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Varna
Bulgaria

Population: 530,000
Language: Bulgarian
Currency: Lev (BGL)

Information about Varna

Varna is a large, seaside resort city on the Bulgarian Black Sea coast. Varna is often referred to as the “Summer Capital” of Bulgaria in reference to its thriving summer tourism. It is a major seaport and headquarters for the Bulgarian Navy.

Varna is surrounded by lush woodlands, vineyards and orchards, but the waterfront area is almost entirely beaches and parkland. Shipping facilities are further inland on the lakes and rivers. Hot, sunny summers extend into mild autumns providing a lengthy period of pleasant weather for visitors to the lovely city.

Visitors enjoy the Sea Garden and the Varna Aquarium, and other notable attractions include the Varna Archaeological Museum with the oldest known discovery of gold in the world. Varna also has an exciting nightlife and has earned the nickname “The Good-Times Capitol of Europe” for its many dance clubs. Soaking in hot mineral springs and bungee jumping are two more popular Varnan activities.

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Private Guide in Varna - Victoria Balezdrova

(Member Since 2010) Excursions/tous in the following cities: Varna, Nessebar, Sofia Languages: English, German

I like to give positive point of view to my clients, to make them love what they see and experience. As a professional guide I keep my knowledge updated, my smile on, my good mood highly contagious and available for everybody. Tours that I escort may not only be local, but around the whole country. I am glad to accompany many groups each season on Bulgarian round trips, showing them a whole bunch of information, views, tastes and feelings, typical for the country.

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Victoria Balezdrova Varna, Bulgaria

Victoria Balezdrova is a professional tour guide, and she was wonderful - extremely nice and considerate, and also extremely knowledgeable. We drove first to Burgas, a town about half an hour south of Nessebar, where we went for a walk in a wonderful pedestrian area that had just been opened. It was filled with pedestrians, open shops and outdoor restaurants. We to a beautiful shoreline park that stretched along the shore for six kilometers. On the way back to Nessebar, we visited a Thrachian tomb, dating from the third century. We then visited the St. George Monastery; the feature of the monastery ...