Wine complex Seven Generations is situated in close proximity to the river Danube, 30km west of Ruse. Here you will find a cosy, authentic Bulgarian atmosphere, combined with immaculately with American luxury.The unique location of the chateau offers guests a stunning view of the river and the vineyards as well as an opportunity to visit the medieval town of Cherven, the Orlova Chuka cave, the Ivanovo rock churches, the Basarbov rock monastery “St. Dimitar Basarbovski”, nature park “Rusenski Lom” and the natural phenomenon “Stulpishte” which are located in the immediate vicinity.
All these prerequisites turn this complex into an attractive centre for wine, family, cultural and historical tourism. The built-in event hall allows for company gatherings, weddings, banquets and conference events. The complex offers bicycle rentals and can also arrange for you to go boating. It also has an interesting mini zoo. A golf course is currently under construction.
A mere 2 km north-west of the village of Mechka (Rusensko) and about 40 meters from the bank of the Danube river you will find the area Stalpishte (Dekili tash in Turkish). The name of the area comes from the two towering stone pillars (beaten stones) which date from the Mesozoic era and have a unique shape of a lion’s head. The site can be reached both by an asphalt road and by the river.
“Rusenski Lom” nature park is located 20 km south of the city of Ruse and bears the name of the Rusenski Lom river – the last right tributary of the Danube river. It was declared a protected area in 1970. Beautiful river terraces, high sheer cliffs, caves, rock formations, great biodiversity and historical monuments make the park an exceptional place to visit. In addition to allowing scientific research activities, Rusenski Lom Nature Park also offers many opportunities for active and ecotourism.
The rock churches of Ivanovo are located 18 km from the city of Ruse. They have distinctively preserved wall paintings compared to other complexes in Bulgaria. Unlike traditional monasteries, consisting of 1-2 churches, monastic and economic part, in Ivanovo there are a variety of small rock churches, chapels and cells, carved at different heights in the rocks of the picturesque canyon of the Rusenski Lom river.
Basarbov Monastery “St. Dimitar Basarbovski” is the only functioning rock monastery in Bulgaria. It dates back to the Second Bulgarian Kingdom but its name was mentioned for the first time in an Ottoman tax register from 1431. For some time in the 19th century, the monastery remained without inhabitants but in 1937, Father Chrysant from the Preobrazhensky monastery settled here and gave a new beginning to the religious center.
Cherven is a medieval Bulgarian city, one of the most significant military, cultural and ecclesiastical centers of the Second Bulgarian State (12th-14th centuries). It is located next to the village of Cherven, 34 km south of the city of Ruse.
Orlova Chuka is a cave in the Danube hilly plain located on the territory of the municipality of Dve Mogili, Bulgaria. Remains of prehistoric people and bears were found in it. The cave is electrified and accessible for visits.
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Wine weekend for two
in a double room with a tasting of 5 wines or wine dinner