Lovech is one of the oldest towns in Bulgaria. The first inhabitants of the town were the Thracian tribe of the Meldi, whose traces date back to the 4th or 3rd centuries BC. They founded their capital, called Melta, in the area, which was situated at the place of today’s neighbourhood and architecture reserve Varosha. Later, when the Balkans were occupied by the Roman Empire, a military station called Prezidium was founded near the modern town, which was situated at an important strategic position on one of the main Roman roads. Parts of this road are to be seen in the territory of Lovech today.
Krushuna Falls are a series of waterfalls in northern Bulgaria, near the village of Krushuna, 34 km from the city of Lovech. They are famous with their picturesque landscape and are formed by many travertines.
Devetàshka cave is a large karst cave around 15 km northeast of Lovech, near the village of Devetaki on the east bank of the river Osam, in Bulgaria. Discovered in 1921, excavations began only in the 1950s and revealed almost continuous human occupation since the late Paleolithic. Earliest traces of human presence date back to the Middle Paleolithic around 70,000 years ago.
Trip duration: 09:00 h. – 19:00 h.
Add option: Depending on the length of trip, we offer: Visit Devetàshka cave is a large karst cave around 15 km northeast of Lovech / extra charge of 5 Euro per person /
|1st January to 31st December|
|Monday||09.00 - 19.00|
|Tuesday||09.00 - 19.00|
|Wednesday||09.00 - 19.00|
|Thursday||09.00 - 19.00|
|Friday||09.00 - 19.00|
|Saturday||09.00 - 19.00|
|Sunday||09.00 - 19.00|
|Last Admission||At least 24h before leaving