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Burgas (also Bourgas) is a city on the Black Sea coast of Bulgaria.
Buses and trains from different destinations in Bulgaria arrive several times per day.
Burgas airport (BOJ) is located in Sarafovo district and it accepts numerous flights from all over Europe, especially in summer.
International WizzAir offers flights to London Luton, S7 to Moscow, Bulgaria Air and Bulgarian Air Charter to Tel Aviv .
Seasonal: In addition during the summer season from May until September charter companies offer flights from UK, Ireland, Czech Republic, Germany, Switzerland, Sweden, Norway, etc. to Burgas. Check the Burgas airport website to receive actual information on departing/arriving airlines operating this season.
Regular international train lines travel from Burgas to:
Prague, Bratislava, Budapest, Kraków
The central train station is in the very heart of the city and next its building is bus station South which is the main point to all small summer resorts and villages in the area like Sozopol or Sunny Beach.
There are very convenient buses from every city in the country to Burgas. Most of the buses coming to the city have a few stops before reaching the Central bus station - South. There are also many buses coming from Turkey and Greece.
Domestic bus lines: Every operating company has their own reservation system. Some of the companies that run bus lines to the city are Enturtrans, unnion Ivkoni, Kaleya.
International: Eurolines runs regular international bus lines to/from Burgas.
The Port of Burgas operates mainly industrial ships. Bulgaria Hydrofoil LTD operates the official fast ferry service between Varna, Nessebar & Sozopol.
Bourgas has well developed public busing system. Buses travel also to all resorts and cities along the coastline. Hitchhiking is also a very popular and successful means of transportation in the region.
Public transport runs regularly from 5 am to 11 pm. There are both buses and trolleys. Tickets are sold in the bus by special collectors and you should pay to them.
What to see
The city of Burgas developed after the beginning of the 20th century and most of the buildings in the city centre date from this time. The city Gallery of Fine Arts is hosted by a secession style synagogue.
Ethnographic Museum, 69 Slavianska Str., includes various ethno exhibitions in its program, offers summer school of Arts, Crafts and Dances
Archaeological Museum, 21 Bogorodi Str., variety of exhibitions, ancient Roman, Byzantine and Greek antiques
Historical Museum, 31 Lermontov Str., tells both local and national history, various guest exhibitions from other museums and countries.
Nature and Science Museum, 30 Fotinov Str., covers flora, fauna, subjects of medicine, physics, various thematic exhibitions
There are many galleries as well, some of them are Bogoridi, Briz - Boiadzhiev, and Petko Zadgorski Art Gallery.
The Flora is international exhibition for flowers held annually since 1985. It takes place in pavilions in the Sea Garden (Morksa gradina) near the North Beach. Its motto is Nature-Human-Harmony and visitors are welcome to enjoy the picturesque atmosphere among the flowers and also buy rare or uncommon plants.
Poda is protected area part of huge wetland area, vitally important as a resting station for many birds using the East European migration route known as the Via Ponticum.
Three lakes surround Burgas:
Vaya lake – the largest natural lake in Bulgaria. It is located to the west of Burgas. The water is 4-11% salty.
Atanasovsko lake – It is located to the North of Burgas. The water is 20-27,5% salty and this makes it very favorable for salt-production. Its northern side is connected to the Black Sea. The Burgas – Nesebar – Varna road passes through the lake.
Mandrensko lake – It is located to the South of Burgas. Today it is not a salty lake. Four rivers get into the lake. Via Pontica – one of the largest bird migration ‘highways’ passes over the lake.
What to do
Jan Boeykens. Site with a few pictures taken in Burgas.
Water and Sand Sports and Activities
In summer you can go surfing and kite-surfing in the bay. There are a few surf and sea sports schools, which you can find on the North Beach. You can also book diving.
St. Anastasia island is visible from any point from the Burgas beach. Boats to St. Anastasia island leave from the Bridge. Offered in July and August.
Bourgas Sand Fest is festival of the sand sculptures held from the beginning of July until the end of August. The sand covers more than 4 ha. in the northern part of the Sea Garden (near the Park Hotel) artists from all over the world (Indonesia, Belgium, Netherlands, Ireland, Italy, Ukraine, Russia and of course Bulgaria) create stunning sand sculptures. Entrance is free. Everyone is welcome to take pictures.
Burgas Yachting Week takes place at the end of April near the Port and the Most (The Bridge) on the beach. Participants are usually 20-30 yachts from Greece, Turkey, Ukraine, Romania, Bulgaria.