2 days in Stara Zagora Province Itinerary

2 days in Stara Zagora Province Itinerary

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Kazanlak
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Kazanlak

— 1 night
Start off your visit on the 18th (Sat): appreciate the history behind Buzludzha.

To see maps, other places to visit, traveler tips, and other tourist information, read Kazanlak online attractions planner.

Varna to Kazanlak is an approximately 4-hour car ride. You can also take a bus; or take a train. Traveling from Varna in September, expect a bit cooler with lows of 13°C in Kazanlak. Wrap up your sightseeing on the 19th (Sun) early enough to drive back home.

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Stara Zagora Province travel guide

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Monuments · Cemeteries · Sacred & Religious Sites
Stara Zagora is a province of south central Bulgaria. It is named after its administrative and industrial centre—the city of Stara Zagora—the sixth-biggest town in the country. The province embraces a territory of 5,151.1 km² that is divided into 11 municipalities with a total population, as of December 2009, of 350,925 inhabitants.In the southeastern part of the province on the edge of Radnevo Municipality there is a coal production facility. Between 1934 and 1949, the province included parts of the present Kardzhali Province.MunicipalitiesThe Stara Zagora province contains 11 municipalities . The following table shows the names of each municipality in English and Cyrillic, the main town or village, and the population of each as of December 2009.PopulationThe Stara Zagora province had a population of 370,665 (370,615 also given) according to a 2001 census, of which were male and were female. As of the end of 2009, the population of the province, announced by the Bulgarian National Statistical Institute, numbered 350,925 of which are inhabitants aged over 60 years.The following table represents the change of the population in the province after World War II:Ethnic groupsTotal population : 333 265 Ethnic groups : Identified themselves: 308 106 persons: Bulgarians: 265 618,Roma: 24 018 Turks in Bulgaria: 15 035,Others and indefinable: 3 435 A further 25,000 persons in the Province did not declare their ethnic group at the 2011 census.

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