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Posted 13 Jan, 2016 | 10 Comments
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This week we are in the oldest continuously inhabited town in all of Europe – Plovdiv, Bulgaria. We head out on a free walking tour and check out some of the amazing architecture and history of this stunning city.

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10 thoughts on “GoatLife TV Episode 67 – Travelling to Plovdiv, Bulgaria

  1. It’s so great to see the town I recently visited on video! You’ve captured the beauty of the town very well on your video! I didn’t know the story of the statue of the old man – now that I know I’m sad I didn’t whisper in his ear… 🙂 I can’t wait for more stories about your Eastern Europe trip!

  2. Guys, you are amazing!
    And all the videos that you do are such a good job and pleasure for the viewers! Absolute professionals!
    It’s such a pity that you did not include Varna, my home town, in your trip. May be next time? 🙂

  3. It made me chuckle that the street musicians are playing a traditional Scottish song! Looks fab though – can’t wait to see more of Eastern Europe!

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