When travelling in Bulgaria and looking for an exciting trip or tour Plovdiv is a must-see city and a major cultural and economic center. There is plenty to see and do, from strolling along narrow cobbled streets and shopping to sightseeing and visiting museums, parks, and landmarks.
If you are a nature lover and are up for some hiking, Cave Snezhanka is well worth the visit. Situated some 40 km way from Plovdiv, the cave is included in the 100 Tourist Sites of Bulgaria and is undoubtedly a natural wonder. You will have the chance to see plenty of flowstones, sinter lakes, stalagmites, stalactites, and other rock formations. If you rather prefer to mingle with the crowd in Plovdiv, take a stroll along the cobbled streets in the Old Town. If you wish to join an organized tour Plovdiv based agencies have different Old Town tours on offer. The area itself houses an architectural reserve and many small shops that sell handmade artifacts. You will also have the chance to see well-preserved ruins such as an ancient water-supply system, historical buildings, and fortification walls. Notable Roman sites that are not to miss include the forum, Roman Stadium, and Roman Theatre.
And if you still have more time to spend around, whether self-exploring or on a tour Plovdiv is the home of many mosques, churches, museums, and other points of interest. The Natural History Museum features interesting botanical, mineral, and paleontological collections as well as an aquarium and terrarium. The museum houses expositions that feature butterflies, mammals, birds, reptiles and amphibians, fishes, and invertebrates. The Museum of Aviation is another interesting place to visit and is situated just 12 km away from Plovdiv. You will have the chance to see 56 aircraft types and explore collections showcasing flags, uniforms, decorations, and aviation equipment and engines. If you are still up for a cultural tour Plovdiv offers endless opportunities to get immersed in history, urban life, and culture. Go see the Philharmonic where names such as Sviatoslav Richter and Dmitri Shostakovich once performed. Founded back in 1881, the Plovdiv Drama Theatre is in itself a landmark and the first professional theatre to open doors in Bulgaria. The theatre has been awarded numerous awards, among which the Plovdiv Award for Contribution to Theatre and the Icarus Award for Debut. Many festivals and events take place on an annual basis and gather party folks from all over Bulgaria and abroad. The Old Town Festival and the Rock Festival are certainly not to miss.
If you want to experience a classic beach holiday, you can opt for a trip to northern Germany. Especially in the German North Sea, there are numerous opportunities for camping and holiday with the camper. In addition to traditional beach days in the summer and long walks stand you can also explore the extraordinary nature of the Wadden Sea. However, in particular expected during the summer months and in the holiday season with overcrowded spaces.
Vacation in the north – trip to Sylt
If you are traveling in the motor home in Schleswig-Holstein and the North Sea, also a trip worth to Sylt. To reach the island, although the car train; However, a parking space on this train for the mobile home is quite expensive, which is why it has been proven to stop the set of wheels in Klanxbüll. This alternative offers itself especially if you want to use the trip to Sylt as a day or weekend trip. The island itself offers lovely beach promenade and a unique flora and fauna. In the Shell – a stage that is located directly on the beach promenade – find evening cabaret and concerts.
Baltic camper vans
The Baltic Sea offers a suitable framework to experience with the caravan the sea. As one of the most popular marine destinations in Germany, you can take long walks on the beach, since it is precisely this region offers long sandy beaches. Besides offering the traditional Baltic cities many attractions. The Caravan also day trips to Denmark are easily possible, which is located in the immediate vicinity.
One of the most popular destinations in Germany is Munich and its surroundings represent the town to travel to with the camper. Start your cultural journey at best at Nymphenburg Palace. Here you can park the caravan just outside the castle, and from there onwards take a walk in the accompanying gardens. If you like to visit other castles, you can take a trip to the Royal Castle in Fussen, whose murals are particularly worth seeing. If you are with the camper in the Munich area, you should take your set of wheels on each trip and each looking for new spaces to visit as many attractions as possible.
Sightseeing in Chemnitz
If you want to enjoy culture and simultaneously make a trip in the mountains, also a visit to Chemnitz, one of the most famous destinations in the vicinity of the Ore worth. Amidst the town center there is the famous Karl Marx Monument, which is anchored on a base at a height of 13m. Even the Red Tower, the oldest building in town, built of fire-red stones is worth seeing. With the camper you quickly and easily to all destinations. If you are at Christmas time with the caravan in Germany on the road, you should try the traditional Chemnitzer stollen or the tasty Quarkkeulchen.
Trip to the Erzgebirge – Destinations of Chemnitz
Low mountains and natural border between Bohemia and Saxony offers the Erzgebirge one of the most popular destinations in Germany. During the trip to the Erzgebirge, you benefit from an impressive panorama that the Fichtelberg and Keilberg presented as the highest elevations of these mountains. You can park at one of the designated campsites caravan and go hiking in the mountains. A very popular destination is the shank’s mare is; there you will find a well-marked trail that takes you through the landscape of the Erzgebirge.