Close your eyes and imagine birds chirping, flowers blooming, peace and quiet all around you while you drink your morning coffee without having to worry about being at least 2 meters away from someone. Well, that is the reality of those who have houses in the county side in this time of social isolation because of the coronavirus epidemic.
Another 20 streets in the historical part of Veliko Tarnovo will be renovated, which means that after that the infrastructure of the Varusha neighbourhood will be entirely upgraded. Gasification and new transport schemes are to be expected as well.
One of the most beautiful and ancient houses in Veliko Tarnovo is being restored. The Bey House, which was built in 1864, is one of the emblems of Veliko Tarnovo. It was where the last bey of the city lived before Bulgaria got freed from Ottoman rule. “Bey” is a Turkish title for chieftain, traditionally applied to the leaders or rulers of various sized areas in the Ottoman Empire.
The first stage of the renovation of the oldest hotel in Veliko Tarnovo – “Tsar Boris” has started. Currently, the building is being cleared of debris, the structures are being strengthened and secured before the actual construction begins. Funding is also provided for the complete restoration and commissioning of the hotel, and the repairs are made to all requirements and rules for cultural monuments. It took several years for Edmund Beck to buy the iconic hotel that had been left to its own accord and to begin its renovation.
Ever wanted to run away and join the circus or go to a faraway kingdom as a kid? Still get that urge now that you’re an adult? When you’re just feeling so overwhelmed by work, city life and adult responsibilities in general that you just want to go to a deserted island far away from everyone. Well, it turns out going off-grid is not that impossible after all. Maybe not on a private deserted island but in your very own self-sufficient house.