Nebet tepe, Taxim tepe and Dzhambaz tepe form the so-called Three Hills or Trimontium of Plovdiv. During this tour, you will find out about the history of these hills, as well as four other remarkable hills.
You will get to admire an ancient Roman Theatre, see the so-called Monday market (Ponedelnik pazara), and pass by an ancient Roman aqueduct.
The tour continues to the commemorative place of Markovo tepe, which has been demolished between the late 19th to the middle of the 20th century. Next, you’ll see Sahat tepe and its famous clock tower, also known as Danov hill – dedicated to the famous Bulgarian teacher, book publisher and mayor of Plovdiv in 1896-1899.
The Hill of Liberators or Bunardzhik is your next stop. The hill is dedicated to the Russian soldiers who died in the Russo-Turkish War for the liberation of Plovdiv and Bulgaria. Then, continue to the Youth hill, which is the last stop of the tour. It is the highest of all the hills and also known as Dzhendem tepe, which translates into “the hell hill” from Turkish.