The Historical Museum concentrates on the 1876 April Uprising and the massacre of Bulgarians at Batak, which directly led to the Russian...
Church of Sveti Konstantin & Elena
Plovdiv’s oldest church, this was built over a late Roman church. It’s dedicated to Constantine the Great, the 4th-century emperor who...
Permanent Exhibition of Dimitar Kirov
Housed in a grand old-town mansion where Plovdiv's budding artists worked in the 1960s, this special place celebrates the life and...
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’),...
Restaurant Rahat Tepe
Way up in the old town, the outdoors Rahat Tepe serves simple meals such as salads, beef kebabs and fried fish.
Nedkovich House information
Lonely Planet review
The Nedkovich House, dating from 1863, has a lovely, leafy courtyard that sometimes hosts art shows, but alas, the house is poorly lit inside. The highlights are the ornate wood ceiling and flowery wall paintings.