Another interesting thing we came across while looking for the Roman baths besides the roman chariot was this interestingly painted house, which actually is the facade of a restaurant. It is on the street that leads straight to the Train station if coming from the city center.
I don’t know why it’s called alley 1 but I know is a wonderful place for walking. It’s long and there are many restaurants and clubs situated there. In day time it’s better in its north end where you can enjoy the sea view while during the night you have to pass through all the bars and restaurants where is the nightlife in Varna during the summer.
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sometimes getting lost while trying to find out for example the Roman Baths leads to coming across interesting findings, such as this roman chariot parked in front of someone's house.
GoldenSand, a tourist zone 19 Km away from Varna, is the best place to walk and enjoy 24 hours a day