With its opening on the Black Sea, the city of Varna offers visitors the opportunity to enjoy its dream beach but also to discover all its wonders through its cultural places, its gourmet restaurants or its green spaces.
This place is mainly known for the gold of Varna, Thracian jewels dating back 6,000 years and discovered in a necropolis. These treasures are exhibited at the Archaeological Museum to highlight the richness of its history and culture. You will also find many ancient Greek, Roman and Ottoman objects there. Apart from visits to historical monuments and museums, Varna will allow you to entertain yourself in several ways, starting with beautiful swimming in the Black Sea. You will then enjoy the kilometres of beaches from the centre of Varna to the coasts in the north. Children and adults will undoubtedly find happiness there. Then, to admire the breathtaking architecture of Varna, the Stoyan Bachvarov Drama Theater or the Assumption Cathedral are places that will amaze you. These buildings are imbued with European architectural influence. You can stop at Varna Central Market (also known as Kolhozen Pazarsi) to buy food or jewellery. Varna is also known as the city that never sleeps since, in summer, the nightclubs and bars along the coast are open until the early morning. It is the perfect place for big partygoers. As for nature lovers, the petrified forest will make you shiver with happiness. Located 24 km from Varna, the pobiti kamani (stones planted in the ground) site will allow you to admire the 300 columns erected naturally for millions of years. Don't forget to visit the Seaside Garden, as it is a symbolic place of the city and you will undoubtedly spend some happy moments with your loved ones there. To finish your visit, let yourself be transported by the castle of Euxinograd, which will dazzle you with its sumptuous gardens, the chapel, the wine cellar and the royal greenhouses.