Veliko Tarnovo is a historical city in the central north of Bulgaria with well over 100,000 inhabitants and over 200,000 in the urban area.
From the Veliko Tarnovo Travel Guide
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very satisfied, good location, quiet room, nice view, air conditioner, friendly staff ... more
VERY HAPPY WE DECIDED TO STAY HERE, THERE WERE 4 OF US BOOKED TWO DOUBLE ROOMS EACH WITH ENSUITE, ONE HAD BATH AND SHOWER. THE ROOMS WERE PERFECT EACH HAD AN AREA TO PREPARE FOOD, ONE HAD A MICROWAVE ALSO AND BOTH HAD A KITCHEN SINK. THERE WAS A COFFEE MACHINE IN EACH WITH LOVELY COFFEE SUPPLIED. BOTH EVEN HAD A FRIDGE. ... more
hi there im arriving in bulgaria for a 5 day whirlwind tour of Sofia, Plovdiv and Veliko Tarnovo and if there is anyone online in any of those cities and wishing to give me a guided tour it would be great! im willing to pay for food, admittance money, a couple of beers etc as part of the deal i will be there very soon ...
1 Month from Bulgaria to Rome
starting off in Veliko Tarnovo, Plovdiv, Sofia, then thinking of busing to Belgrade and Novi Sad (does ...
later), then I would suggest either Plovdiv, Veliko Tarnovo (the old capital of Bulgaria, where ...
31st July 2011
The traffic wasn't too bad leaving Bucharest, despite driving through the middle of the city. Initially our Garmin told us it would take us 11 hours to get to Veliko Tarnovo, in Bulgaria, which ...
Posted in Kim and Danny 2011 by kimdanny
Veliko Tarnovo to Campina
SUNDAY 6TH JULY VELIKO TARNOVO TO CAMPINA Baking hot day from first thing and we set off for Bucharest. En route it was amazingly peaceful, we chose the right day to travel, hardly any lorries and not many cars. At the Bulgarian/Romanian border we just sailed through in 6 minutes, took longer to get ...
Posted in Grandfolks Grand Tour by Combes Caper