Nessebar Royal Palace

19A Mitropolitska St., Nessebar, Bulgaria
Nessebar Royal Palace
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prices for private acomodation in July&August 2005?

by sasko211

I was wondering if anyone can tell me what the prices are like for private acomodation in July and in August. Is it a cheap or expensive place to go to for a holiday?

RE: prices for private acomodation in July&August 2005?

by bogomil

Prices starts from 20-25 Euro for that period for Nessebar.
If you whant you can see my Ravda page. This village is very near to the Nessebar and is cheaper at all.


RE: RE: prices for private acomodation in July&August 2005?

by sasko211

I don't know if I got you right?

20 - 25 EURO per person?
Cos I was in Nessebar in 2003 and the costs for accommodation per person were 10Leva. Yes, there were accommodation for 15-20Leva per person and then but they were very very beautiful apartments.

That I am talking about was vary nice apartment near "El Paso" (5min), it has kitchen, 2 bathrooms, 4 rooms. 3 rooms have a balcony. For only 10Leva per person, so you have only one bed. The whole apartment was for 12 people, so the prise is 120Leva.

Can you answer me once again?

Thank you very much

RE: RE: prices for private acomodation in July&August 2005?

by bogomil

Sorry My mistake
Prices start from 10 - 12 lewa.


RE: RE: prices for private acomodation in July&August 2005?

by desert_princess

My personal opinion is that it will be close to impossible to find accomodation in Nessebar for 10-15lv per person in July/August. First of all things have changed tremendously since 2003 - prices have at least doubled if not tripled. You will find out yourself!! So many new hotels and private appartments have been built ot still under construction in the last two years - the place is booming !!! So are the prices...

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Churches in Nesebur, Bulgaria

by Teo72

The town of Nesebur boasts 23 old churches from the 5th to the 17th century (many of which are very well-preserved). One of the most interesting of them is the church of St Stephen (the New Metropolitan church) dating from the 10th-11th c.
The original dedication of the church was to the Virgin Mary, as attested by the beautiful wall-paintings on the interior (more than 250 compositions from the 16th to the 18th c.)

The man with the banjo

by desert_princess

I only saw him once... First there were these notes in the air ,as I was climbing the stairs to the church. Than the music became distinctive, and as I entered - there he was , sitting on my right, playing a nostalgic melody on his banjo.
I stood there and listened....than I talked to him. He was very nice and humble.
He offered to sell me a hand made banjo by him for a reasonable price - a small copy of his own.He said he doesn't give it to everyone. I still have it home and it even makes sounds when you touch the strings:)) price for the memory - 12lv

Sunny Beach

by Childish

Sunny Beach is located 1-2 km away from Nessebar. Bulgarians usually go on vacation to Nessebar but sun bathe in Sunny Beach where the beach is bigger and better.
There is a bus from Nessebar to Sunny Beach. The ticket costs 0.60lv.

Old Town Churches

by johngayton

It is reckoned that Nesebar had the highest number of churches per person in Bulgaria at the time of the 2nd Bulgarian Empire with over 40 in total.

Many of these were built during the 10th to 14th centuries and feature ornate brickwork with decoratively-arched doorways and niches. During the Ottoman period most fell into disuse and the 1913, force 7, earthquake caused further damage.

The surviving structures, in varying states of disrepair, have since been stabilised and are another of the architectural features of the old town with at least one on almost every street. These are usefully signposted (in several languages) with their approximate construction dates, names and pointing out the distinguishing features.

For an excellent page on the individual churches try this one - viddra's.

At Michael's

by Nikolay_Ivanov

At Michael's (Pri Maikala, in Bulgarian)- when you walk into the Old Town, on some of the narrow streets, you should see a sign "Pri Maikala". It's something like cave and mountain inside- they transformed everything so you have the feeling that you're entering into some wild place in the nature...There's a waterfall, a small bridge and little trees.
There are turtles also- I watched them with pleasure because I have 2 like them at home.


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