Tour to Pleven and Kozlodui

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The city of Pleven is not just a city, but it is also known as a city-museum, a historical monument. One of the most important events in the Bulgarian history is the war for National liberation or the Russian-Turkish from 1877-1878. This is the event that gave huge military, political and strategic meaning to the city. The Pleven panorama, called “The Pleven Epopee 1877”, inspired by the Liberation war is a unique monument for the area of South-Eastern Europe. It combines the glory of history and the beauty of nature and this makes it an attractive tourist destination.
  By choosing this one-day trip you will have the opportunity to gain some unforgettable experience by sailing in the Danube river on the deck of the ship “Radetzky”. It carries the name of a ship that has remarkable meaning for the Bulgarian history. In the second half of the 19th century Radetzky was used for the mobility of detachments that had to take participation in the war for national liberation. The Radetzky operation was organized and accomplished by one of the most famous Bulgarian revolutionaries – Hristo Botev. By taking this trip, you will have the chance to feel what it is like to sail in the waters which once were used for historical purpose.      
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