St. Anthony

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ZORA VILLAGE AREA, Burgas, 8240, Bulgaria
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Hostels in burgas

by podvis123

can anybody give me phone numbers for hostels or cheap hotels ih borgas district

Re: Hostels in burgas

by wrangler_blk

cannot help with finding any hotels or hostels but wanna say that even if u don't book in advance do not worry...
by some information this year is low season in Bulgarian seashore so u surely can find one on arrival!
Gud luck!

Re: Hostels in burgas

by davidlayba

maibe this will be helpfull :

Travel Tips for Burgas

Outdoor cafes, Bourgas

by SWFC_Fan

The main street of Bourgas, ulitsa Aleksandrovska, contains numerous cafes which are shaded from the sun by the trees that line this street.

It is a great place to stop for a cool glass of the local Burgaska beer, (about 1-1.5 leva for a large glass), watching the world go by.

Head North!

by johngayton

For a pleasant wander along the sea shore you can walk for miles north from the city. This takes you past the wetlands of the Atanosovsko Lake and its salt-flats whose dark mud is reputed to have healing properties.

The seashore varies as you walk and arriving at the section of black sand comes as a bit of a surprise. The sand actually IS black, not due to pollution but the combination of natural minerals, especially manganese compounds, which are particular to the area.

If you keep going there is footpath following those areas where there is no beach and eventually you'll arrive (after about 10 km) at the beach resort of Sarafovo.

If you don't fancy the walk back you can catch a local bus, the N 15, back into the city centre.

Central Square 'Trojkata'

by ChristinaNest

One of the most touristic spots in Burgas, the fountain at Troykata Square. Behind it you can see another remnant of Socialism, the typical monument in almost every town.
The last picture shows how the square looked before the fountain was built.
We have a joke that whenever now gardens, parks, fountains and playgrounds appear, that means that Mayor elections are coming... Obviously the current Mayor of Burgas wants to impress the citizens with what he has done for the community, so in the last months of his mandate he builds something or repairs a street or some building (well, with tax payers' money, of course). So I was thinking, they should make elections more often, this way Burgas will become the most beautiful town :)

Historical Museum

by Childish

The historical museum represents the development of the town of Bourgas in 19-20th centuries. There is a collection of icons from the Renaissance on the first floor. Old printed books, the earliest pictures of Bourgas, etc. are exhibited.


by Eeriebo

"My home town :)"

It is situated on Black Sea coastq surrounded by three lagoon lakes (Atanasovo, Bourgas and Mandra) which are known as nature reserves. Has population of about 250,000 people. Bourgas is the fourth largest town in Bulgaria and has the biggest cargo port.


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