Tryavna has managed to preserve the National Revival spirit. There are 140 cultural monuments, museums and expositions in this small town, situated in central Bulgaria. Its emblematic building is the Clock Tower in the town square. There is an Art school, Museum of Asian and African Art and is preferable tourist destination.
2. Nesebar’s Old Town
The ancient city of Nesebar is one of the most visited seaside destination and not without a reason. The old town with its historic buildings, paved streets and powerful atmosphere is listed as UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1983. The town is connected to the mainland by a narrow isthmus. The first thing you see when you enter the ancient part of Nesebar is The Wooden Windmill. You can also see the old fortifications. The town is like a magnet for tourists and in the summer there are always a lot of people there.
2. Plovdiv’s Old Town
Plovdiv is famous with its six syenite hills, called tepeta. From one of them you can get a beautiful view of the second largest city in Bulgaria. The old town of Plovdiv is famous with its paved streets, historical houses and mostly with the Ancient Theater – a well-known monument from antiquity. Many events are still held on its scene. The open hours for the Theater: 9:00 – 17:30. Entrance fee: 3 levs for adults, 1 lev for kids.
For more info: Plovdiv – The oldest city in Europe.