Hisarja Travel guide
Hisarja : Michelin's recommendations
Reputed for its health-giving waters since the time of the Romans, when (as Augusta) this was Thrace’s third city, Hisarja is today a pleasant, well-planted spa town which has grown beyond its ancient boundaries. From the spa complex, follow General Gurko Street to reach the old city and the fortress.
Tourist attractions Hisarja : Things to see and do
rue Stambolijski BG - Hisarja
The Archaeological Museum is housed in a villa shaded by imposing cypress trees. The right wing contains objects found during excavations carried out in the town, as well as models of Augusta (the Roman name of Hisarja) in its heyday. Among the most ..
BG - Hisarja
The impressive rectangular course of walls of Hisarja's fortress, erected in the 4C by Thracian stone masons, run for 2.5km, entered on the south side through a monumental gate known as " the camels " (kamilite). Thrace’s third city, August..
20 Geo Milev Str. BG - Hisarya 4180
Prix Prices from : 12 €
Set within 500 metres from Hisarya’s centre, Family Hotel Natalis is 300 metres from the mineral indoor pool of the Gergana Complex and various shops and restaurants. It houses a restaurant with Bulgarian cuisine. Free WiFi is provided throughout th..
5, Augusta Str. BG - Hisarya 4180
Spa Club Central is situated in the centre of Hissar offering elegant and modernly equipped accommodation with free Wi-Fi internet access. The restaurant seats up to 50 people and there is a garden terrace for 25 guests as well as a lobby bar. The ..
3 Beli Brezi Str BG - Hisarya 4180
Opened in 2012, the Kamilite Family Hotel is set in a quiet location and features an à-la-carte restaurant serving traditional Bulgarian dishes. The property also offers free private parking, free Wi-Fi access and massages upon surcharge. All rooms ..