Plovdiv is the second largest city in Bulgaria and the oldest continually inhabited city in Europe. Its picturesque location around the banks of Maritsa river and the surrounding green hills are part of his identity. Since its establishment as a city around the 6th century BC until the modern times, the city has been constantly inhabited. The ancient atmosphere of Plovdiv, its strategic location and the cultural events defy it a place of continuous meetings of cultures and civilizations.
The 1-th International Applied Scientific Conference Medicinal, Aromatic and Edible Plants (MAEPs) and their by-products: Utilization and valorization for a sustainable and circular economy will be held in the halls of Sankt Peterburg Park Hotel in Plovdiv.