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Transport to Plovdiv

Plovdiv is the second significant transport centre in the country after our capital city Sofia. Two types of transport - bus and railway - connect this city to the rest of the country. There is also an existing air transport infrastructure, but currently there are no flights to and from Plovdiv. Motorway connects the city with Sofia, while major motorways connect it with Pazardzhik, Assenovgrad, Stara Zagora, Bourgas, Haskovo, Kurdzhali, Karlovo, Smolyan. The city has 3 major bus stations: Bus Station Sever (North) (2, Dimitur Stambolov Str., close to Philipovo railway station, tel.: 032 553011, 553705, servicing the lines to the north of the city in the direction of Rousse, Pleven, Troyan, Koprivshtitsa, etc.). Bus Station Yug (South) (47, Hristo Botev Blvd., close to the east of the central railway station, tel.: 032 626937, 226937, servicing the lines and routes to the southern part of the country - Blagoevgrad, Batak, Peshtera, Sliven, Svilengrad, Pazardzhik, etc.). The Express Transport Private Association is next to this Bus station (45, Hristo Botev Blvd., tel.: 032 265787, specialised in express bus transport services between the cities of Plovdiv and Sofia, having only a few bus stops in the capital, the last bus stop being at the railway station). There are some other private companies, servicing the routes to Hissar and Karlovo. Rhodopes Bus Station, (Macedonia Str., across the central railway station - a tunnel connects the two stations, tel.: 032 779267, 777607) services the region of the Rhodope Mountains, namely: Assenovgrad, Bachkovo Monastery, Smolyan, Chepelare, Pamporovo, Devin, Kurdzhali, Haskovo, etc. Close to Trimontsium Hotel, in the foyer of the Plovdiv Philharmony (1, Central Sq, tel.: 032 224271) one can buy tickets from the City Transportation Company for bus transport to Greece.

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