Philippopolis Art Gallery
Church of Sveta Bogoroditsa
This huge, three-aisle church stands atop a series of stone stairs at the old town’s base. With its unmistakable pink and blue bell...
Encho Pironkov City Gallery of Fine Arts
Bulgarian modern art is displayed at this gallery down a small laneway downhill from ul Sâborna.
Danov House, dedicated to renowned writer and publisher Hristo Danov and several other Bulgarian authors, contains a re-creation of a...
Café Taksim Tepe
With its patio setting overlooking Plovdiv’s red roofs, this tiny place has a relaxing vibe and (sometimes) plays ragtime and jazz....
Philippopolis Restaurant & Café
Formerly just a cafe, this restaurant belonging to the eponymous art gallery has a garden section with views, and indoor dining too....
Philippopolis Art Gallery information
Lonely Planet review
Bulgaria’s first private art gallery, this occupies the well-restored Hadzhi Aleko house (1865). It boasts works by 19th- and 20th-century Bulgarian masters such as Vladimir Dimitrov, Anton Mitov and Dimitar Gyudzhenov.