Romania & Bulgaria - Black Sea Coast (PDF Chapter)
This is the Black Sea Coast chapter from Lonely Planet’s Romania & Bulgaria guidebook.
Bulgaria’s long Black Sea coastline is the country’s summertime playground. The big, pur-pose-built resorts here have become serious rivals to those of Spain and Greece, while inde-pendent travellers will find plenty to explore away from the parasols and jet skis.
- explore the cobblestoned lanes of the lovely old former Greek harbour of Sozopol
- learn of the Black Sea coast’s rich Thracian, Greek and Roman origins in Varna's Archaeo-logical Museum
- stroll through the Summer Palace of Queen Marie, the Romanian queen's picturesque seaside cottage summer in Balchik
- restaurants & accommodation
Coverage includes: Southern Coast, Burgas, Sozopol, Primorsko, Tsarevo, Sinemorets, Central Coast, Pomorie, Nesebar, Northern Coast, Varna, Sveti Konstantin, Bal-chik.
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