Church of Sveti Konstantin & Elena
This is Plovdiv’s oldest church and one of its most beloved: the riotous frescoes and gilded iconostasis within belie its broody...
Atanas Krastev House
This was where local painter and conservationist Atanas Krastev lived until his death in 2003. His self-portraits and personal...
The Historical Museum concentrates on the 1876 April Uprising and the massacre of Bulgarians at Batak, which directly led to the Russian...
King's Stables Café
This summer-only outdoor cafe has a lower area beside the restaurant, with live music stage, and a funky upper bar (the ‘second stage’),...
Way up in the Old Town, the al fresco Rahat Tepe serves simple meals such as salads, beef kebabs and fried fish. Suitably rustic with...
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Ethnographical Museum information
This intriguing museum houses 40,000 exhibits, including folk costumes, musical instruments, jewellery and traditional craftworks such as winemaking and beekeeping. Built in 1847, it's Plovdiv's most renowned National Revival–period home; the gorgeous garden and exquisite exterior are reasons enough to make a visit here.