Hotel Gurko

Address: Gurko Str. 33, Veliko Turnovo, Veliko Tarnovo, 5000, Bulgaria | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Gurko Str. 33, Veliko Turnovo, is near Tsarevets Fortress, Samovodska Charshiya Complex, and St. Peter and Paul Church.
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        TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Gurko Veliko Turnovo

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        Travel Blogs from Veliko Turnovo

        Nikopol/Velica Turnovo, Bulgaria

        A travel blog entry by veschmidt45 on Oct 06, 2015

        ... and a singer from Bucharest who came to perform. Their costumes were fashioned Moulin Rouge style, and there was “lots of skin”, as our tour director noted. The singer was beautiful and her rich, sensual voice captivated all of us.

        We remained docked overnight in Nikopol. This is the furthest our boat is able to navigate on the Danube because of low water, so we are unable to reach the Black Sea as originally scheduled in our itinerary.

        Adventures in Plodiv

        A travel blog entry by travelezeuk on Sep 19, 2015

        4 photos

        ... finds in Plodiv is an extremely well preserved Roman amphitheatre. The structure, including the stands and performance area with it's original Roman pillars, were found more or less still complete. This extraordinary discovery was only uncovered by accident in the 70's after a landslide exposed the ruins of the semicircular 2nd-century-AD theatre. The ...

        Battered and Bruised - Welcome to Bulgaria

        A travel blog entry by madanaki on May 13, 2014

        5 comments, 14 photos

        ... and Bill directed traffic, George went around taking details and calming people and the rest of the group helped out as best they could. The group finally turned up at the hotel, unharmed but very upset and in shock. A while later we met up for dinner and had a bit of a debrief. George our trainee leader was unexpectedly in command, and in his quiet way gave us an update. All battered and bruised, no broken bones, but still undergoing tests. Welcome to Bulgaria!

        The Slavic Alphabet

        A travel blog entry by orianapacker on Aug 08, 2011

        ... parking zones.

        A step as (relatively) simple as learning a new alphabet opened up worlds for me here, and I can't wait to walk by all the Russian stores in Boston and actually know what they are! Granted the Russian alphabet has a couple more letters than the Cyrilliz one (Slavic version specific to Bulgaria), but ever the overachiever, I made sure to familiarize myself with those ...

        Bulgarian Struggles

        A travel blog entry by wanderwoman2010 on Jul 03, 2010

        12 photos

        ... relatively uneventful because of continuing thunderstorms, the energetic English-speakers and my need to figure out which way I was going next! My first evening we walked up to the fortress for the evening light show presenting the history of Veliko. It was definitely worth it. They have recently removed the sound so that you have to pay a big fee to go to a room somewhere to hear the accompanying sound and music. The light show ...