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Sliven is a region in the southeast of Bulgaria, bordering on the Turkish Marmara Sea region. When Sliven town is mentioned what comes to the mind of many people is the famous Bulgarian outlaw freedom fighters who fought against the Ottoman Turks in the early 19th century. There’s however more to the town than just this popular historical tale. Sliven, Bulgaria is the eighth largest city in the country and harbours many great tourist attractions. The mineral springs, the popular massif Sinite Kamani and the fresh and serene environment are but some the major attractions the country has been blessed with. Also worthy of a mention is the spectacular accommodation at the Sliven holiday villas and Sliven holiday apartments. If you plan to go to the capital Sofia, however, you will need more time, as there are 300 kilometers to overcome.
One of the most popular things that Silven is known for is the clean water sources and the fresh air. This is because of the three famous rivers that divide the town into three regions. These are Selishtna, Asenovska and Novoselska. If you like the idea of a relaxing Bulgarian holiday in one of our Sliven holiday homes and Sliven holiday rentals, surely you will also enjoy fishing, some swimming and many of the other laid-back fun activities that take place in and around these winding rivers. The cool summer and the meek winter are an important factor why tourists love this city and continue to return, year after year. During summer the temperatures are conducive for fun activities such as mountain climbing and fishing. The night life also deserves to be explored and appreciated – it's a world away from the clubs and bars back home – go and investigate in the name of cultural exchange! There are a number of restaurants offering the comfort similar to that of Sliven villas and Sliven apartments as well as fantastic night clubs where you can relax and enjoy your drink. If you like getting around in the country you can also take a trip to the Black Sea. The popular holiday resort Burgas is just a 1,5 hours drive away. Perfect for beach lovers! A 200 kilometers drive would also take you to Thrace in Greece. As you can see, Sliven has a very fascinating surrounding.
After Pirin and Vintosha, Sliven is home to the third biggest park in Europe. Known as the Sinite Kamani, the park comprises of approximately 7,000 hectares of land with rare animal species and vegetation. It also has a range of cultural traditions such as the Bulgarian national revival epoch that was so significant in contributing to the cultural treasures. There are also the puppet theaters, drama theatres and national museums that are temptingly close to holiday villas in Sliven and holiday apartments in Sliven. Those of you who have heard of the famous Neolith Epoch should take the opportunity to visit Silven, book accommodation at the Sliven holiday villas and Sliven holiday apartments then visit the Silven Museum of history. This is the place where archeology proof and research findings of the Neolith Epoch have been stored, making it an absolute must for any history buffs. Another interesting spot in Silven is the elm tree that is found at the heart of the town. This tree is hundreds of years old and is referred to as Stariya Bryast.
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