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Kordopulova House

Melnik, Bulgaria
+359 74 372 265
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Interesting place

A big part of Melnik and bulgarian history. Not so may to see but it's interesting. The cellar... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Marcin K
Interesting enough

Big house of a rich merchant. Nicely decorated and furnished with a few oddities like wine cellar... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Andrew M
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  • Average6%
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“wine cellar” (11 reviews)
“small town” (2 reviews)
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Melnik, Bulgaria
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+359 74 372 265

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

A big part of Melnik and bulgarian history. Not so may to see but it's interesting. The cellar makes an impression.

Thank Marcin K
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Big house of a rich merchant. Nicely decorated and furnished with a few oddities like wine cellar dug out of the groups and to finish tour a taste of local wines

Thank Andrew M
Reviewed 10 September 2017 via mobile

Must visit :) The price of entry is 3lv. House is big and beautiful. There is also a large cellar. You can taste and buy wine.

Thank desito1984
Reviewed 11 August 2017

We walked up to the House from the lower end of Melnik. It is a steep and rough road, so quite a hike, but well worth it when you get to the top. There are lovely views along the way and the house has been...More

Thank Jo W
Reviewed 10 August 2017

Beautifully restored home of a wealthy merchant. I was practically alone. At the end, when you get to the cellar, you can taste their wines. The wine cellar is absolutely fascinating, with tunnels carved deep into the mountain.

Thank Sanny07
Reviewed 14 July 2017

This house, located in Melnik (which is said to be the smallest city of Bulgaria), used to belong to a greek wine merchant named Manolis Kordopoulos. He was having strong relations with Yan Sandanski, the liberator of the Sandanski area, and sometimes hidd him in...More

Thank Andrew G
Reviewed 3 July 2017

At 6 lev (3 Euro) for two of us it was hardly going to break the bank. The house with several rooms and extensive wine cellars was the home of the noblemen who traded goods and wares across Europe and the Baltic states. Well presented...More

Thank Bucketgob
Reviewed 15 June 2017

This house is interesting with his architecture. Room for guest is 90 square metres. Glasses of windows are painted. This is the biggest house of the Bulgarian national revival. Its architecture is mixed from Bulgarian, Greek and Oriental style.

Thank vera_abg
Reviewed 4 June 2017 via mobile

Melnik was a little bit hard to navigate for us since all of the signs are in cyrillic letters. Luckily there were several friendly locals who told us that the view from Kordopulov house is very nice. We went to the trail on the left...More

Thank Kathleen K
Reviewed 8 May 2017 via mobile

One of the best place Ive been in Melnik! The staff is polite and smiley! There is an old lady who is working there for a very long time and she can tell you very interesting stories! The house is enormous! And really gorgeous! The...More

Thank ina93kz
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