We’ll pick you up from your hotel in Plovdiv for a scenic drive to the Eastern parts of the Rhodope mountains. While the landscapes change in beautiful sequence of forests and quaint little villages the road dives among the hills into the Arda river bed.
Built in the first half of the 16th century the Devil’s Bridge was erected on the site of an ancient Roman bridge commissioned by Sultan Selim I. The bridge is the largest and perhaps the most famous Ottoman bridge in the Rhodope Mountains and at one time connected the Greek Sea coast from Plovdiv.
On the way to the next historical sight, we have prepared very relaxing stop for a tasty lunch on the lake at a place with its own special history.
Perperikon is a unique example of an imposing Thracian city perched atop a rocky hill. Archaeological studies reveal a system of water supply and drainage. Temples and shrines, architectural elements and images of ancient deities. Historic layers dating back to the ancient city of Troy.
Having acquired more understanding about Bulgaria’s past, full of impressions, views, tastes and nice memories we’ll take you back to Plovdiv.