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Located around 25 km away from Veliko Tarnovo, a visit to this site is worth your while. Excavation works and transformation into an open air museum was made using European funds and results show expenditure was not in vane. There are several explanations available in...More
We were the only ones walking around ( in the rain) the entensive ruins of this roman city on the particularly well preserved roads. Talking to the girl at the entrance there are infact few visitors and yet it certainly is well worth while driving...More
This Roman town has many ruined buildings to explore some very decorative carved stonework. The original streets are interesting and very well preserved in places. We were almost the only ones there, it's a pity that no one visits as there is so much more...More
Thanks to EU funding these lovely Roman remains all carry helpful information displays. Anywhere else on the planet these ruins would be a tourist magnet, but strangely you can often be the only visitor to the site, lovely setting next to a tranquil lake
We thought that there will be only a few badly exposed ruins, but it turned out that it is a big archeological site, with ancient streets, columns, houses and temples remains. There are many explanatory tables, giving lots of information and pictures on this roman...More
If you are interested in history,you definitely must see this place located about 25km far from Veliko Tarnovo. The way is on some places pretty damaged, so do not be surprised. The entrance fee is 6 BGN (family ticket). The area is big enough,it is...More