Dzhendem tepe, also known as the Youth Hill, is the highest among the 6 hills in the city of Plovdiv – 307 meters. It is the one furthest from the central area and for that reason tourists sometimes miss it.
Bunardzhik tepe is one of the seven hills of Plovdiv. The hill is a gorgeous park and an excellent way to escape the city for an hour or two. Also, it provides a marvelous panoramic view of the whole town.
When we talk about Bulgarian wines, vineyards and wineries, one should know that the wine production in those lands goes back to the Thracian times - centuries before Christ. The wine was an essential part of the Thracian culture
Тhe city is situated between two of the biggest mountains in the country – the Rhodopi mountain and Stara planina (“The old mountain”, also known as “The Balkan”). That creates an opportunity for city tourism to be combined with nature walks
Plovdiv in wintertime is a delightful walk on the main street either on warmer, or snowier days, dining or drinking coffee in Kapana, or visiting a museum. We from Free Plovdiv Tour enjoy doing all of them!