National Naval Museum
The National Naval Museum hosts several galleries of model ships and uniforms. Anchors, artillery and helicopters can be seen rusting...
Further into the park is the Aquarium . Housed in a powder-blue Art Deco building, it’s an old-fashioned place with tanks filled with...
Established in 1878, this large and attractive green space overlooking the sea stretches for about 8km, and is said to be the largest of...
Exit specialises in Bulgarian folk-pop; it's one of the many summertime clubs along Kraybrezhna aleya.
Set in the courtyard of a little church, this is a classy place for roast lamb, grilled pork and other meaty offerings. It also has an...
Steps from Primorski Park lead down to the city’s long, sandy beach, which is hugely popular with local sunbathers, paddlers and beach-volleyball players. There are also a couple of tiny, outdoor, steaming mineral-water pools .
Running alongside the beach is the long coastal lane, officially known as aleya Georgi Georgiev but more commonly referred to either as Plazhna aleya or Kraybrezhna aleya , which is the name we’ve used here. In summer, it’s the centre of Varna’s nightlife, lined with clubs, bars and restaurants.