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Restawran na Modern European
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“You will be impressed by the cuisine and the service of the staff, they provide the highest quality food experience in the city. ”
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Landmark
“For more than two centuries Tarnovo is the capital of the Second Bulgarian Kingdom (the end of XII – XIV century.). It is the center, where were decided the most important political, religious, administrative and cultural issues in the life of the mediaeval state. Contemporaries spare the epithets calling it “Bogospasniy Tarnovgrad” “Great Tarnov”, “Queen of the Cities” “… second in words and deeds after Istanbul,” its fame wore in distant lands, reaching to the “North Ocean”. The territory of the city Tarnovo that has been inhabited since ancient times became a metropolitan center after the restoration of the Bulgarian state in 1186. It is chosen because of its strategic location, the vast area for development and the fact that at the end of XII century it is one of most fortified cities. This provides good opportunities for its development as large and populous urban center. The capital city extends over the fortified with powerful walls hills Tsarevets, Trapezitsa, Momina fortress slopes to the natural water barrier of Yantra river and its terraces. The dominance of Tsarevets Hill and its natural inaccessibility have determined the choice here to be the center of supreme control of the state. A complex defense system is ensuring the safety of people living in the castle. The main entrance to the interior is from the west. It is protected by four consecutive gates and towers over them. There was a drawbridge before the first gate. Close to the inner gate are the barrack-rooms. A dominant place in the palace and fortress occupied the royal complex and the patriarchal complex. In the palace of Bulgarian kings live the mediaeval rulers and their associates, who draw up and implement the overall policy of the state. It is the most impressive and monumental ensemble in the capital, with area of 2872 square meters. During XII – XIV century it underwent several renovations. It is protected on all sides by a massive fortress wall and towers. There are buildings with ornate facades inside. The throne-room and the private chambers of the ruler have magnificent interior. The king’s administration offices and a number of buildings with food, hygienic and economic purposes were in the palace. The relics of the revered Bulgarian saint – St. Petka were in the royal church. Some of the Bulgarian kings ruled in the XIV century are buried in this temple. The administration of the church life is realized from the Patriarchy – the “mother of all Bulgarian churches”. Surrounded by fortified walls and towers the patriarchal complex occupies an area of 2413 square meters. There were the library, the scriptorium, the dwellings and offices of the patriarch and the monks’ cells. The Patriarchal Church “Ascension of Christ” with a bell tower is located in the middle of the courtyard. It also kept the relics of St. Michael Voin and some canonized saints – Bulgarian Patriarchs Joachim I, and Joachim Macarius III. The rest of the fortress was built tightly. Archaeological excavations have uncovered the foundations of 470 residential buildings, architectural complex inhabited by senior Bulgarian aristocrat, an inn. During the metropolitan period in the castle there were 23 temples and 4 city monasteries. Their facades have been implemented in the typical for the period picturesque style and inside they were covered with magnificent frescoes. Nowadays can be seen fully restored patriarchal church “Ascension of Christ”. The frescoes inside it are the work of the artist Theophanes Sokerov. There are presented in large-scale compositions personalities and the most important moments of medieval history.”
  • Inirerekomenda ng 16 na lokal
Kapitbahayan
“Etara Open-Air Ethnographic Museum is a wonderful place where you can see more than twenty traditional hand crafts practiced in the beginning of the 19th century. ”
  • Inirerekomenda ng 4 na lokal
Place of Worship
“Very close to Gabrovo, you can find 3 interesting places in one spot - the Dryanovo Monastery under a rocky mountain, a path in the trees passing by wonderful waterfalls and ending in front of the entrance of Bacho Kiro cave. ”
  • Inirerekomenda ng 6 na lokal
Entertainment
“The best live music bar around. Usually features live bands on Tueday (live jazz music), Friday and Saturday nights. Check it out :)”
  • Inirerekomenda ng 6 na lokal
Monumento / Landmark
“Monument with an Art gallery in the backyard. The Asenevci Monument is dedicated to Kings Asen, Peter, Kaloyan and Ivan Assen II. It was built in 1985, at the age of 800 years since the rebellion of the Assen and Peter brothers. The sword around which the four Assenets are located symbolizes the power and the rise of medieval Bulgaria. A surrounding greenery is a popular place for summer live-music events. Beautiful view from the flat and 10 walk from it.”
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Bar
“The top cocktail bar in the city, just 150 m from the hostel. Also offers craft beer. Very popular among tourist and younger generation locals. Lively music, smiling staff, big terrace, DJ parties om Fri/Sat, special cocktail offers.”
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Restawran
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Parke
“Hotnishki waterfalls are amazing nature sightseeing. There is an eco path where you can walk around and rest.”
  • Inirerekomenda ng 2 lokal
Winery
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“Romantic restaurant right in the city center with a small garden. The food there is amazing. Try the cheese with truffle, it's magnificent. I recommend to make a reservation in advance. ”
  • Inirerekomenda ng 4 na lokal
Shopping Mall
“Veliko Tarnovo got only 1 Mall. You can shop also on the main street of the town, but to be honest, Veliko Tarnovo is not a shopping destination.”
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Bar
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Point of Interest
Establishment
“It's an open air ethnographic museum with typical for Bulgarian Renaissance architecture and crafts spirit. Here you can see in fact how the water is powering different machines for producing some materials and goods. If you are a lover of candies and sweets, here you can find a small craft shop for hand made candy canes, sugar cats or Gabrovian chocolate (made from plums) :) Enjoy.”
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Parke
“Sokolski Monastery only 10 minutes driving from Etara. Founded in 1833 “ Holy Mother’s Assumption” monastery is an attractive place for many believers. ”
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Restawran
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Restawran na Modern European
“You will be impressed by the cuisine and the service of the staff, they provide the highest quality food experience in the city. ”
  • Inirerekomenda ng 13 lokal
Restawran
  • Inirerekomenda ng 1 lokal
Winery
“Romantic restaurant right in the city center with a small garden. The food there is amazing. Try the cheese with truffle, it's magnificent. I recommend to make a reservation in advance. ”
  • Inirerekomenda ng 4 na lokal
Restawran
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Restawran
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Restawran
“It is a wonderful place with nice food, good wine and warm and cozy atmosphere. ”
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Restawran
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Pub
“This is a lovely Bar in the next village, we generally off road with the Lada Niva's to get there. Lots of fun.”
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