Tourism news about Varna, Bulgaria

First of its kind Mobility Center started work in Bulgaria’s Black Sea city of Varna under an EU project. It was officially opened on May 16, 2012, in the presence of H.E. Tove Skarstein – Ambassador of the Kingdom of Norway in Bulgaria, the City Mayor Kiril Yordanov, mayors from the region, diplomats and the [...]

Statues of famous people, removed from their pedestals, will become the newest attraction for divers near Bulgaria’s Black Sea capital Varna. The idea can be realized this summer by submerging a few busts, including those of Lenin and Georgi Dimitrov, Orlin Tsanev, from the Association of “Black Sea Dive Odessos” told Darik radio. One year [...]

Some 50 small-engine private aircrafts Cirrus with around 100 passengers on board will land at Varna airport on May 25, announced the Press office of the Airport. The planes are owed by members of the Cirrus Owners and Pilots Association (COPA). They will be visiting our country for various trainings and tourism. The aircraft come [...]

Hungarian low-fare airline Wizz Air has announced it would add direct flights between Budapest and Bulgaria’s Black Sea city of Varna to its summer timetable. Direct flights between Budapest and Palma de Mallorca and Milan will be also added. Wizz Air will fly to the destinations out of Budapest from June 18, said chief executive [...]

Bulgaria’s Transport Minister Ivaylo Moskovski and representatives of concessionaire Fraport Twin Star Airport Management officially opened the rehabilitated runway of Bulgaria’s Varna airport. “The concession of the Burgas and Varna airports is a good example of public-private partnership,” Moskovski said at the ceremony. “We managed to attract EU financing for the railroad infrastructure, but when [...]

Bulgaria’s Black Sea capital Varna has been ranked 5th among the cities with the most beautiful women in the world by online travel directory and magazine Travelers Digest. The first place is held by Kiev, the Ukraine, followed by Stockholm, Sweden, New York, US, and Buenos Aires, Argentina. According to Travelers Digets, “Bulgaria isn’t the [...]

Why go there?’ was the usual reaction when we revealed we were off to the Black Sea for a June break. It was usually followed by something along the lines of: ‘The Mediterranean’s nearer and better, Bulgaria’s coast is spoilt and overcrowded.’ We stayed at Saints Constantine and Helena, next to Varna, which is actually [...]

In order to support prestigious title of the “European cultural capital” of the two Bulgarian cities Sofia and Varna in early spring a propaganda train will be launched from the capital of Bulgaria. It has already been called the “Art train”, because it will carry representatives of different art directions. Painters, sculptors, musicians, poets and [...]

Flights from Bulgaria’s Black Sea airports of Varna and Burgas to the Russian capital Moscow are increasing next summer season. The agreement was sealed by the Transport Ministries of the two countries. Since the spring of 2010, there have been seven flights a week on the Varna-Moscow line, which were increased to 14 in the [...]

Maja, a two-year old Polish girl from the city of Lublin, received a special welcome to  Varna, as she became Varna airport’s one millionth passenger for 2011. The lucky girl, who is in Bulgaria for the first time, was welcomed by the airport’s director Dimitar Kostadinov and deputy director Plamen Hristov, who gave her a [...]


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