Nessebar is divided into "old" historical city listed as a world heritage site by UNESCO and "new" city. The old town is located on a Peninsula, the new-on the mainland.

The old town is easily accessible by bus. The final stop is just on the square in front of the main entrance. From St.Vlas there is a bus №8 (earlier in 2014 and went No. 5). The schedule is easy to remember – the bus leaves at 00 and 30 minutes past each hour from Elenite (Nesebar in the direction) and also moving away from Nessebar.
Travel time-about 30 minutes. The cost is 2.20.

From Sunny beach can be reached by bus number 1 – runs every 15 minutes. the fare is 1 Lev.

From Burgas - No. 10 and No. 11 run every 40 minutes, fare is 6 Leva.

Old Nessebar

Nessebar is an ancient city, known since the times of Ancient Greece. Accordingly, the city built Orthodox churches, which during the Turkish yoke turned into mosques, and only after the liberation of Bulgaria, by the way, with the help of the Russian army (see the film "Turkish gambit") temples began to gradually recover.

By the way, under the Turkish yoke Bulgaria was for 5 centuries until 1878, when as a result of the bloody war it was not liberated by Russian troops. Gratitude of the Bulgarian people was so strong that even during the second world war, when Bulgaria was forced to move to the line of Hitler's Germany, the Bulgarian Tsar set a condition that Bulgaria will not fight against Russia and the USSR.

Today in the old town there is one functioning Orthodox Church. The bench in it – not the influence of Catholicism, a legacy of socialist times, when the Church came only elderly people who were hard to stand for long periods.

The architecture of Nessebar is very peculiar – a two-storey house, the first floor of which is stone, and the second - wooden. Even modern buildings are stylized antique.

The city has preserved several historical ruins. Handmade lace can be bought for those who like Souvenirs.

Where to eat in Nessebar

In Nessebar, as a tourist center, many restaurants. They are located in parts facing the sea – both to the right and to the left of the main entrance.

Cook delicious, that's just fish cook almost nowhere else can, although the menu is a lot of fish dishes.

There are wine shops in Nessebar, including wine tasting rooms.

For children

For children-in the old town there is a field for electric cars.

And in the new city, near the Peninsula is a mini-water Park. "Mini" it is called because its water attractions are designed only for children.

In order to get around the whole city just 2-3 hours. From Nessebar you can take a boat trip to the nearest Sunny beach, or take a ride on a mini-train along the highway.

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