My Trip to Burgas

As I told you in one of my previous posts, (here) in June I visited one of my best friends in Burgas! We had long walks, long talks, a relaxing time on the beach, good food and a lot of fun! Here are the photographs I took with some information about the city.

Burgas is the fourth-largest city in Bulgaria and an important industrial, transport, cultural and tourist center. The Sea Garden of Burgas is located along the city’s coast on the Black Sea and it is an important tourist attraction and a national monument of landscape architecture on the Balkans. The first trees in the park are planted by the soldiers in 1889. In 1910 the architect Georgi Duhtev was hired by the Municipality of Burgas to start the construction of the Sea Garden. via wikipedia.orgThe Morsko Kazino (Marine Casino) in the Sea Garden of Burgas was built in 1938.The central beachThe bridge. Photograph: BurgasCityDowntown of BurgasThe beautiful St.St. Cyril and Methodius church is the oldest church in Burgas. Its construction began in 1895 and the church opened doors in May 1907.
This is one of my favorite places! We had dinner on this terrace.  A fried potato on a stick! What a great idea! And it was delicious!
I enjoyed Mado so much! It is a Turkish Restaurant and Cafe, which main product actually is ice cream made from goat milk. Apartment block, designed by Sofia based I/O architects.
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6 responses

  1. Wonderful post! It shows Burgas in such a beautiful way! And its no doubt The best Bulgarian city to live in :))) ❤


    02/09/2012 at 12:41 PMSep

  2. A fried potato on a stick sounds very yummy tome. Thank you for the beautiful photographic tour!


    02/09/2012 at 12:41 PMSep

    • Oh, yes! It was so delicious!! 😉


      03/09/2012 at 12:41 AMSep

  3. There are some Beautiful Shots in there Nadia…

    Thank you so much for Sharing



    11/09/2012 at 12:41 PMSep

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