Kraibrejna Str 22, Nessebar, Bulgaria
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hi i had a great problem for visa and i need to see my love after 6 months
embassy told me they need invitation , please some one help me on this two questions.
1) if a bulgarian want to send me an invitation where should he go and how he can send me invitations how much it would takes time ?
2) if a hungerian [singen invitation] wants to send me invitation in nesebar [she can send invitation for hungery i know but it would be enough for bulgarian emmbasy] where should she go shat should she write and how it should be applied ?
3)she working in bulgaria how she can send me invitation by she is working there and she is Eu member ?
thank you for helping me cause i dont have too much time
Re: emergency question
You have to ask the person you want to see to send you a letter saying that they invite you to Bulgaria for a visit,and then you take the letter to Bulgarian embassy in your country and hope that they give you a visa.
It might be best if you go to the embassy first and ask them which are te important details which should be included in the invitation letter.
Otherwise,just go to Bulgarian embassy and say that you want to take a holiday there and can you have a tourist visa.
Travel Tips for Nesebar
Nesebar Tourist Information Centre
On my visit the Tourist Info Centre was closed and I forgot to check the opening times. However it is located at ul Tervel 7 in the centre iof the old town, just up from the Post Office. Here the multi-lingual staff can assist with accommodation, boat trips, things to do, public transport etc and, peeking through the window, seem to have the usual freebie leaflets along with guidebooks for sale. Contact number is 055 442199.
The medieval old town so well-preserved and intact is included in the list of monuments of the world cultural and natural heritage compiled at UNESCO. Nesebur is one of the oldest towns in Europe. Nesebur is situated on a small rocky peninsula of the Black Sea linked with the mainland by a
400 m long isthmus.
Dont miss any of the great things in the city!!!!
I suggest you bring a camera. The pictureasque Town wont leave you dissapointed. I think a bathing suit is a must. I reccomend shorts, sliipers and t-shirts. If you take any medicines on daily basis bring them with you. But the local Pharmacies and clinics are pretty good for minor things. Bring a camerra!!!!!!!!!!! You need a towel for the beach. An umbrella and beachcairs are provided for a total of 5 levs a day.
Check out the two-storeyed...
Check out the two-storeyed period houses with stone-built ground levels and wooden upper floors jutting above the streets and external staircases. Nesebur houses have small yards facing the street. A wooden staircase leads up to the second floor which is lightly structured and completely faced with wood. The central living quarters are occupied by the parlor from which numerous doors lead to the remaining rooms. Wooden ceilings and whitewashed walls characterize the interior. The upper floor windows are wide, those on the ground floor are narrow and few in number.
The Old Town
The old quarter of the town, situated on the Nesebur Peninsula and linked to the mainland by a narrow neck of land, is declared an architectural and archaeological reserve. North and south of the peninsula beach strips stretch covered with the finest sand along the Black Sea coast. To the north these are linked with the beaches of Slunchev Bryag.
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