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During our walking tours in Veliko Tarnovo, we arrived to this charming street in the old part of town. Lots of little shops for various handicraft, a place where artists thrive. We were there on a Sunday afternoon and not many shops were still open,...More
This short street is filled with amazing shops! Each sells something traditional and you can see how it is made. From knives, traditional cluttery, to wooden toys, jewelries and kadaif (traditional sweet pastry). Very cute place and just look at the signs above each shop!...More
For those who would like to feel the authentic 19th century revolutionary Veliko Turnovo. The street is surrounded by renovated houses used as shops or galleries.
It leads staright to Tsarevets Fortress.
A great place for a walk where you can feel the spirit of Tarnovo. Here you can buy souvenirs and gifts. Cerrently, due to repairs, it is not the right time to visit, but I hope the summer is transformed.
We are here in Veliko Tarnovo for three days and spent half a day exploring Samovodska Charshiya and having lunch at Hadji Nokoli Inn. The place is pretty quiet as there are not many tourists visiting. The cobbled street and craft shops make the place...More
My husband and I just returned from a trip to Switzerland, Bulgaria and 2 days in Amsterdam. My son lives in Bankya, near Sofia and we've gone the last three years for a month long visit.
While in Veliko Tarnovo we found this delightful street...More
Along the street, there are various workshops of masters of jewelers, wood carvers, potters, knives, artists, etc. You can enjoy their beautiful creations, buy a variety of souvenirs and lose time.There is also a snack bar, where you can taste coffee on sand, boza, handmade...More
My husband and I visited this shop and LOVED the hand made pottery-made by Nina Nesheva. We would love to buy more. Does anyone know of their web site if they have one, as it is not mentioned on their brochure? She uses an old...More
Response from lubomir_stoyanov | Reviewed this property |
Absolutely all of them were open. There were more tourist on Sunday than on Friday. The street is full of life on Sunday.But my advise is first to look and compare prices as well some shops give discounts if asked.