Stara Zagora The Essential
In the middle of the Thracian plain, Stara Zagora is a town of shaded avenues and gardens. On the road between Plovdiv and the Black Sea, the pleasant atmosphere of this old Roman settlement merits a stop. A stroll through the centre reveals its municipal gardens and a pedestrian precinct named after Tsar Simeon the Great. Also worthy of note are the 15C Eski-Dzamija mosque, and the Nikola-Manev Gallery (1867), a fine example of "Plovdiv Baroque".

Must see

Michelin's recommendations for Stara Zagora
Eski Džamija Mosque
Eski Džamija Mosque
Stara Zagora's town centre is graced
30 minutes
Museum of 19C Urban Life
Museum of 19C Urban Life
The Museum of 19C Urban Life is located
90 minutes