Varna Province in Bulgaria, from Europe region, is best know for Gardens. Discover best things to do in Varna Province with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
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4.5 based on 736 reviews
The Sea Garden is the best place for walking in Varna.
It is about 4 km long. Here you can stroll, exercise or have some coffee in one of the numerous pubs.
The Beaches along the sea garden attract thousands of people during the summer months.
4.5 based on 298 reviews
Given only the Louvre, BM and Met get 5 stars I appear to be very fond of this museum. While literally provincial the long history from paleolithic through Roman and Byzantine times until today gives the town a rich history which is extremely well reflected in ts main museum.
Particular highlights are neolithic gold grave goods which are the equal of similar in Le Hermitage.
Travelling to Varna to see the museum is worth it, and then there are the Roman Baths (2 of them).
4.5 based on 109 reviews
On an area of 4000 square meters, you can find more than 50 restored cars, manufactured between 1943 and 1989 from the socialist era.We also have 27 wax figures of ideologists, revolutionaries and national artists such as Todor Zhivkov, Leonid Brezhnev, Fidel Castro, Che Guevara, Erich Honecker, Nicolae Ceausescu, Gustav Husak, Wojciech Jaruzelski, Stalin, Lenin, Vysotsky, and others.
Fantastic museum !! LOVED it. Really nice display and you can even take photos freely. One of the nicest retro museum I have visited. Worth very much the 5 Euros it cost to enter.
4.5 based on 540 reviews
The Cathedral of the Assumption of the Virgin, built in the 19th century, houses a finely carved iconostasis and bishop's throne as well as some interesting murals and stained glass.
This Cathedral is not only impressive from the outside, but it repays a visit to the inside. The walls are covered in artwork in glowing colours, the various icons and stations are sumptously carved and it all presents a glorious picture of faith. Even for those who are not believers, or from a different faith, it is an impressive record of transcendent art.
4.5 based on 390 reviews
Millions of years ago under the sea were these stones and rocks .
Walk along the sand and get the feel of the ancient times .
Sit and meditate for a few minutes under the stones . Experience timeless feeling .
Worth the visit . Entrance is 3
4.5 based on 143 reviews
Get ready for a cultural precedent - a provocative show program that will satiate your senses! The Art of Variety will conquer the stage of Amphitheater hall" Impresion". Every Tuesday and Saturday night you can enjoy our variety show. Splendor of the magnificent feathers, shiny sequins, powerful musical Performances and, of course, breathtaking dances.
First, you need to register and get a casino card. Then, I overheard that I can only use euros in the casino. So before I get to the table, I would need to go to some other counter to change my levs to euros. How many obstacles do I need to overcome for the pleasure of losing my money to you? Since I was not sure whether I want to play or not, they really helped me with my decision.
4.5 based on 404 reviews
Small and remote location, well maintened. You need a ticket to enter. Check website for extra activities such as Concerts and special Exhibitions in the small local museum. Walk up to the top level, explore the territory and visit the museum - all interesting and well done.
4.5 based on 163 reviews
A small monastery tucked between some hotels and in the natural forest bordering the village of st Helena and Constantine. The story behind these saints and the serene atmospheric sphere is worth a visit and light a candle
4 based on 116 reviews
Bulgaria has never been a powerhouse with a Black Sea Fleet like the Soviet Union possessed and today Russia still possesses. Bulgaria's fleet evolved after Russia-Turkey War that gave Bulgaria it's independence from the Ottoman Empire. No sooner had that happened than Bulgaria joined Germany as an Axis Power in World War 1 and again joined with Hitler's Germany in World War 2. After WWII Bulgaria was absorbed into Eastern Europe as a Warsaw Pact country so Bulgaria's navy was a 'made in the USSR' Russian technology existence.
Not surprisingly the museum really focuses on everything to do with Bulgaria's efforts to either build it's own national defenses or to develop it's own style of navy adapted to Bulgaria's Black Sea Coast and Danube River defensive needs leaving the Soviet Union to be 'Masters of the Black Sea.
This unique niche position the Bulgarian Navy filled in a self-defensive function is well detailed in the museum.
4 based on 451 reviews
Dolphinarium offers you a show you will not forget. You will get to know the dolphins closely and watch them play, jump out of the water, sing, ... Admission: 17 leva, they have three shows/day
I wish people would stop going to these places. The dolphins seem bored and I don't blame them because who wouldn't be caged in a swimming pool instead of being free in the sea. Our desire to swim with them is selfish and cruel. I went here for a coffee and could see how awful it must be for these dolphins. These places should be made a thing of the past. It's almost as terrible as Varna zoo.
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