On a visit to Burgas you definitely cannot miss out on the must see places. The significance of these must see places are that they stand as a symbol for Burgas. These places are what Burgas is all about. These must see places in Burgas will stay as cherishing memories of the city forever in your heart.
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Strandja Mountain, Bulgaria.
12:01 am - 12:00 am
Ensconced between the Thracian plains, the Burgas lowlands, and the Black Sea, this proud mountain massif rises. Its elevation is 1,031 metres at its highest peak, the Mahya Dagi. Its area makes it Bulgaria’s largest national protected Nature Park. Many things combine to make a visit to the mountain indispensable:
Nature: The Mediterrane...
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Sea Garden, Burgas
12:01 am - 12:00 am
It’s not hard to see why they call this park the heart of the city. Set by the sea, it is a five kilometre long celebration of nature. It was established in 1910 Georgi Duhtev, who saw a great desolate patch of land between the city and the sea and thought to turn it into a botanical garden. He brought hundreds of pieces of exotic plants to t...
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ul. "Yanko Komitov", Burgas, Bulgaria
10:00 am - 10:00 pm
The biggest shopping mall on this side of the coast is certainly lively. About a hundred stores in all serve up the usual – movies, food courts, clothes and so on. But though it may be the best mall around, it’s not exactly special compared to other, more glamorous malls around the world. All things considered, it’s merely a good ...
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Natural History Exposition, ulitsa "Konstantin Fotinov", 8000 Burgas, Bulgaria
10:00 am - 06:00 pm
Collections at this museum cover multiple ancient civilisations such as Thrace, Greece and Roman. Most of the exhibits focus on the development of cities and sailing along the Black Sea Coast, right up to the period that the land was conquered by the Ottoman Empire in the 14th and 15th centuries.
The museum is not a stand alone building. It’s...