Uniqa - Tryavna
Uniqa - Tryavna
Number of rooms: 9
Check-in time after 14:00
Check-out time before 12:00
We will hold your booking until 24:00
No pets allowed
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PS Tour Ltd., Bourgas 8000, 1, Al. Veliki Str.
Places to see nearby» Enchevtsi Village
The village of Enchevtsi is located some 7 km from the center of Tryavna (central Bulgaria). The village offers the perfect holiday with its calmness, pure air, deciduous and coniferous woods and lovely meadows, suitable for walks, picnics, picking mushroom, herbs and etc. The village of Enchevtsi is the starting point of marked tourist tracks leading to the village of Bozhentsi, Buzludja hill and the Museum of Ethnography Etara. The road from the village to Tryavna is covered with asphalt and is perfect for cycling. The church The Assumption of Holy Mary is declared monument of national importance, currently not acting. It was constructed by the prominent Tryavna Master Dimitar Sergiov. The iconostasis was made by father Koio Vitanov – of the most eminent Tryavna icon-painters. The original icons are put down and preserved in the Museum of Carving and Icon-Painting Arts in Tryavna.
The town of Tryavna
Tryavna is situated in the north slopes of Stara Planina Mountain. The famous Art School of Tryvna was established there. The old part of the town became an architectural reserve, with more than 140 monuments from the Bulgarian Revival. The only one revival architectural ensemble – the Kapitan Dyado Nikola Square, was preserved in Tryavna. The oldest building in it is the St. Archangel Michael Church, constructed in honour of the victory of the brothers Asen and Petar, whose armies had defeated the Romans in 1192. Two of the symbols of the town are the Clock Tower, built in 1844 and the Kivgiren Bridge – 1845. Other interesting tourist sights are the Daskalova House, the Raykova House and the Slaveikova House, where the famous Bulgarian poet Pencho Slaveikov was born. Tryavna is one of the 100 National Tourist Sights of Bulgaria.
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