The Lovech Fortress is a ruined historic stronghold in Bulgaria with links to Thracian, Roman and medieval history. Named after the hill on which it stands, some sources state that the Fortress we see today was built in the 9th to 10th centuries. There are also several stories linked to the site, including that it was the location of the signing of the treaty that officially created the Second Bulgarian Kingdom.
From the wall, you can see the whole town of Lovech and the amazing panorama view to the mountain. To get to the fortress, you pass through the Old Town of Lovech with preserved authentic Bulgarian houses and thight roads of cobblestones.