There is hardly a Bulgarian who does not know Koprivshtitsa town and what is its importance in the Bulgarian history. Located in Sofia district and near the towns of Panagyurishte, Pirdop and Klisura, Koprivshtitsa is visited throughout the year by tens of thousands tourists from Bulgaria and abroad. The town has preserved the spirit of the Bulgarian national revival and now it belongs to the list with 100 Tourist Sites of Bulgaria. Koprivshtitsa's guests may fully be absorbed by the atmosphere of the past centuries and this could be seen in the accommodations of the museum town. Presumably, guest houses dominate. They offer spacious verandas, green back yards with flowers and fountains, solid stone walls and fruit-trees. Most of the houses are restored and now offer modern facilities that could satisfy the preferences of the contemporary tourist - separate bathroom in each room/apartment, cable TV, mini bar and very often fully equipped kitchen with dining room. Guests may also use kitchens that are designed as Bulgarian taverns and add to the charm of the buildings. The accommodations on the banks of river Topolnitsa are often preferable when choosing to stay in Koprivshtitsa. The small historic town is definitely not suitable for people that look for luxury hotels or entertainment. You can only enjoy silence, peace and the beauty of nature, as well understand more about the Bulgarian history. Tourists may notice old fountains, monuments of known or unknown Bulgarian historic figure, churches or museums on every corner. Many popular Bulgarian names were born in Koprivshtitsa - the poet Dimcho Debelyanov, the poet and journalist Lyuben Karavelov, the revolutionists Todor Kableshkov and Georgi Benkovski, and many others. Apart from the fascinating town, tourists may also choose from numerous forest paths, herbs picking, forest fruits gathering or fishing. The regions is also rich in animal species.
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