International folk festival-Varna
It is always in the begining of August.They come many groups of different countries,showing there dances and folklore.It is very interesting it must be seem.There are alkom festivals in Plovdiv,Sovia,Tarnovo.See for Plovdiv:
The Pedestrianised City Centre
Although Varna is a relatively small city it is still a very busy one and the main thoroughfares such as Mariya Louisa and Primorski are pretty much jam-packed with motor vehicles during the day. It is however also a very pedestrian-friendly city with the actual centre being almost entirely traffic free except for a couple of bus routes.
This has been achieved by some excellent forward-thinking city planning which put the main cross-city traffic through a tunnel under the city centre between Mariya Louisa and Primorski and also provided the main traffic-laden streets with pedestrian underpasses.
This means that pretty much everywhere that you could want to be here in Varna's city centre really is easily accessible by foot and makes wandering a pleasure.
The building, designed by Nikola Lazarov, was opened for public in 1932. It now houses both the theatre, its opera and ballet.
International theatre and musical festivals take place here in summer.
Real Estate is booming
Plenty of aged brit tourists rush from Real estate agency to agency , to find the best deal . It seems that our coast is offering great and cheap property opportynities and we are soon becoming an alternative to Spain and their resorts.
It seems that the most spread business in our sea capital is to have a Real Estate agency.
one-day trip to Varna
"Varna and Kaliakra"
a one-day trip to Varna, with stops in "Golden Sands" ("Zlatni Piasici"), Albena, Balcik.
A must see is Kaliakra: a cape in Black Sea, an ancient harbour, wonderful scenery, with high cliffs and chapels sculptured in the rocks.