After a peaceful day in the garden or on the terrace, guests can dance in the Kaylaka Park Hotel nightclub. Free Wi-Fi and free parking are available. Sofia Airpoirt is 124.3 miles away and a shuttle can be organized on request. The famous Pleven Panorama is within 2.5 miles reach.
Pleven Epopee 1877, more commonly known as Pleven Panorama, is a panorama located in Pleven, Bulgaria, that depicts the events of the Russian-Turkish War of 1877–78, specifically the five-month Siege of Plevna (Pleven Epopee) which made the city internationally famous and which contributed to the Liberation of Bulgaria after five centuries of Ottoman rule.
The Pleven Regional Historical Museum (Bulgarian: Регионален исторически музей — Плевен), founded in 1953, is one of the largest museums in Bulgaria. The museum is situated in a two-story edifice near the centre of Pleven that is a monument of culture of national importance and has an area of 7,000 m².
The Svetlin Rusev Donative Exhibition (Bulgarian: Изложба-дарение „Светлин Русев“, Izlozhba-darenie „Svetlin Rusev“) is a permanent art exhibition in Pleven, Bulgaria, including over 400 works of Bulgarian and foreign art donated by the noted Bulgarian artist and collector Svetlin Rusev.
The Wine Museum (Bulgarian: Музей на виното, Muzey na vinoto) is a museum of wine and viticulture located in Pleven, a city in north central Bulgaria. Opened on 17 September 2008, the museum occupies a natural cave in Pleven's Kaylaka park, about 5 kilometres (3.1 mi) from the city centre.