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A town with ancient past and laid-back coastal atmosphere, today Burgas welcomes its visitors to indulge in its artistic spirit and lively nightlife. You can easily spend quite a nice, relaxing couple of days in Burgas and the area combining a beach holiday with events of your choice from the cultural calendar of the city which is quite interesting especially in the summer months.
As an important South-Bulgarian port, Burgas is a well-kept city with a neat, pedestrianised centre, a long, uncrowded beach and some interesting museums. A clutch of reasonably priced hotels, as well as some decent restaurants make it a practical base for exploring the southern coast, too.
Almost everything of interest in Burgas is within the compact city centre. The train station and the main bus station are both located just south of the main pedestrian thoroughfare, ul Aleksandrovska. The nature lovers also come to Burgas for the four lakes just outside the city, which are havens for abundant bird life.
One of the most popular places of interest in the city and a favorite place for the locals to stroll is the Sea Garden Park which is situated along the coast and flecked with flower beds, trees and sculptures. On the territory of the park you will find as well a casino, a small zoo, an open-air theatre housing the annual International Folklore Festival, children playgrounds, restaurants and bars. Next to the Sea Garden Park is the central beach.
A landmark you should not miss is the imposing St. Cyril and Methodius Cathedral, with for its marvelous frescos and wooden altar.
The Museum of Nature and Science is another place of interest to visitors of the city. It contains more than 1,200 protected and endemic species and more than 140 species of fish, plants growing in the district of Strandzha Mountain.
Other interesting landmarks of the city to be seen are the Opera house and the Drama Theatre, the Ethnographic Museum and the Museum of History, as well as the known Art gallery, housing rich collection of exhibits depicting Bulgarian and foreign artist’s works. On the main streets of the city you will find a lot of restaurants, bars and shopping centers.

Every moment spent in the pearl of the Black Sea Coast remains a memory never forgotten. And in this wonderful city, all you have to do is to enjoy yourself with the following Bourgas Highlights City Tours:

1.Morning coffee stop at Bogoridi Street
2.The Bourgas Archaeological Museum
3.The Clock Tower
4.The Armenian Church
5.Aleksandrovska str.
6.The “Sveti Kiril i Metodi” Cathedral
7.The Bourgas Salterns and the Atanasovsko lake
8.The The Sea Garden
9.The Marine Casino
10.The St. Anastasia Island

The following suggestions for one-day excursions from Burgas can be a perfect way to enrich your stay in Burgas and explore its beautiful surroundings.



We will leave the coast and drive west in the interior of the country to explore the living traditions in the Bulgarian village. We will visit the architectural museum Zheravna, the historical town of Kotel and enjoy the spectacular view of the “Blue Stones” Rock Phenomenon.
Our first stop will be the town of Kotel, situated in the east part of the Balkan Mountain and famous for its carpet industry with centuries-old traditions. We should visit the carpet exhibition in the old Handcrafts School to learn about the fantastic colorful patterns woven by the skilful hands of local masters. We will take a walk in the preserved Old quarter of Kotel which fascinates with its authentic Revival period architecture and rich folklore music calendar.
For lunch we will try some local specialties in one of the cozy taverns in town.
Next we will explore the village of Zheravna, the birthplace of one of the greatest Bulgarian novelists Yordan Yovkov. Zheravna is a place which successfully convinces the visitors that time has stopped for the last two centuries, an architectural museum in the open where life has a different pace that feels a world away from the hustle in the big cities. We will take in the serenity of this mountain town flecked with beautiful flower gardens, tucked behind centuries-old stone facades.
In the late afternoon we will enjoy a chair-lift ride to the Blue Stones Park which covers an extensive area in the eastern part of the Balkan Mountain, north from the city of Sliven. The breathtaking view of the Thracian lowlands from the top of the mountain will certainly remain as one of the best memories from Bulgaria you will have the chance take home in the form of a spectacular photograph.
The tour includes the services of a qualified guide, lunch and transportation with a luxury bus or car.

Today we will travel north from Burgas to the charming fisherman’s town Nessebar. The Old Town of Nessebar is picturesquely perched on a tiny peninsula in the Black Sea and is one of the oldest in Europe UNESCO classified monuments. The unique location of Nessebar has attracted the attention of many ancient civilizations which explains why the town has existed as an important maritime centre for more than 9000 years. We will take in the romantic atmosphere while walking along the narrow cobbled streets lined with authentic houses, inviting restaurants and tiny art galleries.
We will have lunch in Nessebar after which we will head to the coastal town of Pomorie famous for producing one of the best Bulgarian white wines you can find on the market. We will visit the cultural highlight of the town - the Beehive Thracian Tomb which dates to the 2-3 century BC and is the only one of its kind on the Balkan Peninsula. Its architecture and construction impresses visitors and archaeologists with its perfect implementation. Architects from different parts of the world have studied the tomb in order to find the secret of its mushroom-shaped dome.
In the late afternoon we will return to Burgas.
The tour includes the services of a qualified guide, lunch and transportation with a luxury bus or car.

We will spend the day in the Bulgarian South Black Sea Coast where we will visit the Nature reserve Poda, the ancient coastal town of Sozopol and go for a boat trip along the beautiful Ropotamo River.
Our first stop will be the Nature reserve Poda that covers coastal wetlands teeming with bird species. The three distinct ecosystems at Poda – a freshwater habitat, a saltwater habitat, and a mixed habitat (both freshwater and saltwater) provide for the extraordinary diverse flora and fauna. The reserve is a true heaven for the nature lovers all year round for bird watching and photo safaris around the reserve.
Next we will travel further south to the town of Sozopol where we will have lunch and spend the early afternoon. We will explore the Old Town of Sozopol with its Revival period houses adorned by aromatic flower gardens, narrow cobbled streets, tiny art galleries and inviting taverns. In the late afternoon we will reach the Ropotamo River renowned in Bulgaria for its beautiful water lilies. We will enjoy a boat trip to the mouth of the river to observe the beautiful lush green forests - home to a number of rare bird species.
We will return to Burgas in the evening.
The tour includes the services of a qualified guide, lunch and transportation with a luxury bus or car.

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