Free Plovdiv Tour is a project of 365 Association, a nonprofit, non-governmental organization working to promote Bulgaria as a tourist destination and cultural center.
Tour revenue supports the promotion of local culture and civil participations. A portion of the profits from the tours is donated to the 365 Association’s Social Awareness Program, which gives aid to children from the Home for Children Deprived of Parental Care in Doganovo, Bulgaria.
Daily to Any day by appointment
11 AM & 6 PM from May - September, 2 PM from October - April
Adults, Families, Professionals, People with disabilities
1 to 100
Medium (2-5 miles/ 3-8 km walking distance, some physical effort)
Clothing & Equipment
Comfortable shoes for walking
Join Plovdiv locals for an exclusive insider’s look at Bulgaria’s second largest city. Both fun and educational, this tour is the perfect introduction to Plovdiv and its thousands of years of history. Sights on the tour include the second-century Roman Stadium, one of the largest structures of the Ancient Roman Empire, the Bulgarian Revival-era Old Town and its renowned architecture, the historic Church of St. Constantine and Helena, the Mevlevi Haane Dervish Monastery, and the scenic Maritza River. You will also have the opportunity to visit the Assumption of Mary Cathedral, the 17th-century home of celebrated French poet Alphonse de Lamartine, and Kîyumdzioglu House, the city’s ethnographic museum.
Free Plovidv Tour is a project of 365 Association.
I was in Plovdiv for half a day and a tour guided by Ivan was a great, quick way to visit all the most important places in the city center. Definitely worth going!
It was an exciting and interesting trip to visit the Old Town centre of Plovdiv! The guy was really nice and knowledgeable to all of our questions. He gave us some advice what to see and where to go for a drink. This is the perfect thing to do in the Old Town centre of Plovdiv!
City Hall (Obshtina), 1 Stefan Stambolov Square, Plovdiv, Bulgaria
City Hall is located next to the main fountain at 1 Stefan Stambolov Square.
To turn Bulgaria into a popular destination for tourism and culture; to improve the quality of tourist services in Bulgaria; to engage young people in active civil participation; and to create conditions to encourage multicultural exchange.
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