3-Bedroom Condo in Starozagorski bani

3-Bedroom Condo in Starozagorski bani



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août 2017


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1 chambres
Couchages 3
1 salles de bain

Notre maison

Our suite is located in the Levkion Hotel in the resort of Starozagorski bani. Starozagorski bani (Stara Zagora Baths) is a village and a mineral spring spa resort in central Bulgaria. It is located in Sredna Gora mountain, 15 km (9 mi) north-west of Stara Zagora - one of the oldest cities in Europe. There are many registered prehistoric settlements in the region, but three of them, which are localized within the features of the modern city, have a world-wide significance. One of the most popular tourist attractions in Starozagorski bani is the site Virgin Mary's Footprint, situated north of the village. It is called like this because of a rock formation that looks like a giant human footprint inside a rock. According to the legend, this is a footprint of Virgin Mary, which is filled with water which never drains.


Apprenez plus sur nous-mêmes

  1. We are family with two dirls - 6 and 2 years old.

  2. Lyubo is a civil engineer and I'm a stay-at-home mom.

  3. We love to travel and discover new places.



Where is it?

Votre Quartier

The village is situated in the valley of river Sazliyka, at 370 m (1,210 ft) above sea level. The surrounding mountain peaks rise up to 800 m (2,620 ft). The mild climate and the hot mineral springs of the valley have attracted settlers since prehistory. A neolithic settlement has been discovered around the mineral springs, close to today's main Thermal bath building. It existed in the place from around 6000 BC until the late chalcolithic age, around 4000 BC. Many of the findings from the site's archeological excavations, mainly pottery, tools made of stone, horn, bone and copper, and other pieces of prehistoric art, are now displayed in the Neolithic Dwellings Museum in Stara Zagora.
An impressive 2500 m2 (26,900 sq ft) Roman thermae has also been discovered in the village in 1965. It was built around the 2nd century AD and has been used at least until the 12th century AD by the population of the Bulgarian village founded south of the thermae. In 1967 the village gained the status national balneotherapy resort. This led to big investments in developing tourism in the area.

Beer House is the restaurant of the complex. There are many hotels and pensions offering mineral water spa services, restaurants, parks and sport facilities offering different outdoor recreation opportunities. Hiking trails lead into the surrounding mountains.

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