The Sea Capital of Bulgaria
The Archaeological Museum of Varna was established in 1887. The most significant exponents in the museum are from Varna Eneolith necropolis founded during accidental construction works in the west industrial zone of Varna in 1972. There are more than 3 000 golden objects with total weight of more than 6 kilograms. Their diversity is significant – more than 38 different types.
In 2016 a new "Recreational and Entertainment Zone at the Port of Varna" with area of 2.7 ha was set apart. In partnership between the Municipality of Varna and the Port of Varna this area has been socialised and has been turned into an attractive pedestrian alley with free access for all the residents and visitors of the city.
Located in the heart of Varna The Cathedral has become one of the landmarks of the city. It is situated on “St. Cyril and St. Methodius” square in the center of the city.
Varna Airport (VAR) offers international flights to and from the Bulgarian Sea capital - Varna. For the past year 2021, it served more than 1 million passengers and established itself as a major communications hub in northeastern Bulgaria.
In streets, squares and car parks – municipal property, in specially designated places a payment parking system “Business subscription” from Monday to Sunday from 9:00 a.m. to 08:00 p.m. is an active paid parking system “BLUE ZONE”. Municipal enterprise "Municipal Car Parks and Blue Zone" Telephone: +359 (0) 70 070 352 www.varnaparking.bg
Comfortable, safe and affordable to Varna’s sights: use the extensive network of city buses and trolleys. You can find out about public transport fares, schedules and contact information here.