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Varna

Known as both the sea and summer capital of the Black Sea Coast, Bulgaria’s maritime city of Varna combines gorgeous beaches with a cosmopolitan feel. It’s charming old town is perfect for meandering afternoons and the beaches dotted along the cost plus thoroughly modern nightlife and shopping areas mean there’s something for everyone.

Varna’s also a great base for exploring the beautiful scenery of Bulgaria and nearby resorts such as Sveti Konstantin and Golden Sands (Zlatni Pyasâtsi) and the Botanical Gardens in Balchik – also home to the Balchik Palace.

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Varna weather

Five-day forecast

WEDNESDAY

19.12.

2°C

THURSDAY

20.12.

4°C

FRIDAY

21.12.

7°C

SATURDAY

22.12.

10°C

SUNDAY

23.12.

12°C

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Top five things to do in Varna, Bulgaria

10 facts about Varna, Bulgaria

1.

The oldest gold treasure in the world was discovered at a burial site west of Varna.

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The well-preserved ruins of Varna's 2nd-century-AD Roman Thermae are the largest in Bulgaria and the fourth-largest of its kind in Europe.

3.

The city is historically known as Odessos.

4.

Varna is the third largest city in Bulgaria.

5.

The Varna Necropolis is a burial site in the western industrial zone of Varna, Bulgaria, internationally considered one of the key archaeological sites in world prehistory.

6.

Every winter a large flock of swans arrives in Varna to spend the cold months on the city beaches.

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Less than an hour away from Varna is Balchik – a charming town with some of the best botanical gardens in Bulgaria.

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A one of a kind event takes place in Varna on Epiphany every year. The bishop of Varna throws the cross into the Black Sea and a group of men jump into the icy waters trying to retrieve it.

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The first railway in Bulgaria was built in Varna in 1866 and connected the city with Russe – a Bulgarian town on the Danube River.

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Up until 1885 Varna used to be one of the stops of the legendary Orient Express.

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