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If you never visited roman theater, I'd say go ahead. But if you seen some, you've probably seen better. I think entrance fee is to high. Better to go to the caffee on top, sit by the fence and enjoy the view than to actually...More
From what I could see, there was little remaining of the original theatre except for the seating and a few columns. I understand they do hold performances, which may well be worth the visit but the theatre alone is pretty underwhelming compared to other Roman...More
Hello everyone! Plovdiv is the oldest populated city in Europe that I have ever visited, with a history of 8000-9000 years! This place immediately takes you to another atmosphere filled with an ancient history that feels at every moment Pleasant and responsive people, a rich...More
This well preserved theatre was setting up for a concert when we visited. I would love to see a performance there in such a spectacular location. There were only a couple of other tourists there and we could wander about at leisure.
I tried to visit Roman theater on 14:00. They showed that the visit is temporarily closed until 18:00. I returned on 18:00 and I received a blatant answer - the theater closes for visits after 18:00 because the normal visit hour is till 18:00. I...More
Located in the Old Town of Plovdiv, this is definitely one of the must-sees. Fascinating well preserved piece of ancient history, floating over the modern city. Entrance fee is 5 BGN, but even better way to experience it is to visit some of the concerts...More
What an amazing surprise this place is. Nestled in the middle of the hustle of Plovdiv it just appears out of nowhere and it is a challenge to see how it fits in with the rest of the city. It costs 5 lev to enter...More
Well preserved and maintained, perhaps because it is presently used for performances. Take a walk out of the theatre towards the new town and see the ruins to visualise the true extent of this grand architecture!
Sorry, I don't know, I used my debit card in ATMs to access local currencies all across eastern Europe with no problem. If you do try to use dollars or euros, they may accept them, but you will lose on the exchange rate... More
Sorry, I don't know, I used my debit card in ATMs to access local currencies all across eastern Europe with no problem. If you do try to use dollars or euros, they may accept them, but you will lose on the exchange rate they use.
I haven't seen a ramp for wheelchairs and in general the access to the place to start with will be very tricky - the old town is mostly laid with cobble stones and on foot it can be tricky, let alone with a helping vehicle... More
I haven't seen a ramp for wheelchairs and in general the access to the place to start with will be very tricky - the old town is mostly laid with cobble stones and on foot it can be tricky, let alone with a helping vehicle. But you can always call the tourist info centre at +359 32 620453 and they should know best.