The Sea Capital of Bulgaria
Pobiti kamani (The Stone Forest) is a natural phenomenon situated some 18km to the west of Varna. The sight have long fascinated scholars whose numerous theories and hypotheses still fail to offer a satisfactory explanation of how it all happened.
The Sea Garden of Varna is one of Varna landmarks. Stretching over 850 decares along the seaside, it is a favourite place of citizens and guests of city. It is the perfect place for a long refreshing walk, sport or sightseeing.
"Discover Bulgaria - 100 national tourist sites" is a Bulgarian national tourist movement, which aims to encourage tourists to get acquainted with some of the most significant tourist sites in Bulgaria. Five of them are located on the territory of Varna and store the unique wealth of the historical memory of Bulgaria.
There are plenty of car parks available in all of Varna’s districts, where you can park cheaply and quickly get to your sightseeing destination. Find further information here: Municipal enterprise "Municipal Car Parks and Blue Zone" Telephone: +359 (0) 70 070 352 www.varnaparking.bg
The Tourist Information Center of Varna is your entrée to the "Sea Capital" of Bulgaria and its region. What is a must-see in Varna: museums, sightseeings, tempels, art galleries, parks, attractions? How do you travel from the center of the city to the all sea-side resorts: Golden Sands, Sts. Constantine and Helena, Albena, Sunny beach, Nessebar etc.? Where are the most chic boutiques, the nicest inns? Varna Tourist information center team has tips and suggestions ready abundantly. There are no language barriers: English, German, French and Russian are among the "standards".
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.