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If you are already in Lovech, stroll trough the Covered Bridge, but there is not much to do. There are many souvenirs shops, few cafes and tourist information center with a friendly staff. It is more interesting from outside.
The covered Bridge in Lovech crosses the Osam River, conecting the new and old part of the town.The original bridge was built in 1876 by Kolio Ficheto. The builder was self educated.
Covered bridge is build by stone and wood. There only 4 covered bridges...More
This 320-foot long covered bridge spans the Osam river and connects old and new Lovech. Wood or stone-based bridges had existed at this site for a long time, but were frequently destroyed by floods. In 1874, a new, covered bridge was built, and included several...More
We were on our way to Devetashka cave. We didn't really know what what was Lovech famous for, so we just stopped for lunch. It was such a nice surprise to see such a beautiful town. Will have to come back at some point.
Many of the shops on the covered bridge are no more than tourist shops, however there are 2 or 3 true craft shops that are worth stopping at.
At the exit/entrance you walk down into a square with plenty of cafes/bars.
The covered bridge is unique and worth a visit. There are too many stalls and little shops selling tourist gifts and silly paraphernalia.
You can stop in the middle of the bridge, get a coffee and an ice cream and enjoy the view over the...More