Varna is the third largest city in Bulgaria, a resort on the Black Sea coast. The tourist boom of the twentieth century transformed Varna into one of the favorite holiday destinations for Bulgarian and foreign tourists. Varna has a huge range of cultural attractions, historical buildings, museums and art galleries, including the Royal Palace in Balchik, the monastery of Aladzha. An important landmark of the city is the amazing botanical garden belonging to the University of Sofia. 
The Black Sea coast offers a chain of wonderful beaches with small coves and quiet fishing villages. 
The resorts are located in the suburbs of Varna: from the south - St. Constantine and Elena, in the north - Riviera. These are classic Black Sea resorts with picturesque parks, small beaches in bays and thermal springs. Varna has an image of respectability and is most suitable for tourists of middle age.

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