Cultural Center Thrakart
Visible through floor-to-ceiling windows in the Tsar Obedinitel underpass, Cultural Center Thrakart contains extensive Roman floor...
Adjacent to the tourist information centre, the remains of a Roman Odeon have been partially restored. There’s a tiny, reconstructed...
Sveta Marina Church
Built in 1561, Sveta Marina Church was burnt down 50 years later, rebuilt in 1783, and repaired in 1856. Note the 17m-high pagoda-shaped...
Very popular with local celebrities (and the youngsters desirous of them), this fashionable, dressed-up cafe plays retro, house and...
Across from the boulevard's pedestrian underpass, the friendly Gusto has diner-style booths upstairs and cosy tables downstairs, both...
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Lonely Planet review
Plovdiv’s longest-running nightclub was formerly called Paparazi, but in its current incarnation it has seen some slick renovations – though the DJ-driven house music, chalga (Bulgarian pop music) and hip-hop playlist remains the same in this cavernous place composed of three large halls.