Thracian Tomb of Kazanlâk
Considering that you get basically the same experience from seeing the full-scale tomb replica in this museum, most visitors choose not...
Kulata Ethnological Complex
Just down from Tyulbe Park and the Thracian tomb, you’ll find the appealing Kulata (Tower) district, site of the Kulata Ethnological...
Iskra Museum & Art Gallery
This gallery displays extensive archaeological finds including pottery, jewellery and tools from excavations of Thracian tombs like that...
Most popular by day, this cafe is good for a relaxed drink; it's set outdoors on a pedestrian street northwest from the square.
Hadzhi Eminova Kâshta
Set in the courtyard of the hotel of the same name, this well-regarded restaurant does some of Kazanlâk’s best traditional cooking.
Thracian Tomb of Kazanlâk information
Lonely Planet review
In hilly Tyulbe Park, just up from the Kulata Ethnological Complex, is a very large and very locked tomb: built in the 4th century BC for a Thracian ruler, it was discovered in 1944 during a bomb shelter construction, and is now a Unesco World Heritage site.
Along the dromos (vaulted entry corridor), a double frieze depicts battle scenes. The burial chamber is 12m in diameter, and covered by a beehive dome typical of Thracian 3rd to 5th centuries BC design. The dome's murals depict events such as a funeral feast and chariot race.