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View across the hills in Uzana, Bulgaria.

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Places to see and things to do in the region near to Veliko Tarnovo.

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  • Uzana

    Uzana

    Uzana is a hiking and ski resort in Bulgaria’s Bulgarka National Park. It has a network of hiking trails which make it a great place for walking and seeing nature. The views from the hilltops are stunning! It is about 25km from Gabrovo. The drive up to the ski resort is beautiful. Facts you might […]

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  • Elena

    Elena

    Elena is a wonderful town to visit. It you want to see a typical example of traditional Bulgarian architecture, it is a great place to visit. The Road 53 takes you direct to Elena from Camping Veliko Tarnovo. The journey winds its way through the gorge and river valley and emerges at Elena. Elena is […]

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  • Hotnitsa Waterfalls & Ecotrail

    Hotnitsa Waterfalls & Ecotrail

    Hotnitsa Waterfalls & Ecotrail are 15km from Veliko Tarnovo. They are well-worth a visit if you have a spare day on your tour. They are truly beautiful and showcase the stunning Bulgarian scenery. The ecotrail is also known as Kaya Bunar. It is mostly covered by a forest. Consequently, there is lovely shade on hot […]

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  • Sport Fishing is only a Cast Away!

    Sport Fishing is only a Cast Away!

    There are several sport fishing spots that are only a cast away! They are close to the campsite (less than 15 minutes drive) and local fishermen like to fish there. You can fish by the day for a small fee. “Sveta Gora” Sport Fishing Lake “Sveta Gora” Lake is a great place for fishing in […]

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  • Buzludzha

    Buzludzha

    Buzludzha is a peak in the Central Balkan Mountains of Bulgaria. The peak has been a site of historical importance since the 1800’s. The mountain is to the east of the Shipka Pass near the town of Kazanlak. The peak is 1,432 metres (4,698 feet) high. It was renamed to Hadzhi Dimitar in 1942 but […]

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  • Emen Canyon Eco Path

    Emen Canyon Eco Path

    Emen Canyon is a canyon formed over thousands of years by the erosion of the Negovanka River. The canyon and surrounding area was one of the first protected nature areas in Bulgaria. The Emen Canyon Eco Path follows the length of the canyon which starts a little to the north of Emen village. There is […]

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  • Shipka Memorial Church

    Shipka Memorial Church

    Shipka Memorial church is well-worth a visit. It is surprisingly beautiful and has opulent golden domes which glint in the sunshine. The Church was built at the beginning of the 20th Century. It was built to commemorate Russian troops that died for the liberation of Bulgaria in the Russo-Turkish War, 1877-78. The church’s bell tower is […]

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  • Dryanovo Cave

    Dryanovo Cave

    Whilst you stay at Camping Veliko Tarnovo, you should visit Dryanovo Cave. It is cool inside the cave system and is a perfect activity for a hot afternoon. It is 300m from Dryanovo Monastery & Ecotrail. Also there is a traditional restuarant on the river bank which sells delicious specialities such as ‘Mish-Mash’and Kavarma. This […]

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  • Tryavna Wood Carving Village

    Tryavna Wood Carving Village was famous during the Bulgarian National Revival period when it was at the forefront of wood crafts. Houses from this period feature their own unique architectural design. You will see this style of house throughout the village. The ground floors have irregular forms and housed craftsmen and traders. The upper floors […]

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