Hotel Boliari

Address: 2 Ivanka Boteva str, Veliko Turnovo, Veliko Tarnovo, 5000, Bulgaria | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 2 Ivanka Boteva str, Veliko Turnovo, is near Tsarevets Fortress, Samovodska Charshiya Complex, and St. Peter and Paul Church.
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Travel Blogs from Veliko Turnovo

Nicopolis ad Istrum & Lesicheri Obelisk

A travel blog entry by lucywillson on Mar 21, 2015

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Today I went on an excursion with F, V & A to Nicopolis ad Istrum, the remains of a Roman and Early Byzantine town about 20km north of Veliko Tarnovo.

Nicopolis ad Istrum is in the countryside very close to the little village of Nikyup (pronounced Nik-yoop) - a small collection of old-looking houses with tiled roofs. Horses wandered around; apparently they belong to the gypsies who live in Nikyup and travel around by horse and cart. These carts are very ...

Liberation Day

A travel blog entry by lucywillson on Mar 03, 2015

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... an hour walk to have been wasted and I was tired (my rucksack was very heavy), so I didn't. There was nothing to see or do in the area of town I was in apart from a Lidl supermarket round the corner, so I went inside, browsed and bought some lunch items to have at the station and some snacks for the journey later. After I'd eaten my lunch I read my Alexander Humboldt book until it was time to wander out to where my bus was due to leave.
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Some churches on hills and in rocks

A travel blog entry by charlotterowley on Jan 31, 2015

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So I've barely been in Romania for 12 hours, but going off to Bulgaria for the day! Why not?! It was difficult getting up at 7am - which is really 5am. And it was pouring with rain. We were being picked up at 8am just across the road. Rather optimistic to think we could buy breakfast somewhere, there were no cafes within sight. So we just ran through the rain for barely 5 minutes across to the Romanian Atheneaeum - an ornate concert hall built in 1888 - where we ...

Stopping to Watch the Leaves Change

A travel blog entry by jeffwright on Nov 11, 2011

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... the Balkans for a few months; Boryana, a Bulgarian girl from VT; Boryana’s boyfriend, Sashko; and a Dutch guy, Matt, who is on a whopping 2.5-year travel journey through Europe.

After a few drinks I made plans with Matt to go to the nearby castle of the old Bulgarian capital, Trarevets, the next morning.

Saturday morning, Matt suggested that we go to the back entrance of the castle to avoid paying an entrance fee. Instead of protesting, ...

Life after the Amacello.

A travel blog entry by jimfavor1 on Oct 08, 2011

... the other side without us. We were only a few minutes late, but we had to sit and wait for the ferry to make its first scheduled run of the day. We could see the trucks being backed on to the ferry across the way. They kept adding new ones long after we had been convinced that they must be fully loaded. Finally the ferry came over to our side, but it took forever to get lined up so that the trucks could get off. Then finally ...