8-Day Bulgarian Seaside Tour

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Itinerary - Bulgarian Seaside Tour 

 
Day 1: Varna
Arrival at Varna airport. Meet and greet by your tour guide. Transfer to your hotel and check-in. Orientation walk and free evening. Overnight in Varna.

 
Day 2: Varna - Shabla - Tyulenovo - Kaliakra
After breakfast, we’ll go to Cape Shabla and visit the oldest sea lighthouse on the Balkan Peninsula rises on it. After that we will visit rocky coast of Tyulenovo village. Afterwards, we‘ll go to Kaliakra cape. The Cape and the architectural reserve has a rich history dating from the 4th century BC, when the region was inhabited by Tirisis, a Thracian tribe. In the end of the day, after good walk on this picturesque places, head back to our hotel in Varna. Overnight in Varna.

 
Day 3: Varna - Balchik
Breakfast. This day we‘ll visit the botanical garden in Balchik, the Architectural and Park Complex The Palace and Aladja monastery. The Palace is the former summer residence of the Romanian Queen Maria Alexandrina Victoria de Edinburg. Situared nearby Balchik between Balchik rocks and the sea, The Palace has a great view and offer a nice places for walk in the gardens, which are like piece of heaven. After all the sightseeing, we'll head back to Varna for overnight. 

Day 4: Varna
Breakfast. Today we'll spend all day in Varna, third lagest city in Bulgaria and first seaside resort in the country. The town was established in the 6th century BC under the name of Odessos by emigrants from the town of Milet  and for a short time it turned into one of the most important ports on the Black Sea. We‘ll visit The Planetarium, The Naval Museum of Varna and the Retro museum. There also will be free time and overnight in Varna.

Day 5: Nesseber - Pomorie - Bourgas
Breakfast. After that we'll have a half day of touring in Nesebar, include visit the Old town, The fortress Mesembria and other basilics. The town was established more than 3200 years ago and was called Melsambria, which meant the town of Melsas - probably the founder of the settlement. At the end of 6th century BC to the town came greeks and under their control continue to expanded. At the beginning of the 1st century AD, the town became part of the Roman Empire and took the name Mesembria. In those period had a building boom of Christian temples on the territory of the city. Because of its exceptional cultural and historical value Nesebar was declared a museum. Also we‘ ll visit the Museum of Salt, Reserve the Old Pomorie houses and the Pomorian lake. After that we'll continue to Bourgas. Overnight.

Day 6: Bourgas - Sozopol
After breakfast, we departure from Bourgas to Sozopol. The city is one of the oldest on the Bulgarian Black Sea Coast and one of the country’s most popular seaside resorts. The beautiful old town is one of the most picturesque plaxes and with narrow streets and breath-taking views attracts visitors from all over the world.This day include visit of Sozopol Monastery Sv. Nikolay the Miracleworker and the castle of Ravadinovo. Free time and overnight in Sozopol.

Day 7: Bourgas
Breakfast. In the morning, we‘ll have walking tour to the monument of Alyosha, the Sea Garden, The Pantheon, The bridge of Bourgas, one of the favorite places for walk of the residents and the visitors of the city and Poda (protected area). Boat trip to St.Anastasia Island. Free time. Overnight in Burgas.

Day 8: Bourgas departure
Breakfast in the hotel. Transfer to Bourgas Airport. End of our services.

 
Rates for Bulgarian Seaside Tour 2020 
 
2 pax
4 pax
6 pax 
3* Hotels 
790 euro
540 euro 
430 euro
4* Hotels 
820 euro
590 euro
480 euro 
5* Hotels
900 euro 
650 euro
550 euro
 
What is Included in the Bulgarian Seaside Tour?
Price is per person
7 nights accommodation
7 x breakfast
Private transfers in air-conditioned car with private
English-speaking driver
Airport transfer on first and last day
English-speaking guide on excursions

 
What is Excluded from the Bulgarian Seaside Tour?
Entrance fees
Meals and drinks.

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