UNESCO protected World Heritage Site, Royal Tomb of Kazanlak.
As we enjoy a scenic journey to Royal Tomb of Kazanlak, your expert storytelling guide for the day will provide you with an overview of the history of the tomb and its most famous sights.
In Royal Tomb of Kazanlak, The tomb is part of a large royal Thracian necropolis in the Valley of the Thracian Rulers near their ancient capital of Seuthopolis in a region where more than a thousand tombs of kings and members of the Thracian aristocracy can be found.
The paintings are Bulgaria’s best-preserved artistic masterpieces from the Hellenistic period (History between Alexander the Great 323 BC and emergence of the Roman Empire).
Visit the biggest Thracian’s Tombs in a Balkan peninsula Seuthes III Valley of Thracian’s Kings.
One of the them is The Tomb of Seuthes III (King of the Odrysion kingdom of Thrace from c331BC to c300BC).The biggest tomb on Balkan peninsula.
Seuthes III founded an ancient Hellenistic type city ‘Seuthopolis’ capital of Odrysian kingdom.
The tomb has an impressive facade, an unusual 13m long entry corridor and three consecutive spacious rooms.
Architectural and Ethnographic Complex Damascena.
Inspired by the energy that the Valley of the Roses and Thracian Kings brings,Damascena Complex was created.
Discover the magic of pick up rose and production of Rose Oil and taste honey ,jam, rose liqueur, rakia (Roses Brendy), etc, all made from rose home made specially for you.Relax in an unique gardens of the complex with 150 different but very beautiful roses.
Did you know ?
… The Bulgarian rose oil is declared the highest quality rose oil in the world?
… It takes 30 roses to produce 1 drop of rose oil, and 3000-4 000 kg of rose flowers for 1 kg of first-rate rose oil?
… The first rose oil in Bulgaria was distilled in the 17th century?
Our professional storytelling guide will share with you myths about Orpheus, described in several musical masterpieces and much more.