From 18 to 25 May, Shipka Fest will be held at the Chirpanlieva House Ethnographic Museum in Shipka.
On May 17, the results of the Open Ethnographic Museum Etar competition will be announced for the most traditional, funny, artistic and most scary scarecrow.
Delicacy and specialties from around the world can be enjoyed at the International Arts and Crafts Festival, which will take place from 3rd to 5th in Oreshak.
A number of events for both children and grown-ups will be provided by the Ethnographic Open-Air Museum of Etar on the occasion of St. George's Day. In the unique Bulgarian architectural reserve, you can learn to decorate and decorate ritual bread.
By April 30th, all enthusiasts can participate in the traditional Etar Open Ethnographic Museum Contest for the production of scarecrows. In the competition can take part both individual participants and groups. All scarecrows must be made of natural materials such as wood, straw, clay, textiles
Between March 8 and 10, you will be able to visit dozens of cultural events, hotels, spa centres and restaurants in Plovdiv with a discount. The event is part of the "Plovdiv Weekend" organized for the first time in the European Capitals of Culture.
Traditionally, on the first Sunday of March, mummers chase the evil spirits away and welcome the coming of spring and the waking up of the earth for a new life in Shiroka Laka. This year, the Festival coincides with the national holiday March 3.