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Cruises visiting Svishtov & all Svishtov cruises for  2020

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Svishtov is a city in the Veliko Turnovo Province in north central Bulgaria. It is located on the south bank of the Danube River and is the most southerly harbour on the Danube in Bulgaria. The remains of the Roman Legion Camp of the colony of Novae, the best researched military camp, is situated three kilometres east of Svishtov. Nowadays only remains of the former fortifications and buildings can be seen. Computer restoration of the military camp and the buildings around it can be seen on information boards amidst the remains. Many statues and coin treasures are displayed in the Visitor Centre.

Svishtov and its vicinities were inhabited during different epochs from various civilisations until today, and more than 120 archaeological, art and architectural monuments are left for all to appreciate. Among the beautiful places around the town of Svishtov is the unique river valley with the monastery of Svishtov, and then just four kilometres east of the town is the Tekirdere site with its huge memorial ‘The Monuments’. Other places that attract visitors include the park around the old fortress in the centre of the town, and the Monastery that is just 5 km SE of the town.

The churches of St. Dimitar and of St. Peter and Paul, as well as the Clock tower, were all built prior to 1760, and are all very well worth visiting, as are the numerous Revival houses. The Kaleto site, where the remains of the ancient town Nove and the medieval Staklen, together with the ‘Pisani kamani’ (drawing stones) site, are also situated nearby the town. Vardam, the third largest Bulgarian isle on the Danube River, just 10 km away from Svishtov, is a natural reserve that makes for a restful break, if time permits. It is also home to numerous cosy restaurants offering tempting dishes.

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