Plovdiv is the second largest city in Bulgaria with almost 350 000 inhabitants. It is situated in in a very fertile region of the Thracian Valley, on the two banks of Maritza River. The city is built on the foot of seven hills – a reason to be compared to Rome. Nowadays Plovdiv is an important economic, transport and cultural center. The city is host to a big variety of local and international cultural and trade events.
Plovdiv is designated as a European capital of culture for 2019.
The Philippopolis stadium
Located in the Old Town of Plovdiv, the Philippopolis stadium is one of the breath-taking meeting points with antiquity. Being Read More
Regional Ethnographic Museum in Plovdiv
The Plovdiv Regional Ethnographic Museum is the second largest of its kind in Bulgaria. The institution was founded in 1917 Read More