This is the longest walking path in Europe. No cars! Beautifully build and renovated. Has flowers, resting benches, and ancient buildings, including Roman amphitheater /stadium. Lots of restaurants,shops, churches, water fountains and landmarks.
“Memory is one of our favourite higher-class restaurants in the city. The ambience suggests that you put on an evening dress and high heels or a formal shirt and jacket. The bar has a grand piano and often evenings are accompanied by pleasant music. There is a big garden where the atmosphere is not that sophisticated. The menu is seasonal and almost everything you would want to try is delicious and served with care and style, and the wine list is really remarkable. We recommend you garnish your dish with their homemade bread served in a paper bag and finish with their Memory cake. On weekdays they also offer lunch menu at a reasonable price.”
“ The old town in Plovdiv is an architectural and historical reserve located on three of Plovdiv's hills: Nebet Tepe, Dzhambaz Tepe and Taksim Tepe. The complex has been formed as a result of the long sequence of habitation from prehistoric times to present day and combines the culture and architecture from Antiquity, Middle Ages and Bulgarian revival. The old town in Plovdiv is included in UNESCO World Heritage tentative list since 2004”