti on the walls make Kapana really fresh and colofrul place

History of Kapana

The area is known like this since Ottoman times. Literally “kapan” means “trap”. However the name of the district comes from a different thing. In the Ottoman empire they used the word “kapan” for marketplaces. And here is the reason. “Kapan” also means a weighing machine. And in the past such machines existed usually around marketplaces. The current district was formed between two markets, surrounded by workshops. They were known as Un Kapan (“un” means “flour” in Turkish) and Buyuk Kapan (Buyuk – big). So later the whole district became known as Kapana.

Kapana has been a craft district since 15th century. It formed around Kurshumhan, the largest caravanserai in the city. It was named after the lead tiles on its roof (“kurşun” in Turkish means “lead”). And the streets were named after the different crafts being practised – Zlatarska (the Goldsmiths’ street), Zhelerarska (the Smiths’s street), Kozhuharska (the Furriers’ street). Today there are mostly cafes and bars on these street but also some workshops and shops for hand-made stuff.

The Old town (Старият град)

The third place for a must-do walk in Plovdiv is the Old town. Not the third in importance, though. If you are staying in some hostel or guest house in the Old town, you will start from there. And immediately feel the atmosphere of the Bulgarian revival. The old houses and cobblestone streets are just enchanting, but so much is hiding behind them. So plan carefully if you want to discover all the places that might excite you.

Old town in Plovdiv, Bulgaria
Old town in Plovdiv, Bulgaria

The most famous sites

First of all, don’t just walk along the main streets. Yes, they are amazing and there you will spot the most popular views. Willing or not, you will definitely walk under Hissar Kapia (Хисар Капия). This is one of the three entrances to the acropolis of ancient Plovdiv.

Hissar Kapia, Old town Plovdiv, Bulgaria
Hissar Kapia, Old town Plovdiv, Bulgaria

Just above it you will reach the St. Constantine and Helena church (църква „Св. Константин и Елена“). If you are there in the weekend, there is a huge chance to encounter a wedding. On the opposite corner is the beautiful Etnographic museum. And you won’t miss the street musicians playing in front of it who create an amazing atmosphere.

The entrance to the beautiful St. Constantine and Helena church
The entrance to the beautiful St. Constantine and Helena church
The yard of St. St. Constantine and Helena church
The yard of St. Constantine and Helena church and the bell tower in the background

Somehow hidden behind the houses around Hissar Kapia stands the early byzantine South round tower and the remains of fortification walls that once formed the defense complex together with Hissar Kapia. The fortifications were first built around 5-6th century AD. But they were used, maintained and reconstructed through the Middle ages as well.

Roman theatre

The Roman theatre is another amazing and authentic place in Plovdiv. It was uncovered in the 1970s during archaeological works and is one of the best preserved in the world. Nowadays it is a scene of many concerts, opera and other performances. You can also visit it as a tourist site against a fee.

The amazing Roman theatre in Plovdiv, seen from the air. Thanks to my friend Stefan from TimeLapse Bulgaria for this amazing photo. https://www.facebook.com/TimeLapseBulgaria/
The amazing Roman theatre in Plovdiv, seen from the air. Thanks to my friend Stefan from TimeLapse Bulgaria for this amazing photo.

The best view in town

If the Old Town is for you the most enchanting part of Plovdiv and you want to dig deeper into it and not only hanging around, keep reading. Later in the article we will write more about the places worth visiting there, some of which hidden between the buildings. If you just love the walk, climb to the highest point of the Old Town – Nebet Tepe (Небет Тепе) – the place with the best panorama towards Plovdiv.

A view to remember - the view from Nebet Tepe (Nebet hill), Plovdiv, Bulgaria
A view to remember – the view from Nebet Tepe (Nebet hill), Plovdiv, Bulgaria

Nebet Tepe is also an archaeological site. If visiting on daylight, you will clearly see the remains of buildings millennia old. Once there, you will be left stunned by the view.

The archeological site on Nebet Tepe on daylight
The archeological site on Nebet Tepe on daylight

A step aside – the Singing fountains

One of the most wonderful places in Plovdiv, both for locals and visitors, is the lake with the Singing fountains in the Tsar Simeon garden. It is in the central park nearby the Central square, but stays a little bit aside from the main street and you won’t see it during the usual walk. You just need to cross the park in front of the Post office and on the opposite side you will reach the beautiful lake. Although it is beautiful anytime, the most amazing things happen on every Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 21:00. Then you can witness the beautiful performance of sound and light above the lake.

The lake with the singing fountains
The lake with the singing fountains

Dive deeper into Plovdiv: what to do besides walking

After the first walk, you already love Plovdiv and wonder how to keep your exploration. If you love the Old town and have some more time to spend there, it is worth visiting some museums and old houses. Even if you are not so keen on museums, there are amazing places you should not miss. To be honest, we had not been there until very recently, when our friends from the travel agency Enjoy Plovdiv insisted we should go and took us there.

If you are still not a museum lover and prefer exploring the local food and drink culture, have a little more patience and we will tell you where your places are. Last but not least, the area around Plovdiv is one of the most famous wine regions in Bulgaria. So if you want to explore Bulgarian wine (which would be also a great decision), we have something for you, too.

Museums and houses in the Old town of Plovdiv

When walking by the amazing colourful old houses in Old Plovdiv, don’t you wonder who did they belong to and what was life there looking like 200 years ago? Many of them belonged to local rich families or were public buildings. Nowadays most are turned into art galleries, cafes, hostels, restaurants and workshops. But some have been preserved or restored in their initial look in order to show us what life in old Plovdiv looked like once.

Hindliyan house (Къща Хиндлиян)

Our favourite from what we have seen so far. A huge house that once belonged to a rich Armenian trader who lived in Plovdiv. Hindliyan house is one of the best-preserved houses in old Plovdiv and you can see authentic furniture from the 19th century.

The amazing house of Stepan Hindliyan (Hindliyan house) in the Old town of Plovdiv
The amazing house of Stepan Hindliyan (Hindliyan house) in the Old town of Plovdiv

Upon entrance to the house, you feel stunned. The lavish wall decoration and the luxurious furniture tell the story of a really important person and family. The wall decorations include paintings of famous places in Saint Petersburg, Stockholm, Lisbon, Athens, Venice, Alexandria and Constantinople.

The room for giving birth. Once the women in labor were isolated for hygienic reasons and noone was allowed to enter the room. Food was only brought through the window
The room for giving birth. Once the women in labor were isolated for hygienic reasons and noone was allowed to enter the room. Food was only brought through the window
A lavish hall in the Hindliyan house
A lavish coffee hall in the Hindliyan house

A notable room in the house is the bathroom – extremely lavish for its time. Besides the bathroom itself, which is in Turkish style, there was also a separate room for relax after bathing, competitive to any contemporary SPA centre.

The bathroom at Hindliyan house
The bathroom at Hindliyan house

Hindliyan house in huge and every room has a long story to tell. So don’t miss it and definitely visit it with a guide. On-site guides are available but taking one might be tricky. It depends on whether there is a free guide at the moment of visit.

Balabanov house (Балабановата къща)

It is another landmark of Old Plovdiv, representing the life of rich people in the area in the 19th century. The house first belonged to the merchant and insurer Hadji Panayot Lampsha and later changed hands multiple times. Its last owner was the merchant of wood Luka Balabanov whose name it bears today. The once lavish house was demolished in 1935 and reconstructed in the 1970s. Its current furniture dates from 19th century.

Balabanov house in Old Plovdiv
Balabanov house in Old Plovdiv

Nowadays the house is not only a museum but an art event centre as well. It also features a corner for music performances.

Interior of the Balabanov house
Interior of the Balabanov house
One of the halls in Balabanov house
One of the halls in Balabanov house

Balabanov house and Hindliyan house share the same yard and you can easily go from one to another. If thirsty, don’t miss the chance to drink fresh water from the fountain in front of the Balabanov house.

Ethnographic museum

The stunning building and yard of the Etnographic museum in Plovdiv are a famous landmark. The entrance is just opposite to the St. St. Konstantin and Helena church and near Hissar Kapia. Don’t miss the chance to have a break in the yard, sit on a bench and stare at the amazing building. The museum itself is a more traditional one, and you might find it even a bit boring. However, it tells the story of life in the area for millennia and is worth seeing if you are a museum lover.

The beautiful wooden building of the Etnographic museum in PLovdiv
The beautiful wooden building of the Etnographic museum in Plovdiv

Workshops and craftsmen in Old Plovdiv

Old town of Plovdiv has the perfect atmosphere for such activities. You will find plenty of small workshops and shops for hand-made items. If you are lucky, you could even see a demonstration of traditional local crafts.

Street of crafts

Stramna (улица Стръмна) is an extremely small and cozy street at the heart of the Old Town but few people can discover it even if they look for it intentionally. Its name means “steep” and is totally deserved. The street itself is almost entirely of stairs and along both sides you can find workshops and ateliers of local craftsmen. We admit we never knew about it until a local friend working for travel agency Enjoy Plovdiv took us there.

Stramna street - the Street of crafts
Stramna street – the Street of crafts

On Stramna street you can meet the only master in Bulgaria who still makes authentic Bulgarian clothes and garments by traditional manner – entirely by hand. No machine sewing, using materials created also by old technology. He is always busy and has many orders, but you can see at least a part of the process of making traditional garments. There you can also buy a hand-made wool bag.

The atelier where traаditional costumes are being made by hand
The atelier where traаditional costumes are being made by hand

In the neighbouring house you can also see the atelier of a blacksmith. A few steps up the street is the bakery. There you can see how bread is made by hand, taste delicious pastries and home-made lemonade.

The door of the bakery where you can also enjoy a lemonade
The door of the bakery where you can also enjoy a lemonade
A refreshing lemonade is always welcome on a hot summer day in PLovdiv
A refreshing lemonade is always welcome on a hot summer day in PLovdiv

In the same house there is a small shop where you can buy rugs, hats, scarves and other clothing made by an ancient technology called „plasti“. It is a technology where clothing is made by mixing only wool, soap and water, without any sewing.

Hand-made dolls, bags and other stuff
Hand-made dolls, bags and other beautiful things

Many other workshops are present on Stramna street but we would advise you not to go without a local guide. The craftspeople are usually wonderful people but some of them open only for special occasions. Others may just not speak any other language than Bulgarian. Moreover, finding Stramna sreet can be a challenge even for Bulgarians.

House of distillation

Have you heard of Bulgarian rakia? Oh, yes, the most popular strong spirit in Bulgaria. In the House of distillation you can see an exhibition of old equipment for distillation and taste several spirits made by the owners of the house – rakia and a few types of liqueur. All very tasty!

Here is how rakia was made at home some decades ago
Here is how rakia was made at home some decades ago

Discover Bulgarian wine around Plovdiv

The area around Plovdiv is one of the most famous wine regions in Bulgaria and is the best place to start your adventure with Bulgarian wine. If you just want to taste wine, in Plovdiv city centre and Kapana there are many wine bars. However, if you don’t know where to start or just want to make a more extensive wine adventure, the best idea is to visit a wine cellar. As you might have noticed, we are great winelovers and have visited many wine cellars in Bulgaria. So it depends what you are looking for.

Around Plovdiv you can find many types – small “garage” cellars that are not always open for visitors, some mid-sized or larger cellars that are focused on industrial production and finally, our favourites – the boutique wineries that are both cozy, make wonderful wines and are usually very visitor-friendly. Some of them are whole complexes with hotels and restaurants and give you the chance for a fuller wine experience.

It is a great idea to visit more wineries around Plovdiv, if you are a winelover. Another one we love is Villa Yustina, near the village of Ustina. They are very welcoming and tourist-friendly and their wines are .. WOW! You won’t regret going there. You can read and our article about wineries around Plovdiv.

Where to eat and drink in Plovdiv

Ok, when we travel, this is the first question we ask. We definitely want to explore the best traditional places in town but we also want to know the most popular places for locals. In a city full with tourists, it is not difficult to make a mistake and sit on the most touristy places and miss the local secrets. This is why the last time we visited Plovdiv we took a friend and local guide to reveal the best kept secrets of the city. So here is what we discovered.

Restaurants in Plovdiv

City centre

Smokini (Смокини) restaurant is a few steps from the main street in Plovdiv. It is considered one of the best in town by both locals and tourists. Wonderful food, good service and cozy atmosphere – all you need for lunch or dinner in Plovdiv city centre. And very tourist-friendly.

Dinner at Smokini - delicious trout
Dinner at Smokini – delicious trout
Nougat for dessert at Smokini
Nougat for dessert at Smokini
Smokini (Смокини - means Figs) - one of the best restaurants in central Plovdiv
Smokini (Смокини – means Figs) – one of the best restaurants in central Plovdiv

Another place we like and locals recommend is Hemingway (Хемингуей). It is again a few steps from the main street, near the Central Square. We ate there 2 years ago but locals still love it and recommend it. It is also located on a cozy pedestrian street and you can leave your kids run around while enjoying your dinner.

Another wonderful and a little bit exotic place is the Lebanese restaurant Mayriges, just behind the mosque. We had delicious hummus, falafel, shish taouk and other oriental delicacies there.

Delicious falafels at the Mayriges restaurant in Plovdiv
Delicious falafels at the Mayriges restaurant in Plovdiv

Kapana

The trendiest place in Kapana district is named Pavazh (Паваж). It is attractive for tourists because of its industrial interior and hint of communist times. The menu also contains a lot of things that remind us of the past. Not bad at all, just a bit too popular and you have to book well in advance if you insist to dine there.

The dinner in Pavazh
Dinner in Pavazh – home-made meatballs

Old town

A very attractive place to eat in the Old Town is Puldin restaurant (Пълдин). It was built on the ruins of a former Dervish monastery part of which is still preserved. The room for ritual dances is still there and on the walls and ceilings you can see amazing decorations from the Ottoman period. We have not eaten there but what we heard from locals is that the food is great as the whole place.

The hall where Dervishes danced at the Puldin restaurant
The hall where Dervishes danced at the Puldin restaurant
Puldin restaurant is hosted between ancient remains
Puldin restaurant is hosted between ancient remains

You might ask what the traditional food in Plovdiv is. Well, I think they don’t have a popular city meal, but generally oriental dishes and street foods are popular.

The sweet tooth

Plovdiv is a warm city and in the hot summer lemonades are popular all around. But for a really sweet experience, here are some ideas.

Dzhumayata coffee and sweet house – a Turkish sweet house where you can taste baklava, kadaif, Turkish delight and other oriental specialties that are indeed quite popular in Plovdiv. The place is also very central and perfect for a break from your walk around the centre. The sweet house is just next to the mosque, a few steps from the main promenade.

Yummy! Baklava at Dzhumayata sweet house
Yummy! Baklava at Dzhumayata sweet house in Plovdiv

Dolce Fellini sweet house – there you can taste various cakes and ice creams and of course coffee and lemonades. Just opposite Hemingway restaurant, near the Central Square.

Carrot cake
Carrot cake
Straciatella cake
Straciatella cake at Dolce Fellini

One ice cream place in Plovdiv

We often visit Plovdiv and we do not need a special occasion to do it. Last Friday we were there just for a few hours, to feel the hot summer day, to have lunch and to take Anna to have some ice cream. You know, it is very important to try ice cream everywhere. So we found the popular Savini Gelato, where one kid can get lost about the many tastes and rather pick her ice cream by colour. But I always appreciate variety and I had done a small research whether to find really good ice cream. We went to Savini after a recommendation, otherwise I would hardly find them myself. /location/

Anna and the ice-cream
Anna and the ice-cream

Where to stay in Plovdiv

First, don’t make the mistake to go to Plovdiv for only a day. Make sure that you spend at least a night there. You won’t regret the amazing sunset and evening walks in the centre and the Old town. A weekend in Plovdiv or another 2-3 day stay in Plovdiv will give you the opportunity and comfort to enjoy it fully. Of course, you could even spend a week there and you probably won’t regret. But allow some nights in Plovdiv to see how romantic the city is indeed.

Do not miss the chance to enjoy a sunset in Plovdiv
Do not miss the chance to enjoy a sunset in Plovdiv

About where to stay in Plovdiv, you have many options. There are numerous hostels and guest houses along the old town, Kapana and the main street. But if you stay there, make sure you are not travelling by car. Because parking in these mainly pedestrian areas is a huge challenge and you can easily be fined. However, if you have not brought your vehicle to care about, a night in central Plovdiv is a great decision.

If you are travelling by car and prefer to stay on a more remote location with secured parking and other comforts, there are numerous opportunities, too. We last stayed in Imperial Hotel**** which is maybe 3 km from the centre. It is a wonderful 4-star hotel with spacious and comfortable rooms, amazing breakfast and SPA facilities. According to friends in the travel business, it is maybe the best such hotel in Plovdiv now. But you have to use taxi, it is 1.5 euro (3 levs) from Imperial Hotel to the city centre.

Hotel Imperial - our lovely home for one night in Plovdiv. And this deluxe room was huge
Hotel Imperial – our lovely home for one night in Plovdiv. And this deluxe room was huge

However, if you have only one day or 24 hours in Plovdiv, see this article and plan your itinerary carefully in order to explore the most important places.

The Old Town Plovdiv

The most exciting places in Plovdiv, Bulgaria – the European Capital of Culture 2019

July 26th, 2016 Андрей Андреев Plovdiv is a wonderful city, the second-largest city in Bulgaria and European Capital of Culture 2019. It is a place worth visiting for a few days but I admit that we often go for just a day or two. This time is completely insufficient to explore all amazing places in Plovdiv but it still better…

How to get to Plovdiv

By car

Plovdiv is a very communicative place, easily reachable from almost any part of Bulgaria. It is some 130 km from Sofia which takes around 1.30 hours by car (motorway between the two cities). If arriving by car, have in mind that parking in central Plovdiv is difficult. Large areas are pedestrian and most of the areas around are paid zone with limited time for parking. Luckily, there are some private paid parking where you can leave your car.

By public transport

Reaching Plovdiv by public transport is also easy. You can go by bus or train. There are regular buses from literally every city in Bulgaria so ask at the bus station of the place you are travelling from.

We also love travelling by Train and last time we visited Plovdiv we arrived exactly this way. The journey from Sofia to Plovdiv takes 2h 30 min and is relatively comfortable. Well, some of the train cars may be quite old and old-fashioned but others are new and some have a restaurant wagon. Quite comfortable, if you cannot stay at one place for a long time and prefer some space for walk and stretching during the trip. Well, if you travel from a further destination the journey might take much longer, compared to the road journey. But if you have time and patience, the train is still a nice option.

Plovdiv Train Station is beautiful and recently renovated
Plovdiv Train Station is beautiful and recently renovated
Andrey enjoying the train from Sofia to Plovdiv
Andrey enjoying the train from Sofia to Plovdiv

Plovdiv also has its own airport and several low-cost carriers land there.

When to visit Plovdiv?

Plovdiv is one of the liveliest cities in Bulgaria and no matter when you go there, there is high probability of interesting events and festivals. In terms of weather, in the summer months Plovdiv can be really hot and hard to explore at daytime. So if you want to make long walks across the city, July and August shouldn’t be your first choice.

We love both spring, autumn and winter in Plovdiv. Snow is a very rare view there and the cold months are quite mild related to other parts of Bulgaria. So even in mid-winter, Plovdiv will be probably very welcoming.

Spring and autumn are busiest in terms of events. Street festivals, wine festivals, art festivals, food festivals – all kinds of events are organized there.

September 6th is the official Day of Plovdiv. It is also a national holiday – the day of Unification of Bulgaria, and the largest celebrations are held exactly in Plovdiv.

Check here for upcoming and regular events in Plovdiv.

Tips to enjoy Plovdiv in the best way

A hand from a local if always a great choice. We, Bulgarians, are happy to have friends and relatives all around the country that can show us the hidden secrets of the places they live in. Last time in Plovdiv we were lucky to be accompanied by our friend Ruslan and his boss Nadya and ever luckier that they are both travel professionals and work in a travel agency organizing various tours across Bulgaria (including hunting, wow!). So they guided us all around the amazing houses in the old town, to the best places to eat and drink in Plovdiv and even to Brestovitsa where we had a night of rest after the long walks.

So if you have limited time or just don’t know where to start, or just want to enjoy Plovdiv in the best possible way with a wonderful company, they are your people! It is not a coincidence that their travel agency is called Enjoy Plovdiv – they can really make you enjoy this amazing city. And don’t forget to tell them you heard from us about their services – this will secure you a 5 % discount. The magic word is AndreyAndreev! If booking online, enter this promo code – AndreyAndreev in the Promo code field to secure the discount. In any other case just say it and do not hesitate to ask us for help if you have any trouble. We will do our best to help you Enjoy Plovdiv!

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