Traveling to Pleven in Bulgaria


Bulgaria It is one of the European countries that more tourism earns every year, something that it achieves not only thanks to the beauty of its cities and landscapes but also because it is a cheaper destination than others such as France, the United Kingdom or Germany. Throughout all its geography you can find cities and towns with a lot of charm and a great story to tell.

Although the best known in the whole country is Sofia, its capital, there are many others that are worth a visit. One of them is Pleven, which is the seventh most populated and is in the north. It is one of the most important economic centers of Bulgaria and in it you can find many places of interest to visit and very interesting things to do, thus achieving a very complete holiday. Whether for a day visit or for a week, Pleven has a lot to offer.


Spring and summer are the best times to visit this city since it has a warm weather, but the truth is that in autumn and winter it is also very beautiful, so the cold must not be an impediment to enjoy it. Numerous archaeological finds were made there many years ago, being even the most important that were discovered throughout the country.


Many of the monuments in the city are related to the Russian-Turkish war that existed in antiquity, reaching more than 200 of all kinds. One of the most interesting places that is a must see is the St. George Chapel, in which is the Conqueror Mausoleum that was built in honor of the Romanian and Russian soldiers who died at that time. The Pleven Panorama It is another of the most important attractions, a place from which you can see the city from a very special point of view.


If you like museums you can not stop visiting the Pleven Regional Historical Museum, which has several exhibitions by Bulgarian artists and also with others with the most important European artists, such as Goya, Picasso, Chagall, Maurice, Daumier, Rodin, Degas, Dalí and Renoir. If you can, be sure to go to a representation at Ivan Radoev Theater, which is the theatrical lung of the city and which has a very special magic, so even if you don't speak the language it is worth seeing some play.

VISITING PLEVEN BULGARIA| TRAVEL VLOG #3| Liz Marie (November 2020)


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