Towns and villages - Varna
Varna, the gem of the Black Sea, is also a town with ancient history like most of Bulgaria’s towns. The oldest gold jewelry in the world (dating from the second half of 5000 BC) was found in the Necropolis of Varna. The town is the successor of the colony of Odessos. It is also connected with the crusades in 1444. During the 20th century the town
became a first rate sea resort. This glorious, curious and not very well known period from the beginning of the last century is displayed in anexhibition at the Museum of Old Varna. Today Varna is the center of the North Black Sea coast. The harbor is the second largest in the country, there is an international airport, a railway station and active transport communication to the inner part of the country. Symbols of this sea town are the Sea Garden with its unique trees, many museums and
cultural sites, the Festival and Convention Center, the Palace of Culture and Sports as well as the great number of restored buildings from the 19th and early 20th centuries constructed in a Viennese style. Primorski Park offers a beautiful beach, a water slide, flower gardens and fountains, cozy cafes, an aquarium and a dolphinarium. The dolphinarium is one of the most entertaining attraction in Varna. There is also a planetarium in the Sea Garden. It is the first facility of its kind in Bulgaria. In the tower, the Foucault’s Pendulum is mounted, unique for the Balkan Peninsula, which shows by visual aids the turning of the Earth on its terrestrial axis.

In Varna it is worth visiting the Archeological museum, one of the richest exhibits in Bulgaria, the Revival museum, where a valuable collection of icons is held, the Ethnographical museum which is located in a Revival period house. The Roman thermal baths (2nd - 3rd century) are the biggest ever found in Bulgaria. Also worth visiting is the Revival clock tower of 1880, as well as the cathedral of the Assumption in the center of the town. Among the summer attractions is the ‘Rolba’ water slide on the South Varna beach. Swimming lessons for children are organized in the mineral water swimming pool. In summer, the seaside strand of Varna becomes one of the most visited places in the town. People are attracted here by the beach, as well as by the summer clubs, discos, pizza bars and fish restaurants. The Children’s Corner in the Sea Garden is very close to the Summer Theatre. Various and attractive amusements are offered for small children as well as for youngsters.
Discover Bulgaria
This tour presents the highlights of the Bulgarian culture and historical heritage: the famous golden treasures of the Thracians, the unique frescos and icons of Bulgarian monasteries, picturesque Rivaval towns and wonderful landscapes.
Monastery Tour
Seculed ath the foot of the mountain or perched on the hills, but always amidst vivid scenery have been a genuine treasury of Bulgarian spirit.Fantastic mural paintings and frescoes made by the hand of familiar or unknown icon painters cover the interior of the churches.
Three Mountains
Bulgarian landscape is fascinatingly diverse-low and high mountains,valleys and meadows, beaches and bays.Enjoy the the charming of the Bulgarian towns, still preserving the atmosphere of National Revival period –a unique combination of a legendary history and and fascinating present
Daily tour Koprivshtitsa
One of the most charming small Bulgarian towns-a museum of Bulgarian Renaissance architecture.Every street and house tells about the heroic past of this ancient town.A unique collection of ethnographic treasures,Revival works of art and embroidery has also been preserved.
Daily tour Rila Monastery
The holy ground for all Bulgarians.It is a symbol of their national identity and dignity.Visitors are impressed by the the pure harmonious line of the buildings, the exquisite colonnades and arches.
Daily tour Sofia
Sofia is one of the oldest cities in Europe, with thousand of years of history and monuments from different civilizations.Sofia celebrates on September 17 , as this is the day of its patron-saints Viara(Faith), Nadezhda(Hope), Lyubov(Love) and their mother Sofia which in Greek means “wisdom”
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