"At that time there was a Viennese pastry shop, well known outside the city, offering fine Viennese coffee and light desserts. Now I go back to my previous steps with the taste of the past and return to the fountain town to show you the spirit of this settlement that is still alive the echo of heroism". Welcome to Central Northern Bulgaria, the ancient historical area and the Roman province of Moesia. Welcome to the town of Pleven, located between the Danube River to the north and Stara Planina in the south. Here you will find a hot summer and a really cold winter. If you ask a random person in another Bulgarian city with what Pleven connects, he will tell you, without thinking about it - with the panorama that recreates the Pleven epopee from 1877. The panorama in Pleven is a museum built in honor of the 100th anniversary of the liberation of the city by Ottoman rule. It is one of the many monuments built in memory of the Russian soldiers killed, Bulgarian and Romanian volunteers. It is located in the area of Skobelev Park, directly to the place where during the Russo-Turkish War of 1877-78 the most fierce battles took place. Another area associated with the Liberation War is the Skobeley Park, established in the distant 1904. In addition to him, in the center of the town is the famous "Ossuary", named after St. George the Victorious. It is an Orthodox chapel mausoleum and was built between 1903-1907 with donations. Interesting is the White House, so they call it the local, or as its official name "House Museum Tsar Liberator Alexander II", in which the capitulation of Osman Pasha was signed. If you are interested in history, you can also cross the threshold of the Regional Museum of History, which has about 180000 museum units collected, as well as 10000 volumes of literature. The Museum of Wine, the only one of its kind in Bulgaria, was built for the wine lovers. It is located in Kaylaka Park, which is pleasant for a walk at any time of the year, while during the summer in the artificial lake you can take a ride on the water-wheels proposed for this purpose. There is also the opportunity to ride in the fresh air through the eco paths, to make a rock climbing, explore a cave or run a carefree bicycle. Here again you can drink coffee and watch many species of water birds recorded in the Red Book of Bulgaria. For those who love high speeds in the city is built a karting track for karting and moto racing, and once a year in Pleven there is an exhibition of retro cars. Do you love sports? The local Spartak basketball team and the Spartak football team will also satisfy your passion. In the center of Pleven are the Art Gallery "Ilia Bezhkov" and the Gallery "Donation of Svetlin Rusev". In the latter are exhibited paintings by Zlatyu Boyadzhiev, Vladimir Dimitrov - The Master, Dechko Uzunov, Sirak Skitnik. The monument of the Deacon - Vasil Levski is located in the town. The restored Early Byzantine fortress Storgoziya is restored in the Strokozia district and 4 km away from Pleven is the village of Yasen also a place for recreation and rural tourism. And last but not least are the emblematic of Pleven - fountains, giving coolness during the day and romantic evening, spraying their colorful lights. Whether you are sitting on one of the benches, or drinking wine with something light for dinner in one of the friendly restaurants, your eyes will not get tired of watching the water leaping through the lights. "I went back to the previous steps with the taste of that Viennese coffee in the former Viennese patisserie and I felt the glamor of the largest city in Central Northern Bulgaria." Believe and you would come back once you step into its outline.