A magnificent monument to the Kalifer Voivoda stands on the northwest end. Within the city interest are also: the stone bridges over the Tundzha River from the Renaissance, some of the old houses, the Virgin Monastery from 1738, the church "St. Atanas, the beautiful park called Boteva Polyana, and others.
6 km north, along the two banks of Tundzha, lies Panitsite resort. Starting point for Kalofer Mountain. Also at 6 km, but on the northwest, on the right bank of the Byala River, the "Kalofer Monastery" (now female) is nestled. Founded in 1640, several times burned down, restored in 1819 with a large monastery church. Today's monastery church dates from 1880, built on the foundations of the old church. The other buildings are newer.
In Kalofer, well preserved over the years, are the typical Bulgarian crafts and traditions. Visiting the studios for knitting the famous Kalofer lace abroad and weaving traditional rugs and kitets are part of the area's attractions. The typical Bulgarian dishes of the hosts will leave unforgettable memories of this end.