Travel journey

What to Do in Nessebar, Bulgaria

The perfect combination of serenity and history. This small yet chic place has the finest sand and the most amazing views in whole Bulgaria. I haven’t visited the entire country so I might change my mind someday, but it stands for now.

What I enjoyed most about this city:

1.Cheap and quality
The food, the drinks, the beach, the bars, the means of transport – everything was less costly than we expected, yet we were disappointed by none in terms of quality.

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2. The Old Town
Definitely my favorite place in whole Bulgaria. We walked daily along those streets and never got bored. The walls, the pavement, the rocks, the clean environment – really made me feel like I was in a different country.

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3. The Windmill
Located on the bridge that connects the Old Town to the New Town, the Windmill is one of the symbols of Nessebar. Almost every day we took a seat on one of the benches nearby and enjoyed the view. Priceless!

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4. The beaches
Both Northern and Southern Beach had finest sands, enjoyable music, and nice cocktail bars so we really enjoyed our time at the beach. The water was not very steady so we didn’t get the chance to swim too much, but it was just as pleasant.

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5. The sunset
This city made watching the sunset so romantic! I don’t know if it was the place, the people or the entire atmosphere but we really got the feeling that love was floating in the air.

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6. The ancient churches
Maybe it’s just me, but I love ancient churches. And Nessebar had a plenty of them, good to pose and to admire, both from the outside and inside. It was so interesting to get lost in history among (the ruins of) the churches.

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I somehow regret that I didn’t get to see the Nessebar Aquapark, so maybe if you ever get there, you can tell me your impression. Unfortunately, the weather in the first two days (from 5 days total) didn’t allow us to do everything we wanted so we used the remaining time to try to see every corner of Nessebar.

Curious to hear your experiences about Bulgaria. What do you think of this country?

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