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Burgas Bulgaria Cruise Port

Location:

The center is right by the port.

Burgas operates a brand new passenger terminal for cruise ships, and is also renovating a warehouse to turn it into a second passenger terminal, which will include a maritime museum.

Cruise schedule for Burgas

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Sightseeing:

Burgas is a city on the Bulgarian Southern Black Sea coast. It developed more actively in the beginning of 20th century and today it is a large industrial center with many tourist attractions in the region. Built by the sea and surrounded by lakes, Burgas offers relatively mild weather characterized by cooler summers and warmer winters.

Tours Excursions Transportation:

There are a number of scam-taxi drivers in summer. Double check the tariff when you get into a taxi.

Nearby Places:

The tourism is not particularly developed in Burgas but the city is a stop for the picturesque century old towns Nesebar and Sozopol.

Nesebar (also Nessebur) is a small town under the UNESCO World Heritage conservation program. It is extremely picturesque and attractive. There you can see the Old Metropolitan Church (4 A.D.) and amazing architectural details from the Byzantine epoch. It is located 40 kilometers North of Burgas. Regular public bus lines run every 20 minutes from Burgas to Nessebar and Sunny Beach.

Sozopol - is famous for its ancient and renaissance buildings. The city is located 30 kilometers to the South of Burgas. To get there is public transport leaving from Burgas bus station South which is in the city center.

Shopping and Food:

Shopping area is in the center of the town. It consists of two main streets and a few more small ones

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