Hostels In Plovdiv

7 Hostels in Plovdiv, Bulgaria
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Hostel Old Plovdiv
Hostel- 0.18km from city centre
Please note: SEND US YOUR ARRIVAL TIME AND YOUR MOBILE NUMBER ! THIS IS VERY IMPORTANT, BECAUSE IF YOU ARRIVE LATER THEN 17,00 O'COCK YOU WILL HAVE TO SELF CHECK IN. Hostel Old Plovdiv is Voted The Best Hostel in Bulgaria by for 2015,2016,2017,2019...
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Hikers Hostel Plovdiv
Hostel- 0.2km from city centre
Hikers Hostel is located in Plovdiv ? the cultural capital of Bulgaria.
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Mañana House
Hostel- 0.48km from city centre
Mañana House has clean, bright and spacious rooms, shared male and female bathrooms and an option for a room with a private bathroom.
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Ginger House Plovdiv
Hostel- 0.76km from city centre
Ginger House is new property in Plovdiv. It is a small, cosy hostel, made to help and welcome travellers.
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Hakuna Matata Plovdiv
Hostel- 0.5km from city centre
Hakuna Matata Plovdiv is located in the perfect center of the city of one of the oldest cities in Europe, Plovdiv.
No Privates Available
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Pijama Hostel
7.5Very Good
Hostel- 0.2km from city centre
Pijama Hostel is located in one of the best area in the city.
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My Guest Rooms Plovdiv
7.4Very Good
Bed and Breakfast- 1.2km from city centre
The beauty house is situated on the 29 ?Ivan Vazov? street in the area of greenery ? The Tzar Simeo
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About Plovdiv

Plovdiv is Europe's oldest continuously inhabited city, so come ready to take in some history. However, Bulgaria's second-largest city isn't just about celebrating the past – a renovated arts quarter and varied nightlife scene provides plenty of contemporary entertainment too. The paintbox-bright buildings of this ancient town are best enjoyed on foot, but make sure you bring your walking shoes as the whole city spreads over seven hills!

Most hostels in Plovdiv have free breakfast and communal kitchens. If you want to sleep in an antique bed choose the former home of one of the city's richest merchants, or if you're all about location, stay in a hostel within the Central Railway Station. Some Plovdiv hostels have free Wi-Fi and in most you can choose between dorms and private rooms. Check out a hostel in a traditional Bulgarian mansion where the staff organise day trips too, or look for one that offers bike and kayak rental if you feel like getting active.

Plovdiv's Old Town is the central neighbourhood with cobbled streets and 19th-century mansions. Many of these houses have been turned into museums, hotels and cafés that extend outdoors. The main street (Saborna) runs through the Old Town to Nebet Tepe – one of the most popular hills for watching sunsets. Slightly west of Old Town is the artsy neighbourhood of Kapana, full of craft beer bars and unusual boutiques. The Knyaz Aleksander I boulevard is the prime shopping street, which runs north to south through the city. 

The Ancient Theater of Philippopolis is a major attraction in Plovdiv. It has city views and the seats are just as they were when the Roman audiences filled them. For more history, check out the Natural Archaeological Museum to learn about the last 4000 years in Bulgaria. You can visit Stepan Hindliyan's home for a peek inside one of the most intricately decorated houses in Old Town – a single mural took six months to complete. For budget-friendly evening entertainment, catch the music and light show of the Singing Fountains in Tsar Simeon's Garden.

You can fly into Plovdiv Airport, but as there's no shuttle bus, be prepared to take a taxi into the city. There are three bus stations in Plovdiv and international services leave from Yug Bus Station, 15 minutes' walk from the centre. To travel within Bulgaria, buses leave from Yug, Rodopi and Sever Bus Stations depending on the destination. Getting around the city is best done on foot, as many of the roads are car-free during daylight hours.


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