Nebet Tepe holds the first evidence of life in Plovdiv, dating back to the 6th millennium B.C. Around the 12th century B.C., the Thracian city of Pulpudeva was one of the most developed southeastern Europe. The ruins of the fortress, still preserved today, show the various stages of Thracian, Roman, and Bulgarian history in the city.
The research and restoration project makes this one of the most interesting sites in Plovdiv, and will allow visitors to look into the phases of the city’s development during its lengthy history. Currently the main attraction of this site is the wonderful view of the city from atop the hill.