Varna Highlights Walk - free walking tours of Varna (in english) - 2019
Are you curious to learn more about the Sea Capital of Bulgaria?
In appreciation to all visitors of Varna, Varna Municipality, in cooperation with the Union of Bulgarian Tourist Guides, is organizing a free walking tour in English, 4 days a week!
Varna Highlights Walks are led by professionally licensed guides who are excited to share with you the city's history, local customs, highlights, legends, and valuable tips on how to enjoy your Varna stay. The walking tour covers main highlights in the city centre and is free to all participants. No gimmicks are required; we only need your love for our city!
Varna Highlights Walk always starts at 10.30 am in front of the Tourist Information Center, across the Cathedral. No reservation is required and our tours run in rain or shine. Check out our web site for dates!
Sites included on this tour:
Cathedral “The Assumption of Holy Mother”, Monument to Tsar Kaloyan, Monument to Graf Ignatiev, Drama Theater, fountains, Ethnographic Museum, the House of architects, the Catholic Church, "Virgin Mary", Roman Thermae, Museum "History of Varna", Late Roman Thermae, City pools, Museum of Navy, Aquarium, Planetarium, "St. Archangel Michael" church, "St. Nicholaus" church, Festival and Congress center, Summer Theatre, University of economics - Varna, the garden of Sevastopol, City Art Gallery, Municipality of Varna, Archaeological Museum.
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