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Varna Tour including Cape Kaliakra and Botanical Gardens of Balchik
"Meet your guide for a unique walk direction the cape natural and archaeological reserve. In the way you will see wild steppes and unique coastal cliffs. This is a beautiful walk through the ruins and along the wild white rocks under the fresh wind that moves small waves in the Black Sea.There are popul a place revered by both Muslims and Christians. A unique monument with 7 rectangular shapes."""Explore the picturesque Varna area with cape Kaliakra and the wonderful botanical gardens in Balchik. A day to remember!title=Highlights&1=Private+day+trip+from+Varna+to+Cape+Kaliakra+and+Balchik&2=Explore+the+ruggedly+beautiful+Cape+Kalakria+to+see+its+cliffs+and+ancient+ruined+fortress&3=Stop+at+a+snail+farm+and+enjoy+an+included+lunch+in+the+farm+restaurant&4=Visit+the+""
From EUR124.00
 
Varna Walking and Wine Tasting Tour: Cultural Treasures
"Your half-day Varna walking and wine tasting tour and adventure starts after meeting up with a friendly professional guide and starting off for the archaeological museum in Varna. More than 4000 years old this museum changed historians’ idea of how civilization developed. It is one of the oldest collections of gold objects in the world and houses thousands of necklaces bracelets and other ornaments. Take time to explore the collection and marvel at the ornate pieces on display. After the museum continue on to the famous cathedral of the Assumption one of the most iconic buildings in the city of Varna. Then enjoy a guided tour of the Roman Baths
From EUR57.00
 
One-day Cultural Heritage and Sightseeing Tour in the Vicinity of Varna
"You will be picked up from your accommodation or hotel in Varna at approximately 9am.Your first stop will be the Aladzha Rock Monastery situated in a beautiful area 14 km north of Varna near Zlatni Pyasatsi Resort (Golden Sands Resort) in the center of Zlatni Pyasatsi Nature Park (Golden Sands Nature Park). There are no reliable historical records as to when the monastery was established but there is evidence that it already existed in the 10th – 12th centuries.Your next stop will be the park-museum “Vladislav Varnenchik” a memorial complex and a unique park situated at the place of the battlefield from 10/11/1444
From EUR100.00

More Things to Do in Kamen Bryag

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swimming with the dolphins

my best memories involve the dolphins here...they'd go south very early in the morning and then come back in the late afternoon. i love watching them play and how the big dolphins take care of the...
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just hanging out

the water here is may be the cleanest i knew in bulgaria..it's further north, farway from big ports and cities and tourists.i don't like sandy beaches...i find rocks more interesting...with shades and...
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"chimney" in the cave church

you must be asking what's in the photo? hehehe..that's the weirdest "chimney" i've seen -it's just a hole that goes all the way up thru the rocks. you know, these were cave peope so they had fires. i...
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Cave-church "St.St. Constantine and Elena"

What the sign says : "The cave-church has three compartments, the last of which is provided with an air-hole. A great number of crosses and proto-Bulgarian rhunic symbols are cut in the cave walls....
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Yailata

There are some ancient ruines, caves, ancient winepress. You need a guide, otherwise you won't be able to see most of the things. I was lucky to have my brother with me, who's archaeologist and a very...
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the rutial steps

the steps face east and someone said they're used for religious rituals...i don't know how true is that, but it sounds intriguing.
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the ruins

The ruins are from the Early Byzantine Period (3-5th century).It is so cool...the ruins and the whimsically-shaped rocks around and the sea beneath blend into something unique.
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people lived here in this cave?

The first inhabitants lived herearound the V-th millenium B.C. Later on (in the late Middle Ages) some monks were using it to hide.
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The tombs

these tombs (what i remember from that summer) date from around 6-7 B.C. and are made and used first by thracians and later (3-5 A.C) the're reused by the sarmatians
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