Weekend with discounts for hotels, spa centers and events in Plovdiv

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. To take advantage of the discounts first you have to get special bracelets that will give you the right. The price for one of them is 3 leva (approximately 1,5 Euro), for two – 5 leva (approximately 2,5 Euro), and for three – 7 leva (approximately 3,5 Euro). Children up to 7 years do not need a bracelet and will enjoy the discounts of his or her family.

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The bracelets can be purchased from the Tourist Information Center in Plovdiv, near the Roman Stadium, the Trakart Centers, the Ticket Center of the Municipality, the shops Biophresh and Love Plovdiv, the Museum of nature, the Markovo Tepe Mall, Intelcoop hotel and Dwell Café.


Besides discounts, visitors will also be able to win different prizes by joining an online poll to determine the best bar, restaurant, hotel, and cultural institution in the city. The results of the survey will be announced on March 12 and the lucky ones from the participants in the poll will take a free overnight stay at a hotel of choice for two, dinner for two, tickets for two for optional show, voucher with 50% discount for spa and relax procedures and a family ticket to visit a museum or gallery of choice.

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The opening of the weekend will be on 8th March at 4 pm with the exhibition “The Unknown Houses in the Old Town of Plovdiv” at the National Library “Ivan Vazov”. Entrance for the event is free of charge. The full program of weekend events can be viewed at http://tourismplovdiv.org/en/program-2019/

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