These are two of the city's biggest attractions that I recommend everyone to visit . Also the trap in the city center 7 popped the rocky canal and the singing fountains .
The Stadium of Philippopolis was built in the beginning of 2nd century AD Like the other imperial buildings for spectacular events, the Ancient Stadium of Philippopolis had its seats of honour preserved by inscriptions in the marble blocks. Seats with Greek inscriptions were found, proving the…
The Ancient Roman Stadium is one of the largest and best preserved buildings from Roman times. Located under the main pedestrian street in the center.
“Impeccable piece of history of the Roman Culture! Amazing place in a wonderful location with great views! Built in the 1st century A.D. One of the best preserved ancient theatres of the world. Public building of the ancient Philippopolis with marble seats and capacity of 6000 spectators. Great acoustic! Today the Ancient Theater is a great venue for concerts, plays, and musicals. Don't miss if you have a chance to attend an evening performance! ”
“One of the top recommended places on trip adviser n the heart of Capana. Famous for their meat balls, nice out out door & indoors atmosphere. Very friendly professionals will serve you well. ”
“The Balabanov House is a representative for the development of the symmetrical Plovdiv house and is one of the most lavish examples of a house whose spatial composition is characterized by the equal role of two perpendicular axes, the one of the ground floor and the one of the 1st floor. It is also characterized by the exclusively rich elaboration of the architectural detail, of plastic and flat ornamentation. This pattern transcends the pure residential function and is similar to the features of a public building”
“The best garden in Plovdiv! Singing fountains, kids play areas, restaurants and coffees!”
“If you get tired of the city’s noise and crowds, you can do some sports or just take a walk at the rowing canal. This is a unique sports complex, the only one not only in Bulgaria but on the Balkans, too, where annual rowing, tennis, football and other sports competitions are organized. Look below the bridge and you will see the huge catfish swimming in the canal. The place is particularly nice at dusk when you can watch the sun go down and welcome the night in the wonderful garden of Grebetsa restaurant. ”