Hotel Berkut

Address: 35 Al. Stamboliiski street, Plovdiv, Plovdiv, 4107, Bulgaria | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 35 Al. Stamboliiski street, Plovdiv, is near Historic Plovdiv, Ethnographic Museum, Nebet Tepe, and Hisarja.
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      Travel Blogs from Plovdiv

      Gabrovo Hills Owners forum 8

      A travel blog entry by stevecherylmoss on Apr 01, 2015


      Hi All.

      Trying the blog again to update all you owners. Hope you are all ok and survived the winter.

      I said I would update you all with dates people are going over. So far a few dates are known.

      We are going over 12th - 23rd May and 11th - 22nd Aug.
      Dave Castick 16/6 - 27/6
      Paula and Chris Sheppard 4th - 16th Aug
      Phil & Linda Wilson 13th - 24th July and 13th - 22nd Oct.


      Lovely relaxing Plovdiv

      A travel blog entry by lucywillson on Mar 02, 2015

      20 photos

      ... sat in the sun on a nice smooth rock and gazed out over Plovdiv. I could hear lots of birdsong and it was all very peaceful and lovely. In the distance I could see Nebet Tepe, the hill with the fortress remains on it. I walked round the terrace for a bit before going back down.

      At the foot of the hill I walked into a restaurant recommended in my guidebook (thinking that I'd have a big, late lunch and then just have a snack for dinner) but then walked straight ...

      Asenovgrad Fortress

      A travel blog entry by lucywillson on Mar 02, 2015

      14 photos

      After we left the monastery we retraced our steps and stopped at Asenovgrad Fortress, which perches dramatically in the mountains about 2km from the town. The only wholly preserved building in the fortress complex is a tiny church which nevertheless has two floors. It has fragments of murals on the walls. It looked like a working church, not just a museum one; there were chairs in rows, a wooden stand with bibles and ...

      Roman amphitheatre, icons and Baba Marta

      A travel blog entry by lucywillson on Mar 01, 2015

      26 photos

      ... a little bit until I reached the Church of the Mother of God (also known as the Assumption Cathedral). This was more atmospheric and colourful than the church of St Dimitar. Included in the painted, wooden iconostasis was a big icon of the Virgin & Child framed with two rows of apples, one row green and the other red. By a pillar there was another big icon of the same subject; this one was framed with white flowers and had red and green apples only ...

      Plovdiv to Istanbul

      A travel blog entry by londone7 on Oct 14, 2013

      34 photos

      ... When we arrived at the bus station he went to the depot for the bus company, not the main bus terminal. I was going to take a cab but a guy said there were free company buses to different parts of the city. I wanted to goto Eminonou and he said goto Aksaray and take the tram.

      I didn't have a map and was doing this off memory as this is my third time in Istanbul. I'm not ...