When it comes to authentic, mouth-watering cuisine, Plovdiv is a true gem. Plovdivians certainly love their food and you can bet they don't compromise on variety and quality. There are multiple restaurants around town where you can go and enjoy
Sofia - the capital of Bulgaria, is a vibrant and interesting city that’s certainly worth exploring for a few days. You can enjoy a diverse cultural scene, bars, restaurants, not to mention some incredible architecture, parks and museums. If you
Plovdiv is one of those cities you can’t help but fall in love with. It’s history, culture, charm and friendly laid back atmosphere can certainly make anyone feel welcome. Since becoming the European Capital of Culture in 2019, Plovdiv has
In 2019, Plovdiv is one of the two cities awarded to be European Capital of Culture (along with Matera, Italy). The entire city is blooming with activity and has already transformed into an incredible urban scene, with many cultural events
If you are planning your first visit to our ancient city, you are probably wondering right now what to see in Plovdiv. While the city is relatively small (about 400 000 inhabitants), it has a rich history spanning several millennia.
If you’ve been to Plovdiv before you’d know that the coffee culture is a pretty big deal around here. It’s part of the famous locals' ‘’ayliak’’ philosophy - meaning being chill, taking things easy and generally enjoying life. Drinking coffee