Ledenik is a village in Veliko Tarnovo municipality, Veliko Tarnovo region.
Ledenik is located on the banks of the Yantra River, at an altitude of 171 m.
Its population is about 1,000 people, the village is a favorite place for permanent residence because of its proximity to the old capital. There is regular bus transport.
Ledenik is well developed village with good infrastructure and communications. There are a town hall, church, community center, elementary school, shops.
Nearest kindergartens and hospitals are located in Veliko Tarnovo.
The houses in the village were built in typical Renaissance style, with stone foundations and porches. The most interesting landmark is the Tower of Ledenik Shemshi Bay. This is the tallest residential building in the Balkans, built entirely of stone. There is a museum, which is divided into three floors: first floor of the ethnographic exhibition is presented in two parts. The first part shows the tools and instruments used for field work - threshing, plow, threshing, beehives, a ship may be crushed grapes and many others.
The second part presents everyday objects of the population - loom chakrak, spindle, etc. All this is illustrated with photographs from 1904 to 1924. On the second floor are the rooms of guests and Shemshi Bay.
"The Tower" complex has a restaurant and hotel which offers accommodation.
Besides the village, guests can visit more Architectural Museum Reserve Tsarevets, The old part of Tarnovo, the churches "St. Forty Martyrs" and "St. Dimitar" and many others in Veliko Tarnovo as well as architectural complex "Arbanasi".