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Veliko Tarnovo, 6 ulitsa "Dimitar Blagoev"

   
BGN 15 / pp / day

Veliko Tarnovo, 21 ulitsa Stefan Stambolov

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BGN 10 / pp / day

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About Veliko Tarnovo

A city in the north central region of Bulgaria, Veliko Tarnovo is the administrative heart of the Veliko Tarnovo Province. This is the town that is often referred to as the "City of the Tsars" and is famously known as the historical capital of the Second Bulgarian Empire. Yes, a tourist mecca for those into incredible and unique architecture, the old city is perched on 3 hills, Tsarevets, Trapezitsa and Sveta Goria. It's on Tsarevets that the palaces of the Bulgarian emperors and the Patriarchate can be found. Trapezitsa is where you will find a plethora of churches to say a little prayer or 2 for your startup to succeed. With a growing population, coworking venues have opened up to cater to its creative locals and any intrepid wanderers with laptops in their backpacks that may be lingering around the city.

This is a city for the history buffs to get excited about, as it is one of the oldest settlements in the whole of Bulgaria with a history dating back more than 5 millennia. It was in 1963 that the University of Veliko Tarnovo "St Cyril and St Methodius" opened as one of the largest high education institutions in the country. Veliko Tarnova is one of the biggest urban areas in Bulgaria, as well as being an educational and cultural hub that is now home to 2 major universities and it has the largest expat community in Bulgaria.

Bulgaria's tech scene is a buzzing hive of hi-end startups with creative ideas, such as a heavy-lifting drone named "Black Swan" to a generator that will power a child's playground antics into usable energy. Its' thriving scene now produces 2.4% of the country's economic output. It has the 2nd highest rate in the EU after Lithuania and a third higher than the European average for women holding jobs in the tech sector. Many Bulgarians that have worked abroad are now at home launching their own startups, so coworking spaces are definitely creating the de rigueur place to hang out in collaborative bliss for the locals who don't wish to leave home.

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