Hotel Boliari

Address: 2 Ivanka Boteva str, Veliko Turnovo, Veliko Tarnovo, 5000, Bulgaria | Hotel
 
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Location

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

Some churches on hills and in rocks

A travel blog entry by charlotterowley on Jan 31, 2015

... to a look out point, where you could see all around the Valley of the Rusenski Lom River. It was pretty, but would be much nicer in summer when the trees are green and full of flowers. Back in the car for another hour, and I slept the entire way, to the city of Veliko Tarnovo. Apparently one of the most beautiful cities in Bulgaria, located on the banks of Yantra River. We stopped for lunch at 1pm at a restaurant with great views across to the fortress and ...

Dryanovo Gorge & Monastery

A travel blog entry by lucywillson on Jan 18, 2015

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... we were further back in the gorge, was at a much higher up stage than where we'd crossed it before. It was filled with giant boulders. There was no bridge this high up but there were stepping stones, so we jumped across them and walked for a bit through the beech trees that continued on the other side.. After a couple of minutes the trail petered out, so after making a pact to come back again in the spring or summer, this time for a whole day, we retraced our steps and drove back to ...

Ice, hot sand coffee and amazing woodcarving

A travel blog entry by lucywillson on Jan 18, 2015

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... all of it had gone) so some of the roads were a bit slippery - neither of us fell over though. Tryavna is famous in Bulgaria for woodcarving and icon-painting and also for being the birthplace of the Bulgarian revolutionary Angel Kanchev, who on being captured by the police next to the Romanian border in 1872, shot himself rather than run the risk of betraying vital secrets under torture. It is also a very historic town, full of ...

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 ...