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Burgas, Bulgaria Cruise Port

The city of Burgas lies on the southern Black Sea coast of Bulgaria, surrounded by coastline and a collection of majestic lakes. The region's astounding natural landscape and fascinating local culture attract visitors from across Europe and the rest of the world. Burgas has become one of the country's most popular tourist destinations in recent years and boasts a fantastic range of attractions, from parks and beaches to museums and shopping districts. Many excursions and activities are also available to visitors throughout the region, alongside a host of cultural festivals and events, which take place at certain times of the year. Burgas' rich culture and heritage combined with contemporary developments give the city is distinctive character and ubiquitous charm.

Sightseeing in Burgas

Burgas' incredible scenery is amongst one of the city's main attractions. Beautiful flora and fauna can be found across the city in a variety of opulent parks and gardens. The regions stunning coastline is also appealing to visitors and many water sports such as surfing, paragliding and kite-surfing are available on the North Beach. The region also hosts several wonderful live music events and festivals in the summer including the Spirit of Burgas Festival and the International Folklore Festival.

The Lakes

Burgas is surrounded by three mighty lakes, which are home to a variety of captivating wildlife and great places to hike and explore. The Vaya Lake is the biggest natural lake in Bulgaria and is particularly popular with fisherman. The lake is also on an incredible bird migration route, with over 250 species of birds passing through each year. The Atanasovsko Lake and Madrensko Lake are located to the north and south of Burgas respectively, and are home to a variety of fascinating wildlife, flora and fauna.

The Sea Garden

The Sea Garden is Burgas' largest public park and contains a range of fabulous attractions, including a small zoo, and open-air theatre, beautiful flora and wildlife as well as large green recreational spaces. The park stretches from the Burgas harbour along the coastline to the northern side of town and is regularly cleaned and maintained by attentive staff.


The city is home to an enthralling selection of museums and galleries where visitors can discover more about Burgas' history and culture. Local museums include the Archaeological, Historical and Ethnographic Museums alongside a range of exhibitions at the Bogoridi and Peko Zadgorski Art Galleries.

Shopping in Burgas

The centre of Burgas and Alexandrovska Street contain a variety of shops selling international and local brands at reasonable prices. Jewellery shops and stands selling gold and silver items are particularly popular in the region and are scattered throughout the city centre. The area also contains several large shopping malls including the Burgas Plaza Mall situated within the Izgrev district.

Eating Out in Burgas

Burgas is brimming with exceptional restaurants and cafes serving a wide range of international cuisine, including Pizza, Chinese, Thai and a variety of familiar western dishes. Within the centre of town, visitors will find a collection of food stalls, selling inexpensive kebabs, hot dogs and hamburgers, alongside several well-known fast food outlets.

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