Blvd. Hristo Botev, Plovdiv, Bulgaria

Plovdiv Central Railway Station is a major transport hub in Bulgaria, serving many intercity trains as well as several international routes, including the trains to the glorious Turkish city of Istanbul. The station was designed by a renowned Italian architect and professor Mariano Pernigoni and was officially opened in 1870. Today, Plovdiv Central Railway Station boasts seven platforms and 11 tracks and operates five train lines. If you have any troubles boarding your train, don't hesitate to ask for help at the info center. The staff of the station is very friendly and always happy to help. And if you have some considerable time to kill before departure, don't hesitate to check out the nearby area! There a lot of authentic shops and lovely cafes scattered around the station, so why not spice up a few-hour wait by exploring the beautiful city?



What to Know About Plovdiv Train Station


Is there luggage storage at Plovdiv Central Station?

Yes, the travelers are welcome to use the on-site left luggage facilities, although keep in mind that this service is not free of charge.

Are there any eateries at the station?

Sure, there is a lovely cafe on the premises, where you can try some traditional Bulgarian dishes or just spend half an hour enjoying a cup of good coffee and lovely music.


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