Connections and travel
It is connected with the capital Sofia with the recently build Trakia highway, which is 375 km long. Burgas is near to other world-famous Black Sea resorts, such as Sunny Beach, the holiday villages Elenite and Dyuni, Nesebar, Sozopol. However, it is not only the sea that attracts visitors from the country and abroad. If you are interested in winter sports, there are fast way to get to Winter Resorts and inf you are interested in walking vacation, or exploring the wildlife Stranja is a wildlife paradise in Eastern Europe with extremely diverse flora and fauna. You can combine a perfect relaxation, learn more about ancient history.
If you want a dream home Burgas is your place as the summertime in Burgas lasts about five months from mid-May until late September.
The low level of the coast helped the formation of three beautiful lagoon-lakes – Atanassovo, Burgas, and Mandren lakes are famous tourist attractions, which impress with their natural inhabitants and tremendous sightings. Lake Burgas is Bulgaria’s largest lake and is in the middle of the city. It is important for migrating birds. Over 250 species of birds inhabit the lake area, 61 of which are endangered in Bulgaria and 9 globally, attracting keen birdwatchers from all over the world.
Party and Leisure
Burgas and all the nearest Black Sea resorts offer anything that a visitor might need; they have the widest range of facilities, providing all kinds of amusement and entertainment as well as good investment possibilities, big shopping centers and good university. There are restaurants and pubs with a variety of cuisines, both traditional and from abroad as well as many places for entertainment.
Many historical sightings are situated near Burgas. Located in the western part of Burgas Bay, тhe city is the largest port in the country. Burgas has its own airport. The city is most crowded during the summer, when visited by Bulgarian and foreign tourists. The first name of the city comes from the ancient times when the Romans named it Deultum. In the Middle Ages Burgas brings another name – Pyrgos. In the 17th century it was given its present name. Interesting attractions in the city are the Regional History Museum and Art Gallery, the Ethnographic museum and Sea Garden. Burgas provides excellent opportunities for water sports, paragliding and rock climbing.